"MindTap has helped my student to become fully engaged in the subject matter and has fostered cooperative classroom activities."
David Levine has over 35 years of combined law enforcement and academic experience. Teaching both undergraduate and graduate-level courses in criminal justice, David serves as an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at New Mexico State University @Dona Ana and previously served as N.M.S.U. Program Coordinator and an instructor for the U.S. Department of State, I.N.L. International Law Enforcement Academy at Roswell, New Mexico. He earned his M.S. degree from New Mexico State University and a B.S. degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City. He retired in 2004 after a 23 year career in law enforcement in New York City and Westchester County N.Y. His teaching curriculum includes courses in Policing, Criminal Investigations, Emergency Planning and Response, Staff Misconduct and Workplace Violence, Arson and Bomb Investigation, American Judiciary and Comparative Criminal Justice taught in London England. His research interests are Workplace Violence, Multiculturalism in Law Enforcement, Hate Crimes and Bias Incidents.
David uses MindTap in his Criminal Justice classes because it provides for easy and total engagement of his students thus attaining comprehension of C.J. concepts. Additionally the ability to assess each student's progress throughout the semester is easier.
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