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Administration of Justice Faculty

 

Description: http://www.deltacollege.edu/div/socsci/images/bruceable_001.jpgBruce Able
Professor
Bio:  
   B.S., Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, Ohio
           West Coast Campus, Sacramento, CA

Bruce is married with three grown children. He retired in 2003 from Modesto Police Department as a Lieutenant and began teaching at Delta 1999 as an adjunct instructor.  He was hired as a full-time instructor in 2005.


Discipline: Administration of Justice
Office Phone: (209) 954-5767
Office Location: Holt 134
email: bable@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 94, Peace Officer Academy Orientation
    Administration of Justice 95A, POST Basic Academy Part I
    Administration of Justice 95B, POST Basic Academy Part II
    Administration of Justice 95C, POST Basic Academy Part III
Course material: Docushare and Syllabi

J. P. Badel
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:  
   B.A., University of the Pacific
   M.A., University of Oklahoma
   FBI National Academy

J.P. Badel has twenty nine years of law enforcement experience and is a retired Captain from the Lodi Police Department.  During his career he worked, supervised or managed nearly every assignment in the department and he has extensive experience conducting, reviewing and managing Internal Affairs Investigations and Criminal Investigations. 

J.P. is the owner of Badel Consulting which is a licensed and insured private investigation firm focusing on workplace misconduct investigations, corporate investigations, fraud investigations, pre-litigation investigations, civil investigations, criminal investigations and litigation and trial support.  J.P. is also a consultant with the San Francisco law firm of Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai and conducts investigations related to allegations of workplace misconduct for the firm’s clients.

J.P. earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of the Pacific and a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma.  He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, the Los Angeles Police Department's West Point Leadership Program and the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute.  He was also the recipient of the Lodi Police Department's Chief's Award in 2010.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: jbadel@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 23, Principles and Procedures of the Justice System
    Administration of Justice 24, Legal Aspects of Evidence
Course material: Docushare

David Bentz
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
   A.A., Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California
   B.A., California State University, Sacramento, California
   M.A., California State University, Sacramento, California
   M.S., California State Polytech University, Pomona, California

David E. Bentz is a retired Police Captain from the Stockton Police Department and has twenty-eight years of law enforcement experience with that agency.  David’s last assignment was as the commander of the Investigations Division.  David is responsible for introducing and implementing Problem Oriented Policing strategies
at the Stockton Police Department.   He received his Associate in Arts degree from Sacramento City College, graduating with Distinction.  He received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from California State University, Sacramento.  David received his Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from California State University Sacramento, completing his thesis on Community Based Policing, and his Master of Science in Management Science from California State Polytechnic University Pomona.

David graduated from the 173rd session of the FBI National Academy and graduated from the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, Command College Class 21.

David is a part-time instructor at San Joaquin Delta College, where he teaches criminal justice courses.

David has published articles in The Journal of California Law Enforcement, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, League of California Cities' Western City and The Police Chief.

David is active in the Stockton community.  He has twice served as President of the Leadership Stockton Alumni Association, is former Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Children's Museum of Stockton, and a former Board Member of the Senior Service Agency of San Joaquin, the Hospice of San Joaquin, and Stockton Sunrise Rotary.                               

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Email: dbentz@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Adminstration of Justice, 31 Report Preparation
Course material: Docushare

Steve Carillo
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: scarillo@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
     Administration of Justice
Course material: Docushare
Kim Castro
Professor, Police Academy Coordinator
Bio:
B.S., Criminal Justice Management

Mr. Kim Castro has been employed as an Adjunct Instructor at Delta since 2007. His responsibilities have been primarily with instructing in Delta’s police academy.  His undergraduate degree is in Criminal Justice Management.  In 2014, he assumed the responsibilities of Delta's police academy as POST Academy Coordinator. 

He retired as a police sergeant from a California Central Valley police department after twenty years of active service. He is also a Vietnam era veteran. He has been married since 1980.

Note of interest, with a math twist: Kim instructed his first physical training class in 1963.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Office Phone: (209) 954-5259
Office Location: Holt 134
email: kcastro@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 94, Peace Officer Academy Orientation
    Administration of Justice 95A, POST Basic Academy Part I
    Administration of Justice 95B, POST Basic Academy Part II
    Administration of Justice 95C, POST Basic Academy Part III
Course material: Docushare

Leeland Elliott
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email:lelliott@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 40, Community Relations
Course material: Docushare

Larry Hansen
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
BA Degree California State University, Sacramento (with honors)
MPA California State University, Stanislaus
Graduate FBI National Academy
Graduate California Command College
United States Navy Veteran.

Larry Hansen is the retired Chief of Police with the City of Lodi. He served on the City Council for 12 years and was elected Mayor in 2004 and 2009. Larry was a member of the Lodi Police Department for 30 years.  He has worked a variety assignments including investigations, patrol sergeant, patrol lieutenant (watch commander), patrol captain and was appointed as chief of police in 1993. He retired in 2000. Larry wrote numerous grants that were funded and provided his department with numerous resources including motor officers, crime prevention unit, crime analysis unit, bicycle patrols, and an equestrian unit. He was instrumental in automating the police department and in adding MDT’s to the patrol units. Larry has extensive experience in development of technology, media relations, public speaking, and developing leadership and management. He initiated a citizen volunteer program that has 100 volunteers that has saved the city millions of dollars since the program was implemented.

Larry is currently teaching for five different colleges and universities. He has taught classes in a variety of subject maters including: Police Ethics, Criminal Investigation, Juvenile Law and Procedures, Report Writing, Critical Incident Management, Homeland Security, Contemporary interviewing and Interrogation, Multiple Culture Law Enforcement, Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Management, and Thinking Critically.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email:lhansen@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 31, Report Preparation
Course material: Docushare

Gregory Hausmann
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
M.A., Emergency Services Administration

Greg has been a police officer, deputy sheriff and a correctional office. He has a Masters Degree in Emergency Services Administration and has taught for over 25 years. He has taught classes for the P.O.S.T. and at two police academies.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email:ghausmann@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 28, Juvenile Law and Procedures
Course material: Docushare

Mark Helms
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email:mhelms@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Course material: Docushare

Jeffrey Hislop
Professor
Bio:
A.A. San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California
B.A. San Jose State University, San Jose California
California P.O.S.T. Academy MJC, Modesto, California
Vocational Teaching Credential-Lifetime U.C. Berkeley, California

Professor Hislop is married with five children. He  retired from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office after twenty-six years in 1999 as a Lieutenant. He began teaching fulltime shortly after retiring following teaching as an adjunct professor since 1983.

Professor Hislop is the full-time lead instructor in the Administration of Justice Department. He has taught continuously in the P.O.S.T Academy since 1982. He currently teaches AJ 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 40, and 53.

Professor Hislop also has a private consulting and training firm – JRH Training and Consulting, providing law enforcement and corrections training nationwide. He is also an established Expert Witness in both Federal and Local Courts.

While at Delta College Jeffrey has served in both the Academic Senate, SJDC teachers union and has received both the CCA/CTA WHO award and Outstanding Faculty award.

Discipline: Administration of Justice, Corrections and Police Academy
Office Phone: (209) 954-5678
Office Location: Shima 201
email: jhislop@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 22, Concepts of Criminal Law
    Administration of Justice 23, Principles and Procedures of the Justice System
    Administration of Justice 24, Legal Aspects of Evidence
    Administration of Justice 25, Criminal Investigation
    Administration of Justice 40, Community Relations
    Administration of Justice 53, Correctional Interviewing and Interventions
Course material: Docushare

Leticia Infante
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
    B.S., Union Institute and University
    M.P.A., Bellevue University

Leticia has approximately 14 years of law enforcement experience and is currently employed as a full time Police Officer in the Central Valley.  Leticia has worked in several different fields within the criminal justice system which include Probation, Corrections and Patrol. 

Leticia began her professional career with the Stanislaus County Probation Department and has worked within the following specialized areas: Gang task force, Gang Intelligence Officer, Crisis Negotiator, School Resource Officer, Background Investigator and Peer Support. 

Leticia has earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Public Administration.

Leticia’s enjoys hiking, watching sports and spending time with her family.  Leticia’s desire is to enrich the lives of young people while assisting them in obtaining their educational goals. 

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: linfante@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Course material: Docushare

Eric Jones
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
   B.A. Union Institute & University, Sacramento, CA

Eric earned a bachelor of arts degree in Criminal Justice Management.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: ejones@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 24, Legal Aspects of Evidence
Course material: Docushare

Teresa Kahl
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. in Political Science from UCLA
M.A. in Criminal Justice from Chapman University 
Certificate of Graduate Studies in Business from Northcentral University   
Teresa Kahl has over 30 years of law enforcement experience, including ten years as a police officer for Los Angeles Police Department, where she worked a variety of positions and assignments, eventually promoting to field training officer. Teresa next worked as a criminal investigator for the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s (DA) Office and is currently at the Sacramento County DA’s Office. As an investigator, Teresa has worked cases related to fraud, child abduction, career criminal prosecution, gangs, homicides, and specialized investigations. Teresa has conducted in-service training for the Sacramento County DA’s office, the P.O.S.T. District Attorney Investigator Trial Preparation course, and various probation departments in Northern California. She has been an instructor and recruit training officer at the Yuba County Community College and is currently teaching at San Joaquin Delta Community College’s Police Academy and Administration of Justice program. Teresa taught for ten years in the College of Criminal Justice & Security at the University of Phoenix, serving as a lead faculty area chair from 2012 to 2014. Her most important goal in the classroom and training settings is to make learning fun and meaningful for the participant.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: tkahl@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Course material: Docushare

David Main
Associate Professor
Bio
A.A. San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California
B.A. St. Mary’s College of California
M.A. Chapman University
F.B.I National Academy

David recently transitioned from Police Chief and POST Academy Director here at San Joaquin Delta College to full time faculty. As Chief he oversaw the College District Police Department and POST Academy program.

David also served as Chief of Police with the Lodi Police Department.  During his twenty-eight years as a member of the department, David worked in a multitude of assignments including; Patrol, Investigations, Media Relations, Traffic, Watch Commander, District Commander and SWAT Commander. David also has extensive experience in social marketing, community outreach and leadership development.

As Police Chief, David was regarded as an active change agent with a participative leadership style and proven track record of improving organizational efficiency, developing community partnerships and enhancing customer service.  

David is involved in the community serving on the board of Directors for the Women’s Center of San Joaquin County as well as SUSD Public Safety Academy.

David is married with three children.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Office Location:  Shima 107
Email: dmain@deltacollege.edu
Courses Taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 22, Concepts of Criminal Law
    Administration of Justice 24, Legal Aspects of Evidence
    Administration of Justice 40, Community Relations
Docsu hare: https://docushare.deltacollege.edu/dsweb/View/Collection-12748

Tammie Murrell
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A., California State University, Sacramento
M.A., St. Mary's College, Moraga, California
FBI National Academy

Tammie is retired from a 30 year career in policing.  She worked for both the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office and the Stockton Police Department, where she retired as a Deputy Chief of Police.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Sacramento and a Master’s Degree in Leadership from St. Mary’s College, Moraga, CA.  She is a graduate of the Leadership Stockton Program, the California Peace Officers Training Supervisory Leadership Institute, Command College, and the FBI National Academy.

Tammie was born and raised in Stockton.  In addition to teaching Administration of Justice classes, she teaches in the Peace Officer Academy. She is active in the community serving on the United Way Board of Directors and has served as the Chair of the board.  She also volunteers with a nonprofit organization that focuses on reducing euthanasia rates, finding homes for dogs and cats at the City of Stockton Shelter, promoting responsible pet ownership, and operates a nonprofit spay/neuter clinic.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: tmurrell@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Administration of Justice 25, Criminal Investigation
Administration of Justice 40, Community Relations
Administration of Justice 41, Drugs and the Law
Course material: Docushare

Ronald Northup
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: rnorthup@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
     Administration of Justice
Course material: Docushare
Paul Pedersen
Bio:
A.A., Liberal Arts, San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, CA
B.A., Biblical Studies, Biola University, La Mirada, CA
M.A.S., Criminology, Law and Society, University of California, Irvine, CA

Paul began his professional career when he was hired in1983 by the Tracy Police Department as a patrol officer.  He worked there until his retirement in 2010 and held many jobs within the department.  Among them were Field Training Officer, Crisis Negotiator and School Resource Officer.  In 1990, Paul was asked to teach a class at the Delta College Police Academy, and he continues to teach there now.  He also began teaching Administration of Justice classes when the  Tracy campus opened and has been an adjunct instructor there ever since.  His passion is to enrich the lives of young people in a positive way and to further their educational goals.  He lives in Tracy with his wife Maggie and they have four children and four grandchildren to keep them busy.

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Email: ppedersen@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Course material: Docushare
Todd Patterson
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
email: tpatterson@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
     Administration of Justice
Course material: Docushare

Chris Piombo
Bio:

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Email: cpiombo@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 25, Criminal Investigation
Course material: Docushare

David Terry
Professor
Bio:
   B.A., Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
   M.A., Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

Straight out of high school Dave joined the United States Marines and honorably served his term of duty as a military police office. He then enrolled at Chabot College in Hayward, California. Dave earned a position on the Chabot football team. With a football scholarship he was able to continue his education at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and received his B.A. in sociology/criminology and his M.A. in sociology. His experience serving his country provided the skills needed to be hired by the Alameda County Probation Department where he was hired as a juvenile institutional officer. He worked for Alameda County for 20 years. With his educational background and practical experience in the field of Criminal Justice he was able to begin his teaching career in 1993 at his alma mater Chabot College. He also taught at Laney College in Oakland, California and Las Positas College in Livermore, California before being hired full-time at Delta College in 2006 as an instructor of Administration of Justice, History and Social Science.

Discipline: Administration of Justice, History and Sociology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5559
Office Location: Shima 313
email: dterry@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
    Administration of Justice 51, Introduction to Correctional Science
    Administration of Justice 54, Introduction to Probation and Parole
    Administration of Justice 55, Control and Supervision in Correction
    Administration of Justice 57, Legal Aspects/Corrections
    History 30A, African-American History to 1877
    History 30B, African-American History since 1877
    Sociology 1A, Introduction to Sociology
Course material: Docushare

Jared Zwickey
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
   B.A., Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California

Jared Zwickey is an Associate Professor in the Administration of Justice Discipline.  He is a graduate of Golden Gate University, the FBI Academy, and the California Command College.  He was the Director of Police Services at the Stockton Campus for the past fourteen years.  Jared has over thirty-eight years law enforcement experience as a law enforcement trainer, a police chief, middle manager, supervisor and officer with several California Police Agencies.  He currently teaches administration of justice classes at the Mountain House campus and firearms in the Police Academy.  

Discipline: Administration of Justice
Email:jzwickey@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Administration of Justice 21, Criminal Justice in Society
Course material: Docushare

 

 

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