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A.J. WHITE, SR.
Mr. White writes his compelling story of his
experiences with more than thirty years of
combined Law Enforcement Experience, U.S. Army, City Government and Higher Education as a Qualified Master Instructor (Train the Trainer) Certification, and State of Georgia Executive Law Enforcement with Private Detective and Security Instructor Certification.
Mr. White is considered a subject matter expert in Leadership and Organization Development and Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention. He holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) with a Concentration in Criminal Justice from Columbus State. University Columbus, Georgia and a Master’s Thesis: Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention and a Bachelor
of Science in General Studies (BS) Liberty from
University Lynchburg, Virginia .
Mr. White completed the U.S. Army Basic Instructor Training Course in 1978, and the U.S. Army Countering Terrorism Course in 1983, and was certified as U.S. Army Master Instructor Certification (Train the Trainer) course in 1989. He went on to complete the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Instructor Course in 1997. He is a Graduate of Georgia Association Chiefs of Police Command College, CSA in 1999. After his completion of the GACP Executive Certification Course
in 1999, he facilitated classes for State Federal and City Law Enforcement officials, providing Training for GACP and served as Facilitator during Noble Annual Conference (Georgia Chapter) and was selected as Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2001. He is certified as an Executive Law Enforcement Instructor
for the State of Georgia.
He was the Founder of the HBCU Law Enforcement Executive Administrators in 1999, and was also selected as Who’s Who (Strathmore) in Law Enforcement in 1997. He served as Director of Public Safety/Adjunct Instructor at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) from 1998-2002. He was selected as First Minority Police Chief for the city of Washington, GA from 1996-1998. He served as Senior Enlisted Law Enforcement Advisor to the Battalion Commander Fort Stewart, Georgia from 1995-1996.
He performed as the Battalion Command Sergeant Major (CSM) 709th Military Police Battalion from 1993-1995 in Frankfurt, Germany and 787th Military Police Battalion in 1991-1993. He also served as the Assistant Commandant of the U.S Army Military Police (NCO) Academy in 1991. Mr. White was selected as Assistant Commandant/Chief Instructor of Fort McClellan Drill SGT School from
1989-1990. He also served as Senior Drill Sergeant Instructor Co B, 795th Military Police Company 1981-1983.
Musings of a Southern Officer is a compelling novel of the memoirs of A.J. White's journey through his esteemed military career. It's
sincere, honest and factual storytelling of how he faced insurmountable challenges to becoming the 1st Black Police Chief in Washington, GA
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