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Saturday, 8 June 2013
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRICAN AMERICAN TO GRADUATE FROM THE FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY AND FIRTS OFFICER IN THE NYPD TO MAKE THE RANK AS THE COMMANDER OF A POLICE STATION, THE 28TH PRECINCT IN HARLEM : LlOYD GEORGE SEALY : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS"
After Sealy's retirement from the NYPD in 1969, he became the first African American Associate Professor of Law and Police Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Sealy is also a founding member of NOBLE, a national organization of African American police officers from various American cities.
Sealy died in 1985 on his 68th birthday. He had been preparing for his classes in the John Jay College Library when he suffered a heart attack.
On December 4, 1991, the library at John Jay was renamed the Lloyd Sealy Library in his honor. The Special Collections there house his personal papers, which document his career as a police officer and a scholar.