Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast: Dr. Steve Morreale - Educator, Retired Federal Agent & Creator of The CopDoc Podcast
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I am so excited to have my next guest on the show. My friend Dr. Steve Morreale stopped by. Dr. Morreale is a College Professor and Educator, a retired Federal Agent of many years of dedicated service and the host of the AMAZING podcast – The CopDoc Podcast.
In this show, Steve and I talk about a variety of topics regarding the Criminal Justice System, and how YOU can become BETTER personally and professionally.
Dr. Stephen A. Morreale is Chair and Full Professor of Criminal Justice at Worcester State University. He serves as a facilitator for leadership sessions for police and public managers with Roger Williams University with the Justice System Training and Research Institute and the Leadership Institute. Since 2002, he has been a Contributing Faculty Member and Doctoral Mentor with the School of Public Policy and Administration at Walden University, teaching public management and criminal justice courses and supervising doctoral dissertations.
Dr. Morreale served in law enforcement for 30 years, retiring as Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Investigations, Inspector General. For 20 years, he served with the Drug Enforcement Administration, serving as a special agent and managing agent in enforcement groups, and as Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Financial Investigations Section in New England. He served with the Dover, New Hampshire Police Department, and the U.S. Army Military Police Corps, as an M.P. and Military Police Investigator in the U.S. and Europe, during the Viet Nam era.
Dr. Morreale holds a doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University, a Masters’ Degree in Public Administration from Golden Gate University and a Bachelors’ Degree from Boston State College, now UMass Boston.
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