Policing While Black: An HBCU’s Effort To Diversify The Force

Endre Jefferson and Tiaja Fairlee are part of the inaugural class of the first police academy at a historically Black college. A program that aims to increase minority footprint in law enforcement and concentrates on community policing.
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22 thoughts on “Policing While Black: An HBCU’s Effort To Diversify The Force

  1. How can you be a police officer with blonde tip dreads you can’t do that in the military no matter your color. Lowering the standards. Plus give the number on how many black people quit the job this past year because of these stupid riots “protests”

  2. Slave patrols is not where police officer came from that’s a lie that’s bounty hunting which is not a criminal justice career never have been. So that Dog the bounty hunter y’all love so much his career came from slave patrol not police.

  3. Shout out to them both. The sista is chilling in Webster Groves making good money. St Louis County pay is always more than St Louis City pay. Less crime in Webster Groves. The brotha in Caruthersville on the other hand. Well don't let the smooth taste fool ya.

  4. I love this story, another HBCU making a difference, progressing in the right humanitarian direction. May all these HBCU schools develop a program like this to get more people of color patrolling the streets. Fantastic idea.

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