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Christopher Reed

Wynne, Arkansas

Hey, I'm Chris Reed! Wynne High School graduate, 19 Years of Federal Law Enforcement, and father of four sons.

Through facing discrimination within the Department of Interior Bureau Of Indian since 2010, I was recently diagnosed as being bipolar II Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder due to my treatment I received with the Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs. I didn’t let this ruin my life as I decided to write a book and this is where I’m at today. I decided to tell my story and make sure no other federal law enforcement officer go through what I did. And if they are hit with these issues I want them to be prepared and ready with a bag of information without having to use their life savings like I did.

Originally from the Arkansas area, I currently have no “home base" because I traveled around the world with the government from the age of 18 to present (just another benefit of federal service and being discriminated against). So reach out to me if you'd like to meet up when I'm in town (I'm a lover of all things coffee and craft brew).

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Hey, I'm Chris Reed!  I’m a Wynne High School graduate, 19 Year Federal Law Enforcement Career and father of four sons.

Through facing discrimination within the Department of Interior Bureau Of Indian since 2010, I was recently diagnosed as being Bipolar II Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder due to my treatment I received with my government agency. I didn’t let this ruin my life as I decided to write a book and this is where I’m at today. I decided to tell my story and make sure no other federal law enforcement officer go through what I did. I decided to provide an resource for any individual that is hit with the issues of being discriminated against at work. I want them prepared and ready with a bag of information without having to use their life savings like I did.   

Originally from the Arkansas area, I currently have no “home base" because I traveled around the world with the government from the age of 18 to present (just another benefit of federal service and being discriminated against). So reach out to me if you'd like to meet up when I'm in town (I'm a lover of all things coffee and craft brew).

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Black With An Gold Badge

An African American Federal Law Enforcement Officer Reveals The Crimes, Racism, And Injustice Inside The Ranks Of The Department Of The Department Of Interior – Bureau Of Indian Affairs Office.

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Synopsis

What would you do if you were faced with discrimination? 

What if you can’t ask for help because of the fear of losing your job?

What if you worked in federal law enforcement and your Chief of Police Threaten to hang you from a tree? 

Would you start second guessing your career choices?

 “BLACK WITH AN GOLD BADGE” tells a real life story of Christopher Reed, an African American Federal Law Enforcement Officer that Reveals the Crimes, Racism, And Injustice inside the Ranks of the Department of The Department Of Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services.

He was the only African American Police Officer within the Department of Interior Office Of Justice Services Uniformed Division. An Agency with 300 or more federal police officers with the mission is to enhance the quality of life, to promote economic opportunity, and to carry out the responsibility to protect and improve the trust assets of American Indians, Indian tribes and Alaska Natives.

He worked in the Office of Justice Services Division of The Bureau of Indian Affairs Police Department in Standing Rock Agency North Dakota and was required to be relocated from duty station to duty station because of his race. He was discriminated against, targeted, investigated, retaliated against and survived in one of the oldest agencies in the U.S. Department of Interior.



Outline

P.S. Here's my working table of contents for those that want a sneak peak at what I'm creating.

Nothing here is final, but it should give you a good indication of where I want to take this book and corresponding content.

Section 0: Intro to Black with an Gold Badge

1.      What is Discrimination

2.      The Shocking History of Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs

3.      The challenges of working an agency built from racism

4.      Indian Preference explained  

5.      How this book can help


Section 1: My Beginnings as a Federal Employee

1.      Department of Justice Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

2.      Promotion after Promotion

3.      Last Stop Pollock, Louisiana


Section 2: And the Fun Begins

1.      Year 1 Seems Like a Good Career Change (Standing Rock Agency)

2.      Another Police Academy but filled with confusion

3.      Indian Police Academy versus Land Management Police Training

4.      Graduation Day


Section 3: Racial Struggles Awaits

1.      Discrimination at its Finest

2.      Struggles from The Inside

3.      Internal Affairs Investigation after Internal Affairs Investigation

4.      2016 EEOC Case Christopher Reed v. Sally Jewell, Secretary, US DOI

5.      2016 Office of Special Counsel (OSC) OSC File No. MA-15-3510


Section 4: Suicide: Why not ask for help.

