He is a celebrated commander and public servant who has been at the forefront of bridging the gap between the community and police. Over the course of his career, he has received numerous awards and specialized training on a myriad of topics aiding in his impeccable record on the police force. He was also an adjunct professor (Criminal Justice Department) at Monroe College for five years.
As the former president and founder of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) Long Island Chapter, and advisor to other professional affiliations, Corey has organized various community events such as Christmas Toy Drives, Back to School Giveaways, and Thanksgiving Food Drives to name a few. In addition, he has held a leading role in organizing events to raise money to support local schools. Corey has also fought for the rights of others, in making sure that their civil liberties are being protected.
For the past fifteen years, Tish has also served on a number of elections as a Federal Voting Rights Observer for the Office of Personnel Management. She observes the voting practices of various polling locations throughout the United States that have been identified as potential non-compliant polling precincts, during elections and works in tandem with the Department of Justice.