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Lieutenant Tim McMillan is a veteran law

enforcement officer, writer, speaker, and activist for police community relations and civil rights.

As a result of a fateful traffic stop on October 1, 2016, Lt. McMillan became a literal overnight activist for police community relations and civil rights.

He maintains an active blog where he discusses contemporary civil rights issues and inspirational insights.

Additionally, Lt. McMillan has been featured by numerous media outlets, globally and appears in the

2017 documentary film “Walking While

Black: L.O.V.E. Is the Answer.” Lt. McMillan is also the founder and director of the nonprofit police research, training, reform, and accreditation program, The Four Trees Project Inc.

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Founding Director 

The Four Trees Project

Recognized in 2016 by the U.S. Department of Justice 

Named 2016 Protector of the Peace 

Featured  in  the  2017  Documentary  Film  

Walking While Black 

L.O.V.E. Is The Answer

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