Category: Community Relations

LBLN: Safe School Summit Hosted By Former LB Police Commander Joe Levy

The Long Beach Local News (LBLN) was on site to report on the first annual Safe Schools Summit. — Embassy Consulting is pleased to announce the launching of their 1st Safe Schools Summit. This day-long event brings together a diverse group of professionals that include educators, administrators, law enforcement and school safety professionals to collaborate and work together towards creating and fostering a safe and secure learning environment.

No Rest for Retired Long Beach Police Commander Josef Levy

Owners/Founders of Embassy Consulting Services, Joe and Lysa Levy.

Owners/Founders of Embassy Consulting Services, Joe and Lysa Levy.


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Learning Lessons From Ferguson

Josef Levy

“Constant dialogue between police and local citizens, between faith leaders and youth, and other similar initiatives, goes a very long way” — Josef Levy

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Temple Station Sheriff’s deputies to receive training on dealing with the mentally ill

Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators and deputies gather outside the Asian Pacific Family Center on Valley Boulevard, where an officer-involved fatal shooting in Rosemead in January 2012 resulted in the death of a mentally ill woman. The death has prompted new training on dealing with the mentally ill.

Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators and deputies gather outside the Asian Pacific Family Center on Valley Boulevard, where an officer-involved fatal shooting in Rosemead in January 2012 resulted in the death of a mentally ill woman. The death has prompted new training on dealing with the mentally ill.

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Law enforcement symposium shines spotlight on issue of interacting with the mentally ill

Law enforcement from various agencies (and concerned citizens) attend a movie and panel discussion mental health and how they are handled by law enforcement at the Buena Park Community Center. On the panel, left, is Ken White, Board Member, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Orange County.
Photo by Steven Georges/Behind the Badge OC

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