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Dr. Tino Posillico, Professor of Criminal Justice

Dr. Tino Posillico

Professor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
 posilltj@farmingdale.edu
 631-420-2091
 Sinclair Hall
 Tue: 3:00pm-5:00pm, Wed: 1:00-2:00pm and Fri: 3:00-5:00pm

Education

1986 - Ph.D.   Major: Computational Simulation & Modeling in Fluid Dynamics
                      Minor: Mathematics, Thermodynamics
                      Polytechnic Institute of New York

1981 - M.S.    Polytechnic Institute of New York

1978 - B.S.     Polytechnic Institute of New York

Biography

Dr. Tino Posillico holds a Ph.D. in Experimental & Computational Modeling. His area of specialty was in Aerospace Engineering and Design. In the past, he worked for General Applied Science Laboratory, NASA and Brookhaven National Laboratory. He also taught at Hofstra University and SUNY Old Westbury.  He was the first Academic Director for the CISCO Academy and the Institute for Networking Systems Technology and Education Programs on campus. He is also a member of Protect New York, a criminal justice and police operations research organization. In addition, he is also the Faculty Advisor for Kappa Chi, the SUNY Farmingdale Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. He is on the review board of the Journal of Applied Security Research: An International Journal of Police - Security Operations & Practices. He is also the Co-Chair of the Homeland Security Region industry Council of Long Island Science, Technology and Engineering Mathematics Hub. Currently, is a Dual Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Department and The Department of Law Enforcement Technology and Security Systems. 

Research/Publications

Dr. Tino Posillico presented a research paper, Fourth Generation Warfare Tactics: Are Metropolitan Police Operationally Ready?, at the 2016 International Police Executive Symposium, Aug, 2016, George Washington University, Washington D.C.

Awards/Grants

Title III Grant on Teaching Methodologies, titled "Computer Forensics -- Making It Real"

Courses

CRJ 115 Computer Forensics I

CRJ 217 Computer Forensics II

CRJ 218 Computer Forensic III

CRJ 307 Database Operations

CRJ 406 Crime Analysis and Mapping

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