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Fall 2020

Section 1151 of AJ21
Introduction to Administration of Justice -- : Aug 18 - Dec 08 2020

Teaching this Fall 2020

AJ21, Introduction to Administration of Justice (on line).

Required Textbook:   Intro to Criminal Justice, Rennison, Sage Publications, ISBN: 9781544330723

Master's of Public Administration 1993
Cal State Long Beach

Bachelor's of Criminal Justice 1988
Cal State Long Beach

Vince has been with SRJC since 2006. He has mostly been teaching at the Public Safety Training Center in a variety of disciplines for the basic and extended format police academies, field training officer school, custody academy, park ranger academy and animal control academy.  In 2009, he began to teach semester-length classes (AJ21, AJ52, AJ53 and AJ55) at the Santa Rosa and Petaluma Campuses.

Vince began his career with the El Segundo Police Department as a police cadet in 1984. In 1989, he graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's academy and began a rewarding career as a deputy sheriff in LA. After many worthwhile assignments, he left in 1999 and moved to Sonoma County and began his career with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department. He served as a detective, FTO and finished his uniform career on graveyard shift patrol.  Vince is currently a California State Investigator with the DMV, investigating a variety of crimes that have a connection to DMV.

Vince has been working with the State of California on developing and revising academy testing and training standards for police officers throughout the state.

Vince also teaches fitness classes and believes in living a healthy lifestyle.  He also enjoys spending time with his two beautiful daughters. They love country living in west Sonoma County and enjoy the theater and all manner of outdoor activities.

I'm sorry that Fall of 2020 will not put me back into a classroom to teach AJ21, but I'm looking forward to connecting with my students online.  If you are on the waitlist, be patient as I'm sure you'll get a spot in class.

For registered Fall 2020 students in AJ21, I'll be sending you emails a few weeks prior to class starting.  If you are not familar with Canvas, please begin to prepare yourself by going through the school's distance learning website to learn about basic navigation and other skills.