1.      Responding to my Son’s Suicide, no other cop available

2.      Fitness for Duty Request from Agency

3.      Sexual Misconduct Case from Agency


Section 5: The Trauma We Share, Aftermath Of Son’s Suicide

1.      Faith & Family

2.      Alone We Can Do So Little, But Together We Are Strong

3.      Debriefing


Section 6: Stories From Within The Bureau Of Indian Affairs Police

1.      Officer’s Personal experiences

2.      Freedom Of Information Act Internal Affairs Reports and More

3.      Interview’s From Community Members


Section 7: 363 Days Oklahoma City

1.      District 2 Office

2.      Struggles at Anadarko Agency

3.      New Beginning

4.      I'm What? Your Bipolar Officer Reed.


Section 8: Surviving Filing Complaints against an Agency

1.      Professional Liability Insurance

2.      Disability Insurance

3.      Employee Union

4.      Mental Preparation


Section 9: Your Rights In The Workplace

1.      Analyzing Your Options

2.      Documenting The Problem

3.      Considering Legal Actions

4.      Most Common Federal Employment Laws

5.      Illegal Discrimination


Section 10: Filing Your Complaint

1.      Equal Opportunity Commission

2.      Office of Special Counsel

3.      Congressional and Senatorial

4.      Resources Available

5.      EEO21.com Resources

6.      FBI Civil Rights Division Complaints

7.      The Coalition for Change, Inc. (C4C)

8.      17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination by Tanya Ward Jordan

Audience

The federal government is the nation's largest employer, with close to 2.5 million employees. As a federal employee or job applicant, our laws protect you from discrimination due to color, sex, race, national origin, religion, age, and disability. It’s important to know that your complaint process will vary greatly from that of a non-federal employee suffering from identical discrimination.

In 2018, The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that 84,254 workplace discrimination charges were filed with the federal agency nationwide during fiscal year (FY) 2017, and it secured $398 million for victims in the private sector and state and local government workplaces through voluntary resolutions and litigation. The comprehensive enforcement and litigation statistics for FY 2017, which ended Sept. 30, 2017, are posted on the EEOC Website.

The EEOC also states, “The FY 2017 data show that retaliation was the most frequently filed charge filed with the agency, followed by race and disability. The agency also received 6,696 sexual harassment charges and obtained $46.3 million in monetary benefits for victims of sexual harassment. Specifically, the charge numbers show the following breakdowns by bases alleged, in descending order:

Retaliation: 41,097 (48.8 percent of all charges filed)

Race: 28,528 (33.9 percent)

Disability: 26,838 (31.9 percent)

Sex: 25,605 (30.4 percent)

Age: 18,376 (21.8 percent)

National Origin: 8,299 (9.8 percent)

Religion: 3,436 (4.1 percent)

Color: 3,240 (3.8 percent)

Equal Pay Act: 996 (1.2 percent)

Genetic Information: 206 (.2 percent)

Black with an Gold Badge will provide an real life story from an 18 year veteran of the government and resources help guide you if you are facing harassment or discrimination at work, there are certain steps you should take to protect your rights. These actions might help you put a stop to the mistreatment and improve your work situation. Even if they don't, however, taking these steps will help you prove your case and preserve your right to sue, if you later decide to file a harassment or discrimination case.

This book is for anyone who would like to know the inside working of the government and their dealings with discrimination and retaliation. It will also give you an idea of what to expect with filing complaints within an government agency and private sector jobs.  


What will you learn?

You will learn The Federal EEO Discrimination Complaint Process.

You will learn the Theories of Discrimination.

You will learn how to survive the complaint process mentally and financially.

