Chesapeake Bay ASAP
Ray Green is the executive director of Chesapeake Bay ASAP, an organization with the goal of improving transportation safety by decreasing the incidence of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs and thereby reducing the number of alcohol and other drug-related crashes.
Prior to joining Chesapeake Bay ASAP, Ray Greenwood was a captain and 32-year veteran of the Virginia Beach Police Department, where he was most recently assigned as the Night Command Duty Officer. As lieutenant, he was assigned to Professional Development and Training as the department's Training Director. His duties included overseeing the academy classes and all in-service and specialized training for the police department. He also served as a lieutenant in charge of Property Crimes in the Detective Bureau and a sergeant in the Detective Bureau, where he supervised the Domestic Violence Unit and Child Protection Unit for seven years. Captain Greenwood has also taken on the duty of the department's coordinator for Project Lifesaver, a program assisting citizens who suffer from Alzhimer's Disease and Autism.
Ray has delivered numerous presentations to police, sheriff and victim advocacy personnel throughout the state of Virginia on the issues of domestic violence. He has also presented classes on violence against women in Virginia, North Carolina and Connecticut for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
In addition to teaching Administration of Justice classes at Tidewater Community College, which include a class on domestic violence that he developed, Ray also teaches courses in Family Violence and Victimology at Old Dominion University.
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