Chief Alan C. Youngs retired after 33 years with the Lakewood Colorado Police Department, a suburb of Denver. He held command positions within every division of the department. He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy, 166th Session. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a master’s degree in Public Administration and a Law degree.
Mr. Youngs has been a consultant for Dyn-Corp International. He conducted audits, inspections and due diligence in Israel, Jordan and Palestine. His assignment included recommendations regarding the security and base operations for the Jordan International Police Training Center (JIPTC), located in Muwaqqar, Jordan. JIPTC trained the national police forces of Iraq, Jordan and Palestine.
Mr. Youngs has helped conduct management audits of 65 law enforcement agencies in the United States, the Middle East, the Caribbean, South and Central America as a consultant. He was a contract employee at Fort Leavenworth, where he was an instructor, facilitator and role player involved in the democratic police training of Human Terrain Teams, which were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Chief Youngs is a practicing attorney, defending police officers, municipalities and counties, and is a law enforcement expert witness in police policies, procedures, use of force, training and police academies.
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