Dr. H. Christian Breede CD

Visting Faculty, TRSS Professional Master's Program
Associate Professor, Political Science (The Royal Military College of Canada)
Deputy Director, Centre for International and Defence Policy (Queen's University)

Research Interests:  Defence and Security policy analysis, implications upon social cohesion of emerging technology, analysis of military culture

                                                                                       Courses Taught:  TRSS 731 Policy Making and Decision Analysis in Counter-Terrorism and Security Studies
                                                                                       (Summer 2021)


Dr. Raymond R. Corrado

Professor, Criminology

Dr. Richard Frank
Assistant Professor, School of Criminology
Director, International CyberCrime Research Centre (ICCRC)

Research interests: Cybercrime, hackers' and extremists' use of the internet, data-mining and classification, computational criminology, environmental criminology.

Courses taught: CRIM 742 G100 Cybersecurity (Fall 2016, Spring 2018, Spring 2019 & Summer 2020)

Dr. Stephen Hart

Professor, Psychology
Director, TRSS Professional Master's Program
Professor, Department of Psychology
Associate Member, School of Criminology

Research Interests: Psychology and law, psychopathy, mentally disordered offenders, violence risk, wife assault, psychological assessment, personality disorder.

Courses taught: CRIM 721 G100 Psychological Assessment of Risk for Terrorism and Group-Based Violence (Spring 2019)

Mr. Scott Newark
Vice Chair/ Operations, National Security Group
Editorial Board of FrontLine Security 

Courses taught: CRIM 720 G100 Fundamentals of Security Risk Management (Summer 2020); CRIM 730 G100 Terrorism and Civil Liberties: Canadian, Comparative and International Perspectives (Summer 2017, Summer 2018 & Summer 2020); TRSS 731 G100 Policy Making and Decision Analysis in Counter-Terrorism and Security Studies (Summer 2020)

Dr. Roger P. Warren
Assistant Professor, School of Criminology

Research interests and areas of MA supervision:  Arab and Western foreign fighters, radicalization, Islamist terrorism, the ideology of political Islam, 'suicide' and/or 'martyrdom' operations, Arabic language social media. 

Courses taught:  CRIM 710 Current Issues in Terrorism (Summer 2019; Spring 2020); CRIM 711 Radicalization and Recruitment to Terrorism (Autumn 2018; Spring 2020); CRIM 720 Fundamentals of Security Risk Management (Autumn 2019; Summer 2020).