- Criminal Justice
- Homeland Security
- Counter-terrorism operations
- local and federal law enforcement
- maritime law enforcement
- Coast Guard law enforcement
- criminology research
- narcotics task force operations
- criminal law
- research on effectively managing police stress.
About Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Dr. Jarrod Sadulski is a Criminal Justice adjunct faculty member in the School of Security & Global Studies and holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice. Jarrod has experience in both federal law enforcement; which includes experience in international counter-narcotics operations, homeland security operations, police patrol operations, and plain-clothes robbery surveillance operations. Jarrod has served in a Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Industry Advisory Council in Washington D.C. and was awarded the Global War on Terror Service Medal and Officer of the Year Award. He conducts research and presentations on topics related to effectively managing police stress throughout a police career.
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In addition to being a faculty member and APUS alumni, Jarrod has been a member of the APUS Scholarship of Learning and Teaching Committee and the Global Mentor Network Program. Jarrod is also a University Ambassador and supports students in their pursuit of their education and career goals through providing coaching and mentorship.