‘Gangs’ Category

 

4.20.19 Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) will join Joe in the 7 am hour

Joining Joe this week is Retired Lt Raymound Foster of the LAPD.

Lt Foster will be talking about gangs and the process of flooding our country with Gang Members.

We’ll sure to ask him about MS-13 and the methods and missions and mentality of gangs.
fosterSome of the Lieutenant’s background:
Lt Foster

Doctoral Student, Touro University International – ABD, Winter 2006
MPA, Public Financial Management — California State University, Fullerton
4.0 GPA (Member Phi Kappa Phi) – 2003
BA, Criminal Justice — The Union Institute — 1999

National Institute for Justice, Technology Institute, Washington, DC
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Incident Command System
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Terrorism for First Responders
General police, law enforcement and criminal justice practices, policies and procedures. In both government and the private sector, organizational development focusing on leadership and change management. Lieutenant Foster’s most recent project involved assisting the Government of Jamaica in developing a three year, nation-wide anti-gang strategy. He is currently on assignment in the Federation of Nevis and St. Kitts, assisting them with the refining of their national security training curriculum.

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