- Donuts with Dad: A Day with Dad & Me
- What to Do When Stopped by the Police?
- Race Relations in America in Black & White
- Charter Schools vs. Traditional Public Schools
- Gangs: Everything You Need to Know
- Lionel Tate: A 12 Year Old Sentenced to Life in Fl
- Police Brutality: A Strategy to Stop the Violence
- The Role of the Police in the Community
- Community Policing: Community-Police Relationships
Sgt. De Lacy D. Davis, retired, provides a powerful program for parents, teachers, administrators and concerned citizens, who work with children and young adults.
Woven through out each program are violence reduction strategies from teaching dads how to meet and greet other men to making a commitment to reduce violence, stop the violence and refrain from domestic violence which adversely impacts children and their families.
Davis teaches your audiences concepts that have developed, like viogasm, seeking pleasure from violence; prolonged adolescent syndrome (PAS), adults who never grow up; and psycho-media perpetrator disorder, which is monkey see, monkey do–children who emulate the behavior and images that they see in the media and at home.
He stresses the importance of elevating the value of men in a communal setting.
Issues, concerns and topics, which are specific to parenting in general but men in particular.
A discussion around educational strategies like parent involvement.
“I have learned so much from Sgt. Davis. He has given me permission to cry because I know that he understands my pain.”
He provids simple, short and sweet strategies that are attainable is the crux of the program, which Davis describes as “leadership” strategies.
Gangs, Race relationships, school administration
Community – Police Relationships, Police Brutality
Police Academy, Firearms Instructor
Cops and Docs Program Sgt. De Lacy Davis works with schools’ youth the legal / medical impact of youth violence
“Stand & Deliver” communication training
Junior Police Training Program
Provided media analysis of the shooting death for major networks nationwide
Analysis on policing in the Black community, “Policing The Black Community”
Police chase & police use of force
M.P.A. Masters of Public Administration, Urban Education Leadership, (CE),
M.A.S. Masters of Administrative Science. Administrative Science Certification.
Masters of Public Administration
Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society, 4.0 GPA
Faculty Award for Academic Excellence – for maintaining a 4.0 GPA
Several Congressional Awards & State Assembly Awards
Member of the Transition Team for the Department of Corrections
Congressional Black Caucus’ Committee Hearings on police brutality.
Black Cops Against Police Brutality
Davis has received 12 Police Department Commendations and an “Expert Firearms” award.
He has appeared on Here & Now, MTV, Nightline, Ricki Lake, New Jersey Network’s “Another View,” Scarborough Country,” News Talk,
C-Span, Oprah, Maury, Like It Is with Gil Noble, NBC’s “Positively Black,” Black Entertain Television’s Teen Summit, Tonight With Tavis Smiley, Teen Court TV, Court TV, Fox Files, MSNBC, Hard Ball, Due Process, Good Day New York, The Black Experience and CBS Morning Show. He writes a news column “Breaking the Blue…Code of Silence.” Davis is a popular guest on talk radio nationwide.
He’s appeared in Index Magazine, the Source Magazine, Vibe Magazine and Time Magazine
“The Vanishing Black Male,” appears in the Omar Broadway film, “Inside of Prison,” Davis appears in the “The Art of Protest” a film that merges spoken word with social justice.
Books by De Lacy D. Davis, Police Sergeant – retired
- Black Cops Against Police Brutality: A Crisis Action Plan
- Daddy’s Educational Crisis Action Plan: A Day with Dad & Me