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About Our TeamWe are the National CSI consulting and training specialist. We are a National and International consulting firm addressing timely issues. We specialize in Cultural Diversity, Violent Street Gangs, Domestic Terrorist, Youth Violence, Weapons on Campus, Bullying, Youth and community motivation.  We are often requested to address: community concerns. Our Clients are: Law Enforcement, Educators, Parole, Probation, Corrections, Community Organizations, Social Service Groups, Senior Citizens, Business Community, Concerned Youth, Faith-Based Organizations
 

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        CONSULTING SOLUTION INC.

        Counter Street Gang Intelligence

                          

It is a pleasure to present to some and introduce to others

our National Founder and

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823 West Park Ave. Suite 161 Cobblestone Village, Ocean Twp.  New Jersey 07712

(732) Office 889-6670  (732) 922-4525 Cell   (732) 922-4514 Fax  

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Chief Founding (Executive) Officer

L. Louis Jordan

If you are looking for a motivational speaker or a keynote speaker who will hold your audience spellbound while sharing with them solid strategies to help them address the real issues of the community and reach their professional and personal goals, your search is over.

He is a recognized nationally and internationally acclaimed public speaker and consultant,  Known as the Master Consultant, L. Louis Jordan has traveled nationally and internationally addressing gangs, diversity, school violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, faith, youth and community motivation and violence in the workplace.   His expertise in these areas makes him one of the countries most sort after speakers in the nation. His expertise's placed him on the world stage in 1982.

He is an up in your face, no nonsense, accountability, motivational speaker who brings out the truth regardless of who you are.

He is considered by his peers in law enforcement as a professional trainer and the Maestro of gang violence consulting and diversity training. He is a must hear speaker of timely issues.

He is Nationally and more importantly, Internationally recognized and is considered one of the country's most sought after speakers,  trainers and a master facilitator in the field. He has had active contacts with active and ex male and female gang members.

He has walked some of the most dangerous streets in this country "At Night" dealing directly with male and female gang members.

As a (PH) free and accepted Mason he is recognized as an expert my many federal, state, county and local organizations as a Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker & Gang Coach for youth and young adult gang members. He services and debrief both active and non active gangs members as well as kids and adults in crisis.

Again the difference is:

  • Practical
  • Dynamic
  • Serious
  • Interactive
  • Motivating
  • No none-sense

Topics:

  • Children Overcome the fear of failure,

  • Get rid of bad habits,

  •  Improve personal relationships,

  •  Community and self Motivation,

  •  Inspiration, Customer Service,

  • Creating Wealth,

  •  Team Building,

  • Addressing Stop Police Corruption

  • Bias Base Policing

  • Racial Profiling

  • Diversity,

  • Gang Prevention, Intervention, Suppression,

  • Inspiration, 

  • Playing Nice in the Sandbox

  • Making Children Top Priority

  • Christian Faith Today, Does God hear me?

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Noted Topics are: Gang Prevention, Intervention and proper Suppression, Diversity, Youth and Community Motivation, Respect, School Violence, Weapons on Campus, Bullying, Bias Hate Crimes, Police Professionalism, Community Relations, Perception Vs Reality, Assessment, Security Officers Training, Workplace Violence, Seminars, keynote speaker. 

Special Categories:
   Ľ Presentations for Youth
   Ľ Black History Month all year long

Specializing in:

  • Youth Motivation,

  • Community Mobilization,

  • Gang investigation and speaking,

  • Diversity Training,

  • Law enforcement Training,

  • Witness location and protection,

  • Conducting Interviews,

  • Suspect Interrogation,

  • Executive Protection,

  • Tracking down missing/hiding persons,

  • Expert Testimony,

  • Security Protection & Professionalism

  • Training, Keynote speaker etc.

  • Burglary and Robbery Prevention

  • True Collaboration

  • Youth Involvement

  • Countermeasures

  • Bias Crime Prevention and Intervention

  • Tracking down those who do not wish to be found,

  • School Violence prevention and intervention

Fee: $5,500 Fee Notes
Travels From: New Jersey

                         Book: THE AMERICAN FOCUS ON GANGS - Series Volume #1

 
5.0 out of 5 stars GANGS 101 and a Whole Lot More!, October 7, 2000
By  Philip Kaplan (Chicago,Illinois) - See all my reviews
Make no mistake about the title, The American Focus on Gangs makes a statement in the investigative research and the criminal investigation arenas that more than meets the eye. It should be termed "The Bible" on gangs and violence because the author, celebrated gang "guru" Lou Jordan tells law enforcement, corrections, the educational community, parents and significant others just what works and what doesn't work when it comes to the topic of gangs, a topic he is well aware of. This book offers the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How about Gangs and what to do with them and about them. It offers a truly unique approach from the standpoints of Awareness, Training, Intervention, Prosecution, Prevention and Eradication.

