Emanuel Taylor, MPA

Urban Safety
emanuel.taylor@wayne.edu

Emanuel was born and raised in Flint, Michigan, and attended the University of Michigan-Flint for both his bachelors and masters degrees. Emanuel has a bachelors degree in criminal justice and political science, and a masters degree is in public administration with a concentration in criminal justice administration. Emanuel has worked within the criminal justice sector since 2011, starting with an internship at the Genesee County Circuit Court, under the direction of a Deputy Court Administration, Family Division. In 2013, Emanuel worked for a residential probation agency called New Paths Inc. Before becoming a crime analyst at Wayne State, he was as a Prevention Specialist for an organization called Hope Network, where he taught classes to Genesee County Jail inmates as well as residential probationers at New Paths Inc. The classes were designed to teach inmates and probationers skills to help them stay out of jail. Emanuel looks forward to bringing my knowledge of the criminal justice system to the Center for Urban Studies.