Russell Ford
Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology Southern New Hampshire University
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About Me

I have more than 20 years in law enforcement spending my time working in patrol at three separate police departments within the State of Colorado. During my time in police work, I was involved in training other officers in different specializations, active member of a tactical team, field training officer, and a patrol sergeant. Prior to retiring from police work, I began by teaching career at the college level for both undergraduate and graduate programs. I have experience teaching in a campus setting and within online settings. I am currently a faculty lead for Colorado Technical University holding my Doctoral degree in Forensic Psychology. My educational background includes an Associate's degree in Criminal Justice, Bachelor's degree on Business Administration, Master's degree in Criminal Justice and Security, and Master's degree in Forensic Psychology ending with my Doctoral degree.


Degrees
Associates of Science (AS) - 1997

Criminal Justice

Remington College

(BS) Bachelor of Science - 2003

Business Administration

National American University

(MS) Master of Science - 2009

Criminal Justice

University of Phoenix

(PhD) Doctor of Philosophy - 2019

Psychology

Walden University


Teaching History
Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology
Southern New Hampshire University

Jan 2017 - Current

Online graduate courses to include: Forensic Psychology, Psychology in the Courtroom, Assessment of Forensic Psychology, Assessing Organization Performance, Ethical Leadership, and Critical Issues in the Criminal Justice System.

Criminal Justice Courses
Colorado Technical University

Mar 2014 - Current

Faculty lead for the Security Studies program, complete course revisions, curriculum development, lead a team of faculty members assigning classes for each session, and complete faculty observations. Teach online and campus courses at the graduate and undergraduate level, to include: Ethics in Criminal Justice, Interview and Interrogation, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Police Operations and Report Writing, Advance Criminal Justice, Criminology, Criminal Investigation, Forensic Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Social Psychology, Criminal Profiling, and Forensic Criminology.

Criminal Justice Courses
Community College of Aurora

Aug 2012 - Jan 2015

Adjunct faculty for criminal justice courses at the undergraduate level, to include Introduction to Criminal Justice, Report Writing, Criminology, and Criminal Investigation.


Areas of Specialization
Leadership Forensic Psychology Law Enforcement Curriculum Development Course Revision

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