|Jane P. White,
|JANE P. WHITE
Jane P. White is the Associate Director of the National Center For Community Policing for the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. She has served internationally and nationally as an active consultant to criminal justice organizations, including innumerable police departments on reorganization as it relates to community policing. She is the former President of the Michigan Law Enforcement Training Directors Association, former Chair of the Michigan Correctional Officer's Training Council appointed by the governor, former Chair of the Training Committee of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, former President of Boys' and Girls' Club of Lansing as well as President for the Board of Directors for Highfield for Boys, and serves as a Trustee to the Capital Area Community Foundation and the Greater Lansing Foundation. She started her career as a police officer with the Lansing Police Department and then became Director of the Criminal Justice and Law Center at Lansing Community College, Mid-Michigan Police Academy, where she developed and implemented the largest law enforcement training center in the state. She is a nationally recognized developer and trainer of programs that include community policing, criminal justice leadership academy, violence issues, cultural diversity for criminal justice workers, sexual harassment issues, and management and supervisory programs. She is a graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelors degree in Political Science Pre-Law and a Masters degree in Administration of Higher Education. She has worked extensively with the Michigan Law Enforcement Training Council, Michigan Judicial Institute, School Districts, the Police Foundation, and innumerable community organizations around the nation.