To further drive the point that you have to know a gang when you see one and not be mistaken about what a gang is and what a gang isn't, so The American Focus on Gangs has teamed up with other gang authorities to include witb this title, the Street Gang Identification Manual, which provides an in-depth focus on signs, symbols and the 411 of gang identification.

No law enforcement, correction, self-help, security or educational agency or institution in the nation or anywhere that gangs are a problem, should be without this two-volume vital resource. It's just that important!

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When you hire the right keynote speaker, your audience leaves energized, entertained, educated and alive with possibilities. Only a motivational speaker with a gang and diversity background AND dedication to research on what the top 1% do differently can energize and inspire your people to this level.

In the gang world, few people command the respect that L. Louis Jordan does. He is an internationally sought-after public speaker who has addressed Fortune 500 companies and corporate executives in law enforcement from around the world. He has also delivered addresses at educational institutions including Harvard University, John Hopkins University, Monmouth Collage,  and the list goes on.

 

Lou is one of the few professionally trained futurists in the United States, encourages his audiences to understand the choices and opportunities that will help them build a better future. Louís optimistic and entertaining talk is continually updated.

 

Lou believe his educational philosophy is based on the idea that people and young adults learn best when they are constructors of their own knowledge. He also believes that people who are taught in ways that honor their learning styles, history, cultural, and dominant intelligences retain the native engagement with learning with which they entered school or life. A central theme of his work is that we must prepare young people for their future, not for our past.

Lou Jordan has been in Law Enforcement for twenty-five plus years and recently retired as a Police Director (highest ranking law enforcement executive of the city). Prior to that he served for fifteen (15) years with the Monmouth County Prosecutorís Office as its Chief of Bias Crimes and Street Gang Investigator. He served with the Neptune Township Police Department as a police officer from 1980 to 1987. He also served with the Waterfront Police at NWS Earl in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Upon retiring he started his on consulting firm to address timely issues such as gangs, school violence and bias hate crimes.

 Mr. Jordan has consulted nationally and internationally, He most recently return from Bermuda as an international consultant on Domestic Terrorist and Gangs for the Premier and Prime Minister of the Island addressing Homeland Security issues.

 He also served in the Military from October 1972 until October 1986 both in active and reserve status as a Military Police Sergeant and later as a Senior Drill Sergeant and Master Trainer. While in the Military, he was with the United States Army Special Forces and Support Command of the Military Police (Black Beret), where his duties included safeguarding nuclear weapons in high security areas as well as protecting and supervising high ranking dignitaries of the National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

 Mr. Jordan also worked with the U.S. Secret Service and Interpol, protecting high-ranking military personnel from around the world, as well as the Honorable President Richard M. Nixon during his European tour in 1974. Based on this assignment, Mr. Jordan received the Presidential Award.

 Upon returning to the United States and serving with the New Jersey National Guard and Reserve, Mr. Jordan was one of the few chosen to escort various State Governors, one of which being the Honorable Brendan T. Byrne of New Jersey. He also provided Executive Protection for Morris Dees Esq. President of National Klan Watch Organization. Mr. Jordan was the single person certified and approved by the King staff out of Atlanta, Georgia to be the Senior Officer in charge of the Executive Protection Team for the late Coretta Scott-King, wife of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during her tour of the Garden State in October 1998. He also provided executive protection for former Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, Andrew Young during his tour of the Garden State in May of 2000. Mr. Jordan also provided executive protection for other high profile dignitaries such as the Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jessie Jackson, teen idol and television superstar LL Cool Jay, Dr. Dre, Ed Lover, TV talk host and actress, Queen Latifah (Dana Ownes), TV and Music producer Russell Simmons, Ja-Rue, Vinnie Brown, Martin Luther King III and host of other.

