Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Dr. Robert E. Tarwacki, Sr.

103 Commerce Street

Staten Island, NY 10314

ny2m@verizon.net

Home: 718-494-8736 Cell: 347-884-1103

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 

 2014 to Present Association of Inspectors General Administrative Advisor.

 2011 to Present Loyola University, New Orleans. Assistant Professor. Full time. Masters of Criminal Justice Administration Department. (See teaching experience below).

 1987 to 2012 - NY County District Attorneys Office Sr. Investigator. (Retired) Assigned to various investigative units including the Homicide Investigations Unit, Frauds Unit, Cybercrime/ID Theft Unit and Labor Racketeering Unit.

 1977 to 1987 - CDC Systems Director of Security In charge of corporate security for the all premises and coordinated internal and external investigations.

 1975 to 1976 - Palisades Interstate Parks Police Department Police Officer. Assigned to traffic and patrol duties.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2011 to present Loyola University Assistant Professor

 MSCJA-701 - Introduction to Criminal Justice Theory

 MSCJA-706 - Ethics and the Administration of Justice

 MSCJA-811 - Survey of Justice Administration

 MSCJA-812 - Bureaupathology

 MSCJA-815 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice

 MSCJA-853 Cyber Investigation and Forensic Management (course creator).

2004 to present - John Jay College of Criminal Justice - Assistant Professor

 PAD-760 - Court Administration (Graduate Program).

 PAD-758 Criminal Justice Ethics.

 PAD-754 - Investigation Techniques. (Cross listed as CRJ-754).

 PAD-739 - The Political Setting of Public Administration.

 PAD-705 - Organization Theory and Management.

 PAD-420 - Contemporary Issues in Court Admin. (Undergraduate Program).

 PAD-360 - Court Administration

 PAD-340 - Policy Analysis & Planning

2009 to present Saint Peters College Adjunct Professor

 CJA-285 Criminal Corrections Systems

 CJA-419 Terrorism and Threat Assessment

 CJA-520 Criminal Justice Ethics

 CJA-650 Research Methods

2009 to 2011 MRCC Solutions, Inc. Subject Matter Expert.

(Developing on-line criminal justice courses for college students.)

 OCJ-1558 - Law Enforcement Operations & Community Policing

 OCJ-3631 - Comparative Criminal Justice Systems

 OCJ-2705 - Homeland Security and Terrorism

 OCJ-4631 Police Supervision & Management

 OCJ-4651 Selected Topics in Investigation

 OCJ-4661 Restorative Justice

2005 to 2006 - Boston University. Master of Criminal Justice Program.

 CJ-631 - Youth Crimes Problems. Online Facilitator.

 

EDUCATION

 

 Doctor of Criminal Justice, 2011. The Graduate Center, CUNY at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Specialization in Inspection and Oversight.

 Master of Criminal Justice, 2004. Boston University, Boston, MA.

 Bachelor of Science, Police Science, 1994. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, New York, NY.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

 (2013) - Cybercrime Investigation Procedure. In Official ISC2 Guide to the CCFP CBK, Rebecca Price, Ed., Auerbach Publications, New York, NY. (forthcoming).

 (2013) - Administrative Investigations. In Official ISC2 Guide to the CCFP CBK, Rebecca Price, Ed., Auerbach Publications, New York, NY. (forthcoming).

 (2013) The Big Data Paradigm. In Official ISC2 Guide to the CCFP CBK, Rebecca Price, Ed., Auerbach Publications, New York, NY. With Dr. Vincenzo Sainato. (forthcoming)

 (2012) The Polygraph in Criminal Investigations. Webinar. Loyola University, NOLA.

 (2012) Labor Racketeering Investigation. Webinar. Loyola University, NOLA.

 (2011) Perceptions of Quality in Criminal Investigation: Police Investigators, Supervisors and Prosecutors. ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing, Ann Arbor, MI.

 (2008) Police Stress, in The Encyclopedia of Social Problems, Vincent Parillo, Ed. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.

 (1999) In Defense of the .38 Special, The NarcOfficer Magazine, The International Narcotics Enforcement Officers Association, Albany, NY.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 

 Investigating Excellence: Identifying the Factors that Constitute a Quality Investigation.

 Fear and Aggression in Law Enforcement Work.

 Dynamic Entry Teams: An assessment of their effect upon officer safety.

 Confidential Informants: Ethical Considerations for the Practitioner

 Effectiveness of the 1997 Federal Assault Weapons Ban.

