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Behavioral Sciences

Office Hours:

Semester: Spring 2018
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10-11

Thursday 10-noon

Office Information:

Room Number: McKay 232
Phone: 978-665-3853

Courses Taught:

Principles and Practices of Law Enforcement
Community Policing
Ethics in Criminal Justice (CJ 2651)
Private Security (CJ 2016)
Physical Security
Corrections in America
Drugs and Society
Organized Crime (CJ 3100)
Police Management and Supervision
Law, Liberty, and Morality
Theories of Punishment
Ethics (CJ 2651)
Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 1000)
Innovative Practices in Policing (CJ 3141)


Ph.D., Salve Regina University
M.S., Salve Regina University
B.S., Bryant College

Research Interests:

Ethics in Criminal Justice
Ethics Training
Police Supervision and Management
Police Corruption
Control of Police Conduct: Internal Affairs, Complaint Investigation, Early Warning Systems and Citizen Review Boards
The effect of technology on police officers
Powers and Accountability of Private Police
Plagiarism and Cheating among Criminal Justice Students

Professional Affiliations:

American Society for Industrial Security
New England Sociological Association
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Southwestern Law Enforcement Institute Ethics Center
Northeast Association of Criminal Justice Sciences
Central Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association
New England Faculty Development Consortium
International Association of Ethics Trainers - National Institute of Ethics
Massachusetts Association of Criminal Justice Education