The IPSCJ is proud to announce the arrival of internationally-acclaimed policing expert, Dr Ross Wolf, as an associate.
Currently based at the University of Central Florida as Associate Dean in the College of Health and Public Affairs, and Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Dr Wolf also serves on the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Police Administration Committee, and on the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) Reserve Law Enforcement Officer Committee.
Holder of the United States Presidential Daily Point of Light Award, the National Sheriffs’ Association Medal of Merit and the Presidential Lifetime Call to Service Award, Dr Wolf joins the IPSCJ as a celebrated leader in the field of public safety. Read his biography, here.
Dr Wolf has joined the IPSCJ to work directly on the Institute’s International Study in to leadership and strategic management of volunteers in policing.
IPSCJ Director, Laura Knight, said:
“For the Institute to secure an associate of Ross’s calibre shows the high-esteem we are held in around the world – we’re thrilled to have someone of Ross’s standing on board.
“Ross will lead our research in the US around volunteers in policing, a project that will significantly contribute to improvements in the way police forces across the globe work with, maintain and improve volunteers within public service.”