Embassy Consulting Services


At Embassy Consulting Services, we are committed to developing and maintaining safe and respectful communities and organizations. Embassy fulfills this mission by offering workplace investigations and a variety of customized training programs that provide participants the opportunity to strengthen relationships and skills with the goal to improve the quality of their workplace or school environment.

For information on how to begin this journey, please contact us.


Josef Levy, President of Embassy Consulting Services, LLC, has 30 years of law enforcement experience and training. While steadily advancing through the ranks with the Long Beach Police Department, Josef has held assignments in Patrol, Gangs, Narcotics, Internal Affairs, Hostage Negotiations and Media Relations where he served as LBPD’s spokesperson. In October 2012, he retired as a Police Commander with the Long Beach Police Department. Josef designed and delivered the police department’s comprehensive Cultural Diversity Course and played a vital role in developing an inclusive police force.

Josef has close to three decades of experience designing and delivering a variety of quality training programs. He has conducted workshops for thousands of law enforcement and education professionals throughout the country.

Josef has taught on the State, Federal and International level, training delegates from France, Germany, Israel and Russia. He has received several distinguished awards and has been recognized at the Congressional level.

Josef is dedicated to improving human relations and creating safe communities. He has been credited with dismantling stereotypes in some of the toughest neighborhoods.

Josef is a cancer survivor and proudly serves as the President and Co-Founder of the National Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation.


Experts agree that diversity training and strategies that focus on respect, cooperation, collaboration and inclusion have a positive impact in both schools and organizations. Embassy Consulting Services has a proven track record in designing and delivering quality, award-winning human relations and diversity training programs that are facilitated by experienced professional trainers.

If your school, police department, organization or business is interested in having a culture that is healthy, respectful, safe and inclusive, then Embassy Consulting Services is THE ANSWER.


Embassy Consulting Services Begins Training the Los Angeles World Airport Police

Embassy is honored to have received a contract to begin Human Relations Training for the employees of the Los Angeles World Airport Police Department (LAWA) The LAWA Police Department leads the nation’s largest aviation law enforcement agency with more than 1,100 sworn and civilian employees who work at Los Angeles International (LAX), Van Nuys (VNY). …

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California Police Chief’s Working to Address Homelessness and the Mentally Ill

The California Police Chief’s Association established a working group to address homelessness and interacting with the mentally ill. Here is a portion of the report which highlights the importance of training for law enforcement in how to interact effectively with the mentally ill. Embassy Consulting Services is listed in the report as a resource to …

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Embassy Consulting Services, LLC was “tapped” by the Long Beach Police Department to Design and Deliver a Comprehensive Procedural Justice Training Course

The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) recently received a two-year, $600,000 grant from the California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC), which will focus on strengthening the department’s relationship with the community and developing new practices for dealing with the city’s outcasts, city officials announced today.

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Embassy Consultant, Dr. Heather Williams, Created the First Peer Support Team for OCSD

Dr. Heather Williams, a consultant with Embassy Consulting Services is featured in this article that was originally written by Lori Basheda and posted to BehindTheBadge.com It’s a little discussed number: More cops commit suicide than are killed by gunfire and traffic accidents combined.

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UCLA Shooting Shows Why Nightlock is Needed

The doors open outward and we can’t lock them so we are barricading things in front of the door #Ucla #activeshooter pic.twitter.com/KwA3VjqVHh — Jason Schechter (@Jasonschechter) June 1, 2016 Two people were killed in a murder-suicide on the UCLA campus, today, June 1, 2016, prompting a campus-wide lockdown and forcing hundreds of terrified students to …

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Embassy Partners with Michael Josephson and the Josephson Institute to Train the Fresno PD

It should come as no surprise that many officers and civilians working for the Fresno Police Department have low morale – a fact documented by an in-depth report conducted by a Southern California-base institute at the request of Police Chief Jerry Dyer.

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