Loyad Booker

Loyad Booker is a retired police officer with 25 years of service to the Bayonne Police Department in the state of New Jersey in the United States. Prior to joining the police department he served in the United States Army and was deployed overseas in the “Operation Desert Storm” during the Gulf War. He was honorably discharged and awarded the Southwest Asian medial of service “The Bronze Star”. While working with a Bayonne Police Department he was assigned to the Community Oriented Police unit taking on the responsibilities and the task of maintaining law and order in the community. Tasked with building a relationship of trust and friendship, the gap between police officers and the community was accomplished. He was later Assigned to the School Resource Officers program and was attached to the Juvenile Aid Bureau again building trust with young citizens of the community. And throughout his whole career He has always promoted diversity, inclusion, and equality for the Bayonne Police Department. Loyad Booker spearheaded several programs and events with Diversity and Inclusion always the focus. He has also served on several boards including the School Safety Board at Bayonne High School and was the Vice President of the Bayonne Police Athletic League advisory board.