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July 3, 2022

Tim Alexander pt1 ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿฝ From Racially Profiled to Policing


In this NJ legal podcast series,๐Ÿšจ Meg is joined by Retired Detective Captain and NJ 2nd Congressional District Candidate Tim Alexander. ๐ŸŽง
Tim shares how he was racially profiled and shot at by cops, then he became one. ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿฝ


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Tim Alexander

Civil Rights Attorney & Ret. Detective Captain

Tim Alexander had a long and distinguished career in law enforcement for the Atlantic County Prosecutorโ€™s Office as a Detective Captain in charge of the Criminal Investigation Section. After retiring from the prosecutors office, Tim earned his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law and began working for the Philadelphia District Attorney, ultimately as a Major Trials Prosecutor. Later, Tim joined the Civil Rights Unit for the Philadelphia Solicitor's Office. Eventually, Tim went into private practice handling civil litigation and currently is "Of Counsel" for Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. Tim continues to provide legal service in many aspects of law but concentrates his practice on Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination. Tim was motivated to a lifelong career to bring change to the way law enforcement agencies interacted with the communities after being racially profiled by the police wherein he was shot at, assaulted, and falsely arrested because of misidentification.