OIEP-affiliated Faculty and Instructors

Robert Apel, PhD, teaches the course “Criminal Justice” (CCJS600) at Nanjing Normal University, China.

Kenneth Apfel teaches the course “Leadership in Groups and Organizations” (PUAF699G) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Michael Becker provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the fields of terrorism and counter-terrorism.

Rusty Capps, a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent who now consults widely, provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the fields of terrorism, counter-terrorism and homeland security.

Laura Dugan, PhD, teaches the course “Statistical Tools for Criminal Justice” (CCJS611) at Nanjing Normal University, China; additionally, she provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the fields of terrorism and counter-terrorism.

Elizabeth Duke, PhD, teaches the course “Public Management & Leadership” (PUAF711) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Beau Kilmer, PhD, teaches the course “Drugs and Crime” (CCJS680) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Gary LaFree, PhD, teaches the course “Criminal Justice” (CCJS600) at Nanjing Normal University, China, and the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Daniel Matthew Levin, PhD, provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the field of education.

David Maimon, PhD, teaches the course “Criminal Justice System Planning” (CCJS720) at Nanjing Normal University, China.

Thomas Mauriello provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the fields of criminology and criminal justice, including the use of expert testimony and scientific evidence in the U.S. court system.

Felicia Metz, J.D., provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations on U.S. intellectual property law and technology transfer.

Kiminori Nakamura, PhD, teaches the course “Criminology” (CCJS651) at Nanjing Normal University, China.

Githa Natarajan, M.Sc., provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the field of education.

Carol Pearson, PhD, teaches the course “Leadership” (PUAF692) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Lauren Porter, PhD, teaches the course “Criminal Justice” (CCJS600) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam, and the course “Program Evaluation for Criminal Justice” (CCJS605) at Nanjing Normal University, China.

Diana Rehfeldt, MA and M.Ed, provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the field of education.

Lawrence Sherman, PhD, teaches the course “Policing” (CCJS601) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Sally Simpson, PhD, is Chair of the University of Maryland's Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice; in that capacity, she supervises all academic aspects of the UMD-Nanjing Normal University joint Master's degree in Criminal Justice and teaches the course “Policy Analysis” (CCJS604) at the University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A.

Gary Sweeten, PhD, teaches the course “Statistical Tools for Criminal Justice” (CCJS611) at Nanjing Normal University, China.

John Watson provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the field of education.

David Wheatley, MA, co-teaches the course “Leadership in Groups and Organization” (PUAF699G) at the People's Police Academy in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Ying Alice Zhang provides short-term training for visiting overseas delegations in the field of education.