Christopher J. Drew, D.Sc.  Instructor Criminal Justice/Homeland Security – Middlesex County College

Christopher J. Drew, D.Sc.

Instructor Criminal Justice/Homeland Security – Middlesex County College

Dr. Drew began his career in criminal justice in 1983. He has worked in Corrections (N.J. State Department of Corrections – Office of the State Ombudsman), Parole (New Jersey State Parole Board), and Policing (Port Authority Police of N.Y. & N.J.).  He retired out of the PATH – Emergency Services Unit, which was the most highly trained unit in the police department.

Since the fall of 1999, Dr. Drew has been working as a law enforcement consultant, law enforcement trainer, adjunct professor, and full-time professor, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, civil security leadership, emergency management, juvenile justice, criminology, gangs, etc. Additionally, in 2004, he began teaching on-line college criminal justice courses, and began to also develop on-line courses as well. Currently, he is a full-time Instructor at Middlesex County College and Coordinator of the Homeland Security Program, Adjunct Professor in the National Securities Studies Program at New Jersey City University, and he also works at Thomas Edison State University, where he serves as an Adjunct Mentor in the Criminal Justice Program. In addition, he served on the Heavin School of Arts & Sciences Curriculum Committee at TESU, and he also evaluates law enforcement academy programs for college credit.

Professional Experience

Corrections, Parole, and Policing

Education & Professional Certifications

  • D.Sc. (Civil Security Leadership, Management & Policy), New Jersey City University, 2016
  • M.Ed. (Administration & Supervision), Seton Hall University, 1999
  • B.S.  Criminal Justice, New Jersey City University, 1996

Scholarly Activity

  • Published Dissertation 2016 – “Assessing the Vulnerability of Private and Public College Campuses in New Jersey to Domestic Terrorist Attacks”