Dr. Jeff Czarnec

Associate Dean, Social Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University
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Dr. Jeff Czarnec served with the City of Manchester, New Hampshire Police Department from 1979 to 2002. He embarked upon his second career as an assistant professor of criminal justice for Hesser College, where he had served as an adjunct since 1996. He has worked at Southern New Hampshire University for approximately 9 years.

During his career as a Police Officer in the largest city north of Boston, he served in a variety of roles. He has presented at a variety of local, regional and national venues on myriad of subjects ranging from but not limited to TQM and public service, ethnography and organized crime, financial exploitation of the elderly, diversity in policing and reading science. He has developed and delivered seminars and articles focusing on cultural competency, communication theory, monochronic vs polychronic learners, reading science, working memory and authenticity of content. Currently he is co-authoring a textbook chapter focused on mental health and the criminal justice system.

Dr. Czarnec holds a BS in Criminal Justice from Saint Anselm College, an MS in Human Services Administration from Springfield College and a doctoral degree in leadership studies with a focus on cultural criminology from Franklin Pierce College.

He was given the Governor’s award in 2003 for his work fighting elder abuse and fraud.

Dr. Czarnec can speak as a subject matter expert in the areas of risk and learning, online learning, criminological aspects of behavior, cultural competence and criminal justice. Media members interested in contacting him for an interview should email media@snhu.edu.

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