Brother Sergeant De Lacy Davis is a 20-year veteran officer who retired from service in East Orange, New Jersey on June 1, 2006. He graduated from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He completed his Masters of Administrative Science degree at Fairleigh Dickinson University with a 4.0 grade point average in 2002. He joined the East Orange Police Department in 1986. He has been an instructor at the Essex County Police Academy and a New Jersey State-Certified firearms instructor. He has served as the President and Vice President of the Police Benevolent Association, Local #16. He has served as the executive director of the East Orange Police Athletic League since 1999.

Davis is the author of the best selling book, Black Cops Against Police Brutality: A Crisis Action Plan. It is a how-to book that teaches citizens how to respond to police violence, abuse and misconduct.

On January 2, 2005, while visiting Ghana, West African with 26 youth from the East Orange Police Athletic League (PAL), surprisingly, Brother De Lacy Davis was enstooled (installed) as a chief in the Republic of Ghana in the Village of Anum Apapam. The Chief of the Village named Brother De Lacy in the spirit of great African warriors. He has been named Nana Kwasi Owirodu I, Nsafoahene. Simply, Brother De Lacy Davis is the holder of the key to the village. He is responsible for opening and closing the village. But, anyone who knows Brother De Lacy Davis will tell you that opening and closing the village is just the beginning.

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