Liberty University (Criminal Justice)
My name is Gene K. I have an Associates Degree and Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice. After spending nearly 10 years in law enforcement, I would like to share me experiences with those aspiring to help their communities. I have held positions in patrol, community policing, street crimes unit, and have served on the S.W.A.T. team and Honor Guard Unit. My experience is with local, state, and federal investigations. One of the beautiful things about criminal justice is the multitude of disciplines that apply. Some will include history, philosophy, sociology, psychology, and correctional views.
In short, I want to help YOU succeed! No matter whether you want to be a law enforcement/correctional officer, criminal justice professional, or just want some help, I am here to help you attain your goals.
I am also available for other topics as well. Feel free to reach out to me if there are other topics you would be interested in as well.
Science and its many subjects help us understand our natural world. A competent study will show that everything is relational. Often times, there are "disconnects" in the relational qualities. Aside from recognizing material, it's important to have the information come full circle. Only then can it all make sense. I plan on learning from you too!
After initially meeting someone, the way we communicate says a lot about us. It denotes our education level and can tell so much more about you.
My experience in law enforcement and willingness to help individuals is what would set me apart from other. I truly enjoy helping people and teaching is an important aspect being a week-rounded individual.
I encourage you to shop around when it comes to tutors. Not everyone learns the same way. Be diligent and do what's best for you. If you have any questions, please let me know. I have a very flexible schedule and will tailor a plan to you. In the end, learning should be fun, exciting, and interesting. Let me help you reach your highest potential!! Hello,
My name is Gene K. I have an Associates Degree and Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice. After spending nearly 10 years in law enforcement, I would like to share me experiences with those aspiring to help
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I am a 10 year veteran of the law enforcement profession. I have an associated and bachelors degree in criminal justice. I have been involved in countless local, state, and federal investigations. I enjoy teaching and would strive to help relate to students in a positive learning environment.