             In 1982 the late and honorable Robert D. Scott, Sr. M.A., Director of the Monmouth County Police Academy, selected Jordan to assist in the training of all police recruits; this was due to his military, civilian and educational background. As a result, the Monmouth County Police Academy is famous for its military type discipline and leadership under the direction of "Drill Sergeants". Mr. Jordan being the first. He served in this position for 19 years. He also founded the Drill Sergeants program that is used in many police academy in and around the state of New Jersey today.

 He also founded the Monmouth County Police Academy Leadership and Honor Guard Academy. Jordan also played a key role in the Youth Academy for young teens wishing to become involved in law enforcement. He currently serves on numerous federal, state and county board as an elected officer or advisor.

 Prior to retirement Jordan was recognized by Monmouth County and the State of New Jersey as the principal instructor in Monmouth County on the topics of Police Professionalism, Gang Prevention, Intervention and Suppression as well as Racial Profiling, Bias Hate Crimes, School violence and countless other topics. He has served with the Monmouth County Human Relations Commission since 1988.

Mr. Jordan has be recognized by countless religious organizations and religious leaders for his religious faith as it relates to managing diversity, gang prevention and youth violence prevention through the faith based spoken word.

 Jordan recognizes that it has been through the help of God and people like his community godmother the late Coretta Scott King, wife of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Edith Savage Jennings, Rabbi Harry Levin, Mr. Clemmon O'Neal, CEO of the National Concerned Officers Organization on Gang Activities CSI; the Honorable Aaron Ford, My Harrison, Jules Shipp, Rhonda Glover, Dr. Lenworth Gunther and others that have allowed him to exhibit his expertise in the areas of street gangs, youth motivation, police community relations, school safety, cultural diversity, managing diversity, bias/hate crimes, police professionalism, gang assessment, weapons in schools, teacher safety and youth violence.

 Mr. Jordan has been recognized nationally and internationally as a dynamic speaker and presenter who experienced phenomenal success in motivating youth and educating professionals. His electrifying style of presenting had made him one of the nations most sought after speakers. Among his peers he is Known as the "Maestro of youth /community Motivation, Gang prevention and intervention and Diversity Training"; Nationally and Internationally Recognized Training Expert, Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker & Author of the book THE AMERICAN FOCUS ON GANGS, published in 1999 (http://members.aol.com/IASO/Gangs.index.html). He and his team have been working in Bermuda with the Premier since 9 August 2006 addressing the issues of gangs and youth violence on the island.

Mr. Jordan training sessions includes Mexico, Israel, the Virgin Islands, and Bermuda.  He has assisted the U.S. Department of Justice in addressing the issues of gangs, diversity, bias crime and youth and school violence. Mr. Jordan was requested to return by the Governor of the Virgin Islands to assist in conducting a gang assessment of all secondary schools. He is directly involved in several youth and community programs and a national advocate for our youth. He feels that our youth, their parents and political leaders should be held more accountable for their actions.

 Mr. Jordan has conducted countless criminal investigations. He currently monitors, investigates and gathers intelligence on over 3000 street gangs nationwide. He also monitors hate crimes and hate groups from around the country. He serves as a troubleshooter, mediator and conciliator for several federal, state, county and local agencies around the country and abroad.

He has been recognized as an expert in the field by several organizations, the National Gang Network in Boston, Massachusetts, the California Gang Investigators Association of Los Angeles, California, the Mid-West Gang Intelligence Association of Cleveland, Ohio, the Military Intelligence Association on Terrorism, the Attorney General of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, the Governor of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the Department of the Army, the United States Naval Air Warfare Center of Lakehurst, New Jersey, Naval Weapons Station Earle, of Colts Neck, New Jersey,  the New Jersey State Police, the Boys and Girls Club of American, the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI, DEA, the Federal Office of OJDDP, the National American Correctional Officers Association (ACA) of Washington DC, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the National Peace Officers Foundation of Sacramento, California, the National Youth Foundation of Washington DC, the National Children's Defense Fund of Washington DC, National Youth to Youth International, National Stand For Children Foundation of Washington, NJ, the New Jersey State Bias Crimes Officer's Association, the Monmouth County Bias and Gangs Officer's Association and the National Youth Gang Suppression and Intervention Program at the University of Chicago, Illinois. At various times Jordan has served as an officer and or consultant to many of these organizations.


 

                 

 

 


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