is a practitioner specializing in designing curriculum for police, law enforcement, instructor and professional development courses with human and interpersonal relations skills as the principal emphasis. Her development approach introduces learners to research and contemporary practices relating to 21st century policing issues. She is retired from the Pennsylvania State Police where she served in a civilian capacity for the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission. Following retirement in the capacity of independent contractor, EBevDoc completed a team project to overhaul the police academy curriculum requested by the Massachusetts Police Training Commission. An additional project effort found EBevDoc as a consulting team member contracted to look at issues concerning profiling, diversity and policy.
Dr. Young holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Adult Education Leadership from Walden University and continues research related activities to stay current as an adult education practitioner, consultant and social change agent.
Her experience repertoire includes:
• More than two decades of service as a municipal police officer and commander for the Temple University Police Department (Philadelphia, PA) to include certification under the Municipal Police Education and Training Act (Act 120) as a police officer and instructor
• Police Training Education Specialist for the Municipal Police Officers’ Education & Training Commission (MPOETC) in Harrisburg
• Administrative Officer for MPOETC
• Right-to-Know Law Liaison and Subpoena Coordinator for the Commission•
• Adjunct faculty teaching experience
• Police Academy Graduation speaker
• Mentoring, advisory board membership and public speaking