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I graduated from Austin Peay State University with a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice. I worked with the Clarksville Police Department for 15 years where I held several different positions; Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Detective, Special Victim Unit Investigator, and Fatal Crash Investigator. I then moved to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office where I worked as a School Resource Officer at Northeast High School. I switched to teaching Criminal Justice in the Spring of 2021.
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Criminal Justice I is the first course in the Criminal Justice and Correction Services program of study. It serves as a comprehensive survey of how the law enforcement, legal, and correctional systems interact with each other in the United States. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will understand the context of local, state, and federal laws, the concepts of crime control and the judicial process, and the importance of communications and professionalism in law enforcement.


This is the first course in the Criminal Justice and Correction Services program of study. For more information on the benefits and requirements of implementing these programs in full, please visit the Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security website at

Students are expected to adhere to the rules and policies of the school. Also, students will behave according to the following class rules:

1. Be on time for class. Be seated before the bell rings and complete the bell ringer/Do Now.

2. Respect yourself, other students, guest speakers, and any teacher. Do not say anything disrespectful to anyone, do not curse, or use obscene gestures.

3. Come to class prepared. This includes having a sharpened pencil, paper, and laptop charged. Turned in classwork on time. There is NO homework unless you don’t finish it in class.

4. No horseplay of any type in class.

5. Cell phones are to be put away. Cell phones should not be visible in class. Laptops should not be in use unless instructed by the teacher. No electronics of any kind will be allowed during class time.

6. After three consecutive tardiness per semester and each subsequent one thereafter, students will be referred to the office.

7. NO FOOD in the Classroom.

8. Do not get out of your seat to leave until the dismissal bell rings. Do not line up at the door.

9. Keep hands to yourself and do not bother other students’ and teachers’ property.

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