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Guest: Ron L. Dowell and Isaac Asberry - Discussion on the Judicial System
Ron L. Dowell retired after 38 years with Los Angeles County, first in healthcare, and the last 18 as an exemplary professional manager in the Sheriff’s Department, where he earned two Master’s degrees from California State University Long Beach in Criminal Justice and Emergency Services Administration. He has taught undergraduate statistics for Woodbury University in Glendale, CA.
Ron is the 2011 recipient of the Medgar Edgers Award from the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice. In February 2012, Ron received the “People Making a Difference Award,” from the Romel C. Deloatch II Entrepreneurial Training Center in Compton.
An alumni of Compton College, Ron is a lifelong resident of the Watts and Compton areas of Los Angeles where has witnessed from ground zero the devastation caused by two major rebellions, both sparked by incidents involving the police. With four decades in public service Mr. Dowell has a unique perspective on what it takes to prevent riots and effectively serve urban communities. He wrote COMPTON 4 COPS: Community-based crime fighting in disadvantaged racially and ethnically diverse urban communities, to help communities make improvements in public safety service delivery. One key is to reduce fear and improve understanding between the communities and the agencies whose job it is to serve them.
Ron currently is currently volunteers with Teen Intervention Program that aims to improve life conditions for young people.
Isaac Asberry was born and raised in Compton, California. He graduated from Compton High School and immediately entered the United States Coast Guard, in 1974. Upon being honorably discharged, he began his employment with the Federal Bureau of Prison in 1978, as a correctional officer. He retired from the Bureau of Prisons as a Lieutenant in 1994. While employed with the Bureau of Prisons he received a number of awards and certification for his training with Disruptive Prison Groups, Special Investigation of Crucial Incidents and in firearms. From 1995 to 2003, Mr. Asberry worked with two different security companies, one which he established, SORT. With both companies, he transported precious metals, provided security for major public events including, the Black Entertainment Television (BET), Academy and Vibe Award shows as well as providing security for private parties and social events. In 2004, Mr. Asberry began working with homeless and troubled teens, through a number of community and church based programs in the Compton and Los Angeles areas. He continued his volunteer work with various organizations until 2007.
Isaac currently serves as the CEO/Founder of the Teen Intervention Program (TIP). The Teen Intervention Program is a non-profit organization developed in 2008, to help identify and address the problems that children in the Los Angeles County area face, that include poor social skills, inferior academic education, abuse of alcohol and other illicit substances, and gang affiliation. He has received numerous accommodation and Certificates of Recognition from the State Assembly
Office, Los Angeles County Sherriff Department, National Association of Black in Criminal Justice, and the Church Of Scientology, for his current work with TIP.
Mr. Asberry has received specialized training in the development of Human Rights, evidence-based drug prevention curriculums including the Truth about Drugs and the Way to Happiness.
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Date: Monday, January 26, 2015
Time: 7:30 PM PST
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