Christopher J. Drew, D.Sc.  Instructor Criminal Justice/Homeland Security – Middlesex County College

Christopher J. Drew, D.Sc.

Instructor Criminal Justice/Homeland Security – Middlesex County College

Since the fall of 1999, I have been working as a law enforcement consultant, law enforcement trainer, adjunct professor, and full-time professor, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. My areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, civil security leadership, emergency management, juvenile justice, criminology, gangs, etc… Additionally, in 2004, I began teaching on-line college criminal justice courses, and began to also develop on-line courses as well. Currently, I am a full-time Instructor at Middlesex County College in the Criminal Justice/Homeland Security Program, Adjunct Professor in the Graduate Criminal Justice Program at New Jersey City University, and I also work at Thomas Edison State University, where I serve as an Adjunct Mentor in the Criminal Justice Program. In addition, I served on the Heavin School of Arts & Sciences Curriculum Committee at TESU, and I also evaluate law enforcement academy programs for college credit.

Professional Experience

Corrections, Parole, and Policing

Education & Professional Certifications

  • D.Sc. (Civil Security Leadership, Management & Policy), New Jersey City University, 2016
  • M.Ed. (Administration & Supervision), Seton Hall University, 1999
  • B.S.  Criminal Justice, New Jersey City University, 1996

Scholarly Activity

  • Published Dissertation 2016 – “Assessing the Vulnerability of Private and Public College Campuses in New Jersey to Domestic Terrorist Attacks”