Adjunct Professor, School of Public and Global Affairs
- Impact of Terrorist on School Safety
- Managing Organization Change
- Community Policing and Problem Solving
- Emergency Management Safety and Administration
- Administrative Leadership in Complex Organizations
- Criminal Justice
- Emergency Management
- Homeland Security
- Educational Leadership
- AS, Brookdale Community College
- BA, Fairleigh Dickinson University
- MAS, Fairleigh Dickinson University
- EdS, Seton Hall University
- EdD(c), Seton Hall University
Professor Christopher J. York has worked in Law Enforcement for 25 years. He has received extensive training in leadership and administration, public administration and management, policy management, police training, school crisis management, bias crime and gang intelligence, emergency management, community policing, police communications and 911, and emergency medical services.
Professor York has held the ranks of Patrolman, Sergeant, and presently holds the rank of Lieutenant at the Rumson Police Department. In addition to his career in Law Enforcement, Prof York is a College Professor at Monmouth University, Brookdale Community College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a Senior Police Academy Instructor.
Professor York has two Graduate Degrees in Administrative Science/Public Administration (Fairleigh Dickinson) and a Master’s as an Educational Specialist/Ed.S (Seton Hall University) and a certificate as a certified public manager. He is presently a Doctoral Candidate at Seton Hall University completing his dissertation in Educational Leadership and Administration.
Professor York teaches the Criminal Justice Internship Courses, Criminal Justice Special Project, and Introduction to Criminal Justice here at Monmouth. Prof York is a graduate of the FBI Mid Atlantic Law Enforcement Executives Development Seminar at Princeton University and received the Trilogy Leadership Award from FBI LEEDA in 2018.
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