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Jul 24, 2020 12:43 PM

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Hermano Jose F. Batista, Esq.
Executive Director @Providence External Review Authority
Jose F. Batista serves as Executive Director of the Providence External Review Authority (“PERA”), an independent and impartial municipal board tasked with reviewing the City of Providence’s police policies and procedures, engaging in community outreach, and maintaining a process by which members of the community can file complaints regarding the City of Providence Police Department.
Hermano Michael Molina, Esq.
Associate Attorney @Belluck & Fox, LLP
Michael J. Molina is an Associate Attorney at Belluck & Fox, LLP, where he represents families and victims of asbestos-related terminal cancer, including Veterans and first-responders, against corporations who caused the disease through environmental hazards and dangerous consumer products. Before entering private practice, Mr. Molina served his native borough of Brooklyn, New York, as Assistant District Attorney where he prosecuted 1,000+ criminal cases before New York State’s Supreme and Criminal Courts, respectively. At the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, Michael was progressive in his approach to policing and public safety by focusing on key issues impacting minority communities, including the decriminalization of marijuana and implementation of modern bail reform. Michael obtained his undergraduate and legal degrees at St. John’s University. Mr. Molina enjoys speaking at diversity functions, interfacing with student leaders, engaging in fitness activities, and dining an
Hermano Ivan Rosado
Detective @City of New York-Joint Terrorism Task Force
Ivan Rosado is a 22 year old veteren Detective for the NYC Police Department. He is currently working in the Joint Terrorism Task Force for the last 5 years. Prior to his assignment with the JTTF, Ivan worked in the 28th Precinct in which he investigated all types of crimes from petit Larcenies to Homicides. His other assignments included Narcotics and Fugitive Enforcement Unit. He began his career in Transit District 12 in the Bronx, where he Patrolled the NYC subway system. Ivan became a hermano in the Spring of 1993 in Buffalo, NY Epsilon Chapter. While in Buffalo he held the position as president of the Latino Association of Buffalo State College as well as vice president of the Epsilon Chapter. He graduated in the spring of 1996. Following his graduation he felt that his involvement with fraternity was not over and that he was still able to contribute his services. He then was elected in 1997 on to the board of trustees.