Prof. Charles Kaski holds a M.S. in criminal justice administration from the University of Colorado and a B.A. in criminology from the University of New Mexico. Over the last 20 years, Prof. Kaski has served in a multitude of security related public sector fields such as Homeland Security, U.S. Military Intelligence, Emergency Management, Probation & Parole, and Juvenile Criminal Offender Case Management. As a public service leader and law enforcement officer, he is a passionate and active member of the criminal justice field. With an array of practical real-world leadership experience, Prof. Kaski enjoys educating and training young adults to become successful officers in the criminal justice field.
As an adjunct faculty member Prof. Kaski has taught Causes of Crime, Restorative Community Justice, Cognitive-Behavioral Restructuring, and