You will learn about Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Freedom of Information Requested Internal Affairs Request with real life documents obtained of investigations, Equal Opportunity Complaints etc. This will allow you to see the inside details of the Crimes, Racism, And Injustice inside the Ranks of the Department of The Department Of Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services.

How to Write a Complaint

Learn About Douglas Factors

Whistleblowing – Disclosures

Office of Special Counsel Complaints

Congressional Complaints and Senatorial Complaints

FBI Civil Rights Division Complaints

The Coalition for Change, Inc. (C4C)

17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination by Tanya Ward Jordan * A Good Friend of Mine and A Must Read Book.

AND MUCH MORE WILL BE TAUGHT…….

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Insane Rewards (EXCLUSIVELY for campaign supporters)

That's right. You didn't think I would ask for your support without attempting to give back ten times the value, did you?

Below, you'll find a list of all the pricing tiers and corresponding rewards for BLACK WITH AN GOLD BADGE

Some of these are time sensitive and EXTREMELY limited, so grab it now if you want it, or forever hold your peace.

Digital Copy (PDF & Kindle) $13.00

Limited Edition Hardcover book (includes digital copy + audio book) $34.00

3 Part live program explaining book and special interviews with special guest Tanya Ward Jordan writer of 17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination (includes Limited Edition Hardcover book + digital copy + audio book) $50.00

LIMITED SUPPORTER PACKAGE (Includes 3 Part live program explaining book (includes 2 Limited Edition Hardcover book + digital copy + audio book, 17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination by Tanya Ward Jordan * A Good Friend of Mine and A Must Read Book, and your name or organization as backer in every book of mine ) $180.00 VERY LIMITED

THE FEATURED INTERVIEW PACKAGE *Your Story Featured (You will be interviewed and your story will be featured in the book + everything in Limited Supporter Package) VERY CRAZY LIMITED $300 (*Approval First)

1 Month Consulting Package - I'll personally consult you or your team over the course of an entire month. Includes everything in Limited Supporter Package CRAZY LIMITED $493

2 Days with Chris (travel + lodging not included). You pick the place (coworking space, office, classroom, apartment - whatever) and I'll help you and your team (group, class, whatever) on your complaint process as stated above package. You get my undivided attention for two full days. This means about 12 hours a day, but more if you have the stamina and can supply the coffee and beer (value: $3,000+). Includes everything in Limited Supporter Package INSANELY LIMITED $1,500

*All Rewards of $55 or higher will receive their very own CD Copy of Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Freedom of Information Requested Internal Affairs Request with real life documents obtained of investigations, Equal Opportunity Complaints used to write the book. This will allow you to see the inside details of the Crimes, Racism, And Injustice inside the Ranks of the Department of The Department Of Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services.

Rewards Explained

For those who want more information about each reward and what it means, I explained them a bit more here.

p.s. I don't want to be presumptuous so I didn't plan on signing these books, but if you'd like yours autographed, just leave a comment below to let me know. It would be my pleasure :)

$13 - digital copy of BLACK WITH AN GOLD BADGE (PDF & Kindle)

$34 - all of the above + limited edition hardcover book (the hardcover book is EXCLUSIVE through Publishizer and will never be for sale again in this format and style again. My intention is to make this a collector’s item that will be worth a lot more in the years to come. So if you want BLACK WITH AN GOLD BADGE Online in hardcover, buy now or forever hold your peace)

$50 - all of the above + 3 part live, online interview series. 3 Part live program explaining book and special interviews with special guest Tanya Ward Jordan writer of 17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination (includes Limited Edition Hardcover book + digital copy + audio book) I'll host 3 live webinars over the course of the month (probably in December 2019) to teach you, your team, and/or classroom about discrimination and BLACK WITH AN GOLD BADGE.

