Author & Law Enforcement Expert
Matthew Horace is a twenty-eight-year veteran of federal, state, and local law enforcement, ascending to the Senior Executive Service (SES) rank in the United States Department of Justice managing local, regional, national, and international investigations. During his law enforcement career, he worked in every state in the United States and a many foreign countries. He has also served as a paid on-air subject matter expert on law enforcement with CNN, NBC, CBS and ABC and wrote for The Wall Street Journal Crisis of the Week Column.
A well - known and energetic professional speaker, Matthew Horace is an adjunct professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Leadership and Organizational Development and Crisis Communication.
Horace has published two books, The CALL, Inspiring Stories For Young Men about Character, Accountability, Love And Leadership; and The Black And The Blue, A COP Reveals The Crimes Racism and Injustice In Americas Law Enforcement.
A standout athlete at Delaware State University he was afforded a tryout with the New York Giants, earned a BA in English from Delaware State University, and an MA in Human Resources Leadership And Management from Seton Hall University. As a matriculating student at Delaware State University, Horace was attacked by a Philadelphia Police K-9 unit, which he addresses in The Black And The Blue.
Horace continues to be a stalwart community leader and holds leadership positions in a number of national community based organizations, The One Hundred Black Men Of America, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, The National Organization Of Black Law Enforcement Executives, The International Association of Chiefs of Police, The National Association of Black Journalists and both the Delaware State University and Seton Hall University Alumni Associations.
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