that’s why it’s called CRIMINAL justice is created mostly out of the head of Tim Dees. I am originally from California, but have lived in Nevada, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, and Washington state, almost in that order. I received a bachelor’s degree in biological science from San José State University in 1976. In 1979, I moved to Reno, Nevada, where I was a law enforcement officer for the City of Reno and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Police Department for fifteen years. During that time, I earned a master of science degree in criminal justice from The University of Alabama. I went on to teach criminal justice at colleges in Nevada and three other states listed above, as well as in Oregon.
While all of that was going on, I wrote articles for police periodicals such as Law and Order, POLICE, Law Enforcement Technology and the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. I also wrote a small textbook for Prentice-Hall. This led to me being the first editor-in-chief for the web sites Officer.com and LawOfficer.com. My job at the latter organization was eliminated in July 2009, and now I’m looking for steady work.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.