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Mark R. McCoy

  Bronze Level Contributor  Member of VSB  Peer Reviewer
Assistant Professor
University of Central Oklahoma
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Primary Discipline: Social Sciences / Criminal Justice / Forensics
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Sep 21, 2012
Member Since: Aug 30, 2006

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Affiliations

University of Central Oklahoma (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, OK, United States) - Primary Affiliation

Contact Information

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Address: University of Central Oklahoma
Forensic Science Institute
100 N. University
Edmond , OK 73034
Professional URL: http://www.ucok.edu/forensics

Skills and Interests

Cyber Crime
Education (Expert)
Occupational and Adult Education
Digital Forensics

Education History

Bachleor of Science (05/1980)
Western Michigan University
Master of Forensic Science (05/1984)
National University
Doctor of Education (05/2000)
Oklahoma State University

Positions

Assistant Professor (08/2005 - Current) University of Central Oklahoma
Deputy Inspector/ Special Agent (10/1985 - 08/2005) Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Police Officer (07/1984 - 10/1985) Tulsa Police Department
Military Officer (08/1980 - 07/1984) United States Marine Corps

Publications

McCoy, M. R.. (2006). Cops, computers and the curriculum. in International journal of police science and management (8, (2) pp. 153- 158).
McCoy, M. R.. (2006). Teaching style and the application of adult learning principles by police instructors. in Policing: An international journal of police strategies and management (29, (1) pp. 77-91).