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CSU Los Angeles (Criminal Justice)
Capella University (Master's)
I have over four years' experience as an Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor primarily teaching Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation, as well as Principles of Policing, Criminology, Transportation Security, Probation & Parole, Administrative Organizational Management, and Introduction to Criminal Justice. I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Cal State University, Los Angeles, with emphasis on Criminal Investigation and a Master of Science in Public Safety, with an emphasis in Criminal Justice from Capella University.
I have a certificate in Crime Scene Investigation from the University of California at Riverside (coursework focusing on methods of investigation, medico-legal death investigation, investigative methods, personal identification systems, physical evidence and photography) I belong to IAI (International Association for Identification), CSDIAI (California State Division of International Association for Identification, CHIA (California Homicide Investigator’s Association), and IACSI (International Association of Crime Scene Investigators). I am a Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS) and a Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF), as well as a licensed DMV Traffic Violator Instructor. I have extensive experience in social services, Probation, Corrections and Law Enforcement (worked as a 911 Dispatcher for Pomona Police Department for three years) that have provided me with a well-rounded background in the criminal justice field.
I have over four years' experience as an Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor primarily teaching Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation, as well as Principles of Policing, Criminology, Transportation Security,
Leanna has been wonderful in helping our son with his Criminal Justice class. She's knowledgeable, engaging and truly wants to help him learn. We can't thank Leanna enough for ALL of her help thus far.
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