Mitch Credle lives in the D.C. Metropolitan area where he has been intensely involved in community service, coaching and mentoring youth since 1982. He joined the Metropolitan Police Department in 1986 and began investigating homicides in 1991 and was responsible for investigating many high profile cases until the beginning of 2013. He also investigated sex related crimes for three years. He retired from MPDC on October 31, 2015. He has a B.A. in Criminal Justice. His first book, Stranger in the Streets, was published in 2010. His second book, Damaged Roots, was published in 2011. He was inducted into the Cardozo High School Hall of Fame in 2011. He has lectured at area high schools and colleges in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney's Office. He stills works with young people, exploring himself through writing, film and promoting local talent. His first feature film as an independent film maker is titled Boss. In January 2016, Boss became the first movie to ever play at the historical Howard Theatre. His second film Boss 2 also premiered at the Howard Theatre in March 2017. Both movies are available on Amazon. Mitch is working on a True Crimes and Justice TV series, his third movie and is putting the final touches to his third book titled, Homicide and Me: Living Black and Blue. Mitch is also a certified producer at DCTV. During the summers of 2017 and 2018 his non-profit organization Safe House DC taught film production, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, job readiness and alternatives to violence to the youth of the Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program.