I teach from an analytical perspective and am interested in criminal intelligence analysis and geospatial intelligence, especially related to organized crime and terrorism.
Greg has over twenty-five years of hands-on law enforcement and educational experience in intelligence. He has both developed operational intelligence concerning criminal activities and selected, trained, and supervised analysts in a criminal intelligence center. Greg has wide-ranging practical experience reviewing analytical products and providing team guidance on planning and developing intelligence and analytical products. He has extensive experience teaching intelligence and analytical techniques to college students as well as intelligence analysts and law enforcement personnel. Greg’s doctoral research focused on the role of law enforcement in homeland security. He is a certified criminal analyst and has published articles relating to criminal intelligence analysis, geospatial intelligence, organized crime, and terrorism.
Upcoming Course Offerings
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 594A: Culminating Experiences in Geospatial Intelligence|
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 596I: Independent Study in Geospatial Intelligence|
|Fall 1, 2022||GEOG 885: Advanced Analytic Methods in Geospatial Intelligence|
|Fall 2, 2022||GEOG 594B: Geospatial Intelligence Capstone Experience|
|Fall 2, 2022||GEOG 596I: Independent Study in Geospatial Intelligence|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 594A: Culminating Experiences in Geospatial Intelligence|
|Spring 1, 2023||GEOG 596I: Independent Study in Geospatial Intelligence|