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Mike Pozesny

MERLOT Contributor  Peer Reviewer
Capella PhD Learner AIU Dunwoody Adjunct ITT Duluth Adjunct
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Nov 21, 2006
Member Since: Jun 12, 2006

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PO 1101
Auburn, GA 30011-1101 US

Skills & Interests

  • Social Sciences/Criminal Justice/Corrections (Expert)
    Eight years multiple probation office management covering four counties, twelve thousand defendants, eighty staff, for a dozen judges.
  • Social Sciences/Criminal Justice/Intelligence (Advanced)
    Collection of street drug gang and domestic terrorist intelligence collected by self over fifteen years. Perform onsite lectures on street drug gangs and STG's.
  • Social Sciences/Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement (Advanced)
    Over twenty law enforcement training certifications including Defensive Tactics, Sharp Edges Weapons Defense, Tactical Munitions, all classes of Firearms, Fire Safety, Hazardous Materials, and Emergency Medicine. POST-certified Law Enforcement Instructor.

Education History

  • Doctoral Student - Criminal Justice (Current)
    Capella University
  • Master of Science in Criminal Justice (09/2004)
    Nova SE, Criminal Justice Institute
  • BGS Social and Behavioral Sciences (08/1996)
    Indiana University

Positions

  • Consultant (01/2000 - Current) Tri Star Protective Services, LLC
  • Director of Training and Quality Assurance (03/1999 - Current) Sentinel Offender Services
  • Program Chair - Criminal Justice (09/2005 - Current) ITT Technical Institute
  • Statewide Public Safety Instructor (03/1992 - 03/1999) State of Georgia

Associations

  • Justice Research and Statistics Association
    Member 10/2006 - Current
  • International Narcotics Enforcement Officers Association
    Member 01/1994 - Current
  • National Major Gang Task Force
    Member 01/2003 - 11/2006

Honors and Awards

  • Honor Medal for Public Service (09/2005)
    Awarded by the Police Hall of Fame as the result of the "We Don't Meth Around" campaign which distributed twenty-five thousand anti-Meth learning brochures throughout Georgia, the educational briefings involved, etc.

Teaching Experience

  • Police Administration ( Current)
    ITT Technical Institute - Duluth - Police Methods, Issues, Challenges
    Detailed analysis of police strategies and challenges as they confront organizational and political realities balanced against tactical requirements.
  • Written and Interpersonal Communications ( Current)
    ITT Technical Institute - Duluth - Police Writing and Reporting Techniques
    Experiential course heavy in analysis of positive and negative examples of law enforcement documentation with case history on outcomes
  • Criminal Justice Administration (Fall 2006)
    ITT Technical Institute - Duluth - CJ Administration, Organizational Development
    An analysis of criminal jsutice organziations in institutional corrections, probation, parole, law enforcement, and the courts.
  • Criminology (Fall 2006)
    ITT Technical Institute - Duluth - Criminological History
    Review of the evolution of criminological thought and current application
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice (Spring 2006)
    AIU Dunwoody - Basic Intro Course to Criminal Justice
    Review criminal justice organizations and theory
  • Drugs and Crime (Winter 2006)
    AIU Dunwoody - Licit and Illicit Substance Abuse
    In-depth analysis of the drug culture and patterns of substance abuse within the US and an overview of all substances of abuse
  • Advanced Trends in Criminal Justice (Fall 2005)
    AIU Dunwoody - WMD, Terrorist threats, Global aspects of C.J.
    Reviews WMD, technmology, minorities in criminal justice, statistical trends.
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice (Summer 2005)
    AIU Dunwoody - Basic Intro Course to Criminal Justice
    Review criminal justice organizations and theory
  • Advanced Trends in Criminal Justice (Spring 2005)
    AIU Dunwoody - WMD, Terrorist threats, Global aspects of C.J.
    Reviews WMD, technmology, minorities in criminal justice, statistical trends.
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice (Spring 2005)
    AIU Dunwoody - Basic Intro Course to Criminal Justice
    Review criminal justice organizations and theory
  • Victimology (Winter 2005)
    AIU Dunwoody - Process of victimization and mitigation techniques
    Review of the victimization movement, theory behind restorative justice, support for victims