Tim Alexander was motivated to bring change to law enforcement after being racially profiled by the police wherein he was shot at, assaulted, and falsely arrested because of misidentification. Tim Alexander worked for the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office as a Detective Captain in charge of the Criminal Investigation Section. Tim encouraged collaborative relationships between law enforcement, individuals, and organizations.
During Tim’s career, he focused on developing alternative solutions to problems within communities and to increase trust in law enforcement. After retiring from the Prosecutor’s Office, Tim worked for the Philadelphia District Attorney, ultimately as a Major Trials Prosecutor. Later, Tim joined the Civil Rights Unit for the Philadelphia Solicitor’s Office. Tim left public service and now works in private practice, concentrating on Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination.