Bobby Kipper is recognized as a national expert and best-selling author in the areas of school and community safety. He currently serves as the executive director of the National Center for Prevention of Community Violence. In addition, he is a school safety and discipline specialist with the Virginia Department of Education. Mr. Kipper served 26 years in police service in Newport News Virginia and was active as a school resource officer and school police supervisor.
His expertise in the area of community and school violence prevention has been recognized by the White House, Congress, and a number of states across America. His best-selling book, “No Colors: 100 Ways to Keep Gangs from Taking Away Our Communities,” has been instrumental in developing gang reduction programs in communities across America.
Bobby has been awarded with the F.B.I. Director’s Award for the fight against crime in America. In addition, during his police career he was recognized on three separate occasions with the Outstanding Contribution to Law Enforcement Award.