Christopher Drew, executive board member of the Center for the Enrichment of Learning and Teaching, is an instructor and Homeland Security Program Coordinator in the History and Social Sciences Department. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice at New Jersey City University, his Master’s Degree in Education (Administration & Supervision) from Seton Hall University, and his Doctor of Science Degree in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy from New Jersey City University. Since the fall of 1999, he has been working as a law enforcement consultant, law enforcement trainer, adjunct professor, and full-time professor, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, policing, juvenile justice, criminology, and gangs.
Published Dissertation 2016 – “Assessing the Vulnerability of Private and Public College Campuses in New Jersey to Domestic Terrorist Attacks”
In addition, he has assessed the academic programs of the New Jersey State Police Training Academy, N.J. Department of Corrections Training Academy, and the N.J. Juvenile Justice Commission Training Academy.