Take a Criminal Justice Cruise Course in Alaska
August 27, 2007
May 17-24, 2008
Location: On board the Norwegian Star (Departing from Seattle, WA)
Tuition: To be announced
Registration: Click Here
Includes a comprehensive overview of the legal issues attendent to international terrorism, examining
- the "War on Terrorism"
- tension between approaches based on criminal law enforcement versus a military or warrior basis.
- the interrelationship between United States law and international law and agreements.
- current efforts in counter-terrorism.
Course Description & Requirements
An intense five day course on Legal Issues in Terrorism for working professionals. This dynamic interactive course is taught by retired FBI Special Agent Joe Navarro and Professor Peter Wubbenhorst, under the auspices of Saint Leo University's Institute for Excellence in Criminal Justice Administration.
Upon successful completion of this course, all students will be awarded a certificate of completion from Saint Leo University. Upon approval of your agency administrator, this course may be used to satisfy the training requirements as mandated by the Criminal Justice Standards Training Council in Florida.
The course name and number of instruction hours must be entered on the CJSTC 74 Form under Section 6. A copy of the certificate must be retained by the submitting agency as proof of attendance.
Students will be required to obtain and read a selected textbook (title to be announced). Once selected, the book will be available at Saint Leo University's Campus Store, (352) 588-8344. Students will be tested on their knowledge of the material presented and will be required to participate in all classroom instruction to be certified.
For additional information regarding this course or any other criminal justice courses offered by Saint Leo University, please contact Barry Glover, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (813) 310-4365.
Joe Navaro- (FBI Special Agent, retired) is an internationally recognized expert on nonverbal communications and interviewing as well as an educator.
Mr. Navarro served in the National Security Division’s Behavioral Analysis program where he practiced and taught the art of interviewing and deciphering nonverbal communications for most of his career. Mr. Navarro remains a consultant to the FBI as well as the Department of State, the Department of Defense, and other members of the intelligence community, in the area of behavioral analysis and interviewing.
Mr. Navarro has published widely within the intelligence community. His articles have been published in the UCLA Chicano Law Review and the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Mr. Navarro recently coauthored the book “Advanced Interviewing Techniques' with John Schafer. Mr. Navarro is on the adjunct faculty at the National College of District Attorneys and has been on the adjunct faculty at Saint Leo University since 1998.
Peter R. Wubbenhorst - Peter R. Wubbenhorst, Esq. has been an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Pre-Law Advisor at Saint Leo University since 2002. Professor Wubbenhorst retired as a Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI in 2002, after 22 years of service. For the last 11 years, he was the Chief Division Counsel for the FBI Tampa Division, where he was actively involved in every facet of the FBI's jurisdiction, including complex terrorism investigations. Earlier in his career, Professor Wubbenhorst was assigned to the Alexandria, Virginia and Washington, D.C. offices, where he worked violent crimes, fugitives, crimes on military bases, and public corruption. Professor Wubbenhorst was the chief Case Agent on the successful investigation and prosecution of Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry in 1990. He received numerous honors during his FBI career, including the prestigious United States Attorney's Award, presented by the Attorney General.
Professor Wubbenhorst is a retired Navy Reserve JAG Commander, and had tours as prosecutor, defense attorney, and appellate attorney. Prior to law school, he spent 4 years active duty as an officer in the U.S. Army Infantry. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree cum laude in 1977 from Cumberland School of Law of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He was an Editor of the Cumberland Law Review, and was selected for the Curia Honoris academic/service award.
Professor Wubbenhorst is a member of the Virginia Bar, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. Court of Military Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Virginia. He is also a member of IACP, Florida Association of Police Attorneys (FAPA), Society of Former Agents of the FBI, PBA, and the Military Officers Association of America.
To register, please download the registration form here. Word document Forward by mail to:
Ms. Yvonne Miller
Saint Leo University
University Campus- MC2067
PO Box 6655
Saint Leo, Florida 33574-6665