 Origins and Outcomes of Social Movements.

 Assessing semi-automatic pistols for issuance to Police Officers.

 Assessing 9mm projectiles for suitability of use in police firearms.

 Chemical Restraints: The use of psychotropic meds in controlling the behavior of delinquent juveniles.

 Methods of secure shipment compromise in the Armored Car Industry.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

 National Armored Car Association Annual Conference, New York City, NY 1986. Presented a statistical analysis of methods of secure shipment compromise compiled over a one-year period of time.

 Academy of Certified Polygraphists Annual Seminar, Hershey, PA 1995. Presented a paper on the use of the polygraph for examining confidential informants in major narcotics and homicide investigations.

 

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL OR RELATED EXPERIENCE/TRAINING

 

 Basic Police Office Training Course, NYS DCJS BMP MPTC at John Jay College, Office of Special Programs. 1988.

 Professional Polygraphist Training Course, National Training Center for Polygraph Science New York, NY. 1985.

 Firearms Instructors Training Course, NYPD Police Academy Firearms and Tactics Section, Rodmans Neck, NY. 1989.

 Dignitary Protection Course, NYPD Intelligence Division. New York, NY. 1990.

 The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation, John C. Reid Associates at the NYC Department of Investigation, New York, NY. 1995.

 Online Facilitators Training Course, Boston University/Embanet Corp. Boston, MA. 2005.

 Certificate: Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies. FEMA Emergency Management Institute: IS-00015.A 1/08.

 Certificate: Introduction to the Incident Command System. FEMA Emergency Management Institute: IS-00100 1/08.

 Certificate: Incident Command System for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents. FEMA Emergency Management Institute. IS-00200 1/08.

 Certificate: Emergency Planning. FEMA Emergency Management Institute. IS-00235 1/08.

 Certificate: National Incident Management System; An Introduction. FEMA Emergency Management Institute: IS-00700 1/08.

 Certificate: National Response Plan; An Introduction. FEMA Emergency Management Institute: IS-00800.A 1/08.

 Certificate: National Disaster Medical Systems (NDMS) Federal Coordinating Center

 Operations. FEMA Emergency Management Institute: IS-01900.A 5/08.

 Certificate: DNA Evidence: Investigators & Technicians. Presidents DNA Initiative. 5/08

 Certificate: Forensic DNA for Officers of the Court. Presidents DNA Initiative. 5/08

 Certificate: Intro to Conspiracy Investigations. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Intro to Interview and Interrogation. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Ethical Issues and Decisions in Law Enforcement. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Surveillance Operations. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Risk Management and Violence in Undercover Operations. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Police Intelligence. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Command and Control Overview. Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College. 16 hour on-line course. 8/09.

 Certificate: Cyber-Investigation: Identifying and Seizing Electronic Evidence. National White Collar Crime Center. Hosted by NY County DA, April 13, 2009

 Certificate: Cyber-Investigation: Secure Techniques for Onsite Preview. National White Collar Crime Center. Hosted by NY County DA, Feb. 9 & 10, 2010

 

 

SKILLS

 

 Most Microsoft Software applications. (i.e., Word, Excel, Outlook, XP, etc.)

 Black Board teaching platform v6, v8 and v9.1.

 Basic computer networking, repair and configuration.

 Forensic Computer Examination.

 Electronic surveillance equipment.

 Court recognized expert: Police firearms and tactics.

 Court recognized expert: Structure of violent narcotics gangs.

 

 

LANGUAGES

 

 Speak, read and write in Russian.

 Classical Latin.

 

 

HONORS, AWARDS, GRANTS

 

 2013 Nominated for John Jay College Distinguished Teaching Award.

 2010 Unit Citation Labor Racketeering Unit - NYC Detective Investigators Association.

 2006 Recipient of CUNY Teaching Fellowship.

 2005 Recipient of the Arthur Niederhoffer Memorial Fellowship.

 Graduated from Boston University with 3.8 GPA, Master of Criminal Justice Program.

 Graduated Cum Laude from John Jay College Undergraduate Program.

 Received a New York State Regents Scholarship.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

 The American Society of Criminology Member.

 Academy of Certified Polygraphists Distinguished Fellow. New York, NY. (since 1986)

 American Police Hall of Fame Recipient. LE Purple Heart, Legion of Valor.

 International Association of Chiefs of Police Associate Member.

 The Association of Inspectors General Member

 

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