iPhone 4 – Buy and read ebook to Avoid a Traffic Ticket in Five Seconds

Contact: Shafiq R.F. Abdussabur
P.O. Box 9392
New Haven, CT 06533
(203) 675-7075

iPhone 4 – Buy and read ebook to Avoid a Traffic Ticket in Five Seconds

(Los Angeles, California  – July 13, 2010) A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement in America gives the American public insight on how to avoid encounters with police that can often turn deadly. It also prepares “any driver” to effectively interact with police during motor vehicle stops and the all too common street stops. Emma Khadija Jones, J.D., Founder of The MALIK Organization and mother of a victim of a police shooting said “If you are going to drive in America, this is a must-read starting point!”

Now right in time for your iPhone-4, start reading A Black Man’s Guide – Driving While Black on your iPhone-4 in under a minute for a special $5.99. Also available on  Kindle for iPad, Kindle for PC and , Kindle for only BlackBerry  $5.99.This book takes readers behind “The Blue Wall” of law enforcement and gives them a first-hand look at the disturbing issues between police and people of color. 

Written by a Black cop who is still an active “street cop” in a major urban police department, A Black Man’s Guide

To Law Enforcement In America reveals the mystery behind DWB (Driving While Black), racial profiling, vehicle registrations, misdemeanor arrests, and motor vehicle laws for the general public. It gives the reader step-by-step instructions on how to avoid costly arrests and deadly encounters with police. It is packed with valuable money saving information that many people pay lawyers thousands of dollars to learn. A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement in America is an in-depth look at modern day issues that involve police and minority communities. Now available at Barnes and Noble & Amazon for $11.95 Paperback.

Book excerpt, Preparing for Court, page 22: 

“Any day, you can walk down to the local courthouse and see the biggest show in town. There you will see a 50 Cent look-a-like pleading guilty to a felony case. There you will see a J-Lo look-a-like dressed in a Toni Braxton skirt talking about how she wants her baby’s daddy locked up!… So, if you come to court dressed like a thug the chances are you’re … Right, you’re a drug dealer, a gang member, or a person who carries illegal guns. If you come to court with your chest showing down to your nipple pads, your pants tight and your thong visible, then chances are you’re…Right, you’re a stripper who loves to have sex and worries more about how you look than how you act. So, before you go back to court, get it together!”

Read the reviews:

Praised by Law Enforcement and Advocates alike, Reading the “Urban Guide to Law Enforcement in America” gave me pause to feel proud to be an African American police officer. This talks directly to the community that so often feels the brunt of “bad hair days”, “bad attitudes”, and just plain bad cops. While putting everything in an easy to read and understand format, this “tells it like it is.” Charles P. Wilson, National Chairman/CEO, National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers, Inc.

This is the hottest ebook of the summer!!

About The Author

Shafiq Rashid Fulcher Abdussabur is an active law enforcement officer with over 14 years of Community Base Police training and experience. He is a nationally published author, speaker, and founder of BOLDMINDS Arts and Literature. His award-winning philosophy and approaches to modern day policing has been nationally recognized.

In 2002, he founded CTRIBAT Institute for Social Development Inc. which services 210 young males and Females ages 9 yrs. old to 17 yrs. old. CTRIBAT offers students “life skill” workshops that focus on parent/student participation. The summer pilot called the “Leadership Retreat” focuses on fostering leadership skills in young people who reside in an Urban Environment (At-Risk Youth). The CTRIBAT 2006 Summer Pilot posted an impressive 400% reduction in firearm related violence in the neighborhood of operation.

In January 2007, he was appointed by the Mayor of New Haven as Coordinator and Program writer of the New Haven Street Outreach Workers Program which is a proactive social development program aimed at reducing violent crime among youth and young adults. Within its first five months of operation, the City of New Haven posted an 86% reduction in homicides.  During that two year period, he served as the Chief Executive Officer for the New Haven Police Department under Police Chief Francisco Ortiz Jr. In June of 2008, both CTRIBAT Institute For Social Development Inc. and the New Haven Street Outreach Workers Program were awarded the All-American City Award in Tampa Florida.

For more information about, A Black Man’s Guide To Law Enforcement In America, please http://www.drivingwhileblackbook.com or contact Shafiq R.F. Abdussabur at boldminds@gmail.com


Published by BOLDMINDS LLC

Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur is an author, public speaker, racial profiling consultant, entrepreneur, and retired law enforcement Sergeant. His unique views and approach to urban violence prevention, racial profiling prevention and community based policing have been featured in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, NPR-Where We Live, New Haven Independent, NPR-All Things Considered, WYBC-Electric Drum, New Haven Advocate, Russian Radio, BBC, PBS, New York Daily News, New Haven Register, Hartford Courant, and Al Jazeera America. His repertoire continues to grow consistently. He has appeared as a guest host on WNPR's “Where We Live.” He is also a contributing writer for the Huffington Post.

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