$300 - The Featured Interview Package - I'll interview you personally about your feature in the book, as well as provide the audio version of the interview as a bonus in the video training course.. Includes everything in Limited Supporter Package

$493 - 1 Month Consulting Package - I'll personally consult you or your team over the course of an entire month. Minimum of 4 x 1 hour consulting calls + unlimited email access (although I'm generally flexible and happy to do more calls if necessary) - I'll walk you through the process of filing an complaint of discrimination, Office of Special Counsel Complaint, Congressional or Senatorial Complaint (value: $1,000). Includes everything in Limited Supporter Package

$1,500 - 2 Days with Chris (travel + lodging not included). You pick the place (coworking space, office, classroom, apartment - whatever) and I'll help you and your team (group, class, whatever) on your complaint process as stated above package. You get my undivided attention for two full days. This means about 12 hours a day, but more if you have the stamina and can supply the coffee and beer (value: $3,000+). Includes everything in Limited Supporter Package

Bonus Interviews available in the 3 Part live program  

These are just a few of the people I've interviewed. I plan to interview even more experts over the next couple months.

Portions of these interviews will make it into the book, but for the full audio, you'll need to select the "3 Part live program” Package

·         Tony Rowe Federation of Indian Service Employees BIA Representative  

·         Federation of Indian Service Employees President

·         Law Firm for Professional Liability Insurance Company

·         EEO 21  Federal EEO Specialist

·         Tanya Ward Jordan writer of 17 Steps A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination & President/Founder of The Coalition For Change

·         Numerous Department of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Employees that no longer work at the agency due to discrimination, retaliation or other issues

 Timeline

The general outline and wireframe of Black With An Gold Badge is complete, along with about 20,000 words (give or take). But there are a few things left to do before you get the book in your mailbox.

Here's the timeline of events I'm planning to hit a July ship date:

December - January: Publishizer Campaign


February - April: Write, write, and write


May: Edit


June: Design, formatting, and final proofing; 3 live webinars go live


July: Ship!


Breakdown of Expenses


If you're like me, you're probably wondering why crowdfunding campaigns set the funding goals that they do.


I'm setting my minimum crowdfunding goal based on expenses to have the book professionally designed, edited, and printed. If I reach my minimum funding goal, I'll pocket about $0.00 as all the funds will go to those I'm hiring to make this book a reality. Any additional will go toward supplying the additional books and/or services.


Here are the breakdown of expenses:


Cover Design: $1,000


Editing: $600


Interior Design and Formatting: $500


Printing (100 copies): $4,359


Base Shipping (from printer to me to proof - estimate): $150


15% Flex Funds for Misc Expenses and surprise costs (there are always surprises): $893.25


TOTAL (just to break even): $7,497.25

Competition


17 Steps: A Federal Employee's Guide For Tackling Workplace Discrimination

May 17, 2018

by Tanya Ward Jordan M.S.



17 Steps: A Federal Employee’s Guide for Tackling Workplace Discrimination is a must read how-to guide for employees and job applicants challenging unfair treatment in the federal workplace. The guidebook, offers winning ways to protect your well-being and walks you through the grueling and time-sensitive federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaint process. This invaluable resource book - complete with diagrams, sample letters, personal testimonies, web-link references, and employment case decisions - will help you when facing a variety of issues arising in the workplace. LEARN HOW TO: •Avoid Common EEO Complaint Filing Mistakes •Manage Workplace Stress •Prove a Prima Facie Discrimination Case •Fight Unlawful Adverse Personnel Actions •Get the Most From Settlement Talks •Argue Claims Successfully With Proven Case Law •Request Records Under the Privacy Act •Pursue Workplace Reasonable Accommodations • Submit a Worker’s Compensation Claim • File an Employment Lawsuit


Black in Blue: African-American Police Officers and Racism


Mar 2, 2004

by Kenneth Bolton

and Joe Feagin


From New York to Los Angeles, police departments across the country are consistently accused of racism. Although historically white police precincts have been slowly integrating over the past few decades, African-American officers still encounter racism on the job. Bolton and Feagin have interviewed fifty veteran African-American police officers to provide real-life and vivid examples of the difficulties and discrimination these officers face everyday inside and outside the police station from barriers in hiring and getting promoted to lack of trust from citizens and members of black community.


Thriving in an All-Boys Club: Female Police and Their Fight for Equality

Dec 22, 2017

by Cara Rabe-Hemp



In 1845 women entered the career of policing, and ever since it’s been an evolving history for them. There are countless stories of women shaping this career, adding particular gifts and abilities to the profession. There are, also, countless stories of their struggles to fit in and survive in this “all-boys club.”Thriving in an All Boys Club: Female Police and Their Fight for Equality examines one of the most debated issues surrounding female police officers – their ability to find acceptance in the male subculture. Through the stories of women who joined policing in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, readers learn that women’s acceptance in policing is complex and officer’s experiences are wide-ranging. Stories of resistance and harassment by colleagues, the glass ceiling in promotion, and gender specific obstacles related to pregnancy and childcare are common. Their stories show a strong sense of determination and perseverance to perform the duties of police officer. The potential for enduring change in the field of policing is growing as women continue to make strides in achieving high ranks, breaking down assignments barriers, and ensuring just opportunities for future generations of female police officers. Despite the struggles that women face to survive in the “all-boys club” of policing, women not only survive, most thrive in this almost exclusively male occupation.


The Black and the Blue: A Cop Reveals the Crimes, Racism, and Injustice in America's Law Enforcement

Aug 6, 2019

by Matthew Horace



Career police officer turned CNN contributor offers a "hard-hitting, convincing indictment of the biases in today's law enforcement." --Booklist (starred review)

"The hidden dysfunctions in American policing are laid bare in this searching exposé.... Horace and coauthor Harris write sympathetically of the dilemmas of policing, but are uncompromising in their indictment of abuses. Horace's street cred and hard-won insights make this one of the best treatments yet of police misconduct." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)


Matthew Horace was an officer at the federal, state, and local level for 28 years working in every state in the country. Yet it was after seven years of service when Horace found himself face-down on the ground with a gun pointed at his head by a white fellow officer, that he fully understood the racism seething within America's police departments. Using gut-wrenching reportage, on-the-ground research, and personal accounts garnered by interviews with police and government officials around the country, Horace presents an insider's examination of police tactics, which he concludes is an "archaic system" built on "toxic brotherhood." Horace dissects some of the nation's most highly publicized police shootings and communities highlighted in the Black Lives Matter movement and beyond to explain how these systems and tactics have had detrimental outcomes to the people they serve. Horace provides fresh analysis on communities experiencing the high killing and imprisonment rates due to racist policing such as Ferguson, New Orleans, Baltimore, and Chicago from a law enforcement point of view and uncovers what has sown the seeds of violence.Timely and provocative, The Black and The Blue sheds light on what truly goes on behind the blue line.


I Am Not Your Negro: A Companion Edition to the Documentary Film Directed by Raoul Peck (Vintage International) Kindle Edition

by James Baldwin Raoul Peck  (Author)

National Bestseller

Nominated for the Academy Award for Best DocumentaryTo compose his stunning documentary film I Am Not Your Negro, acclaimed filmmaker Raoul Peck mined James Baldwin’s published and unpublished oeuvre, selecting passages from his books, essays, letters, notes, and interviews that are every bit as incisive and pertinent now as they have ever been. Weaving these texts together, Peck brilliantly imagines the book that Baldwin never wrote. In his final years, Baldwin had envisioned a book about his three assassinated friends, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King. His deeply personal notes for the project have never been published before. Peck’s film uses them to jump through time, juxtaposing Baldwin’s private words with his public statements, in a blazing examination of the tragic history of race in America. This edition contains more than 40 black-and-white images from the film.










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  • Chris Reed
    on Dec. 16, 2018, 10:46 p.m.

    This will be an outstanding book can’t wait to read it.

  • Anonymous
    on Jan. 24, 2019, 10:57 p.m.

    A book designed to especially address concerns of our federal law enforcement community is most needed. Thank you for shining light on the darkness and using your talents to help others!