Jesus E. Campa
Consultant, Project Manager, and Writer in the United States
“Jesus Campa” is a retired law enforcement professional with over 23 years of experience. “Jesus Campa” has served as a Detention Officer, Sheriff’s Deputy, School Resource Officer, DARE Officer, Commander, Chief Deputy, School Police Chief, Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator and as a Chief of Police. He is currently serving as an Adjunct College Professor.
“Jesus Eddie Campa” is the creator of the No Colors No Labels Initiative that was designed to address the misconceptions and preconceived notions that the police are racially motivated. Jesus Campa holds a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of many prestigious police leadership courses. “Jesus Campa” is a currently perusing a Ph.D. and is currently under contract to author several books, with the first one scheduled to hit stores October 15, 2018.
“Campa” continues to serve on numerous boards and committees, as well as developing many new educational programs and concepts that allow for the progress of Procedural Justice to be introduced into the criminal justice field. “Jesus Campa” has created programs such as Sheriffs Town and the Anti Bullying Coalition. “Jesus Campa” has received many awards to include being namedOptimist International Law Enforcement Officer of the Year and the recipient of the very prestigious National Sheriffs’ Association Medal of Merit.
1. Founder and Creator of the No Colors No Labels Initiative: to address the misconceptions that communities have that the police are racially motivated.
2. Cool Cops Ice Cream: Visionary of the concept that Cops can be cool. A program designed to build relationships with the police by building trust and respect towards the police with Ice Cream.
3. Habitat for Humanity of Marshall– Board Member
4. South Marshall STEM Site Based Decision Making Committee
5. Marshall ISD Strategic Planning City Admin Focus Group Member
6. Founded and Created the El Paso County Anti Bullying Collation
7. Founded and created the Sheriff’s Town Bike Safety Program