Marcel Beausoleil

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Behavioral Sciences School of Arts and Sciences
Marcel Beausoleil, PhD, Criminal Justice, Behavioral Sciences
978.665.3853 Office: McKay Complex 232
Office Hours
Fall 2020

TBA

Courses Taught

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

Background

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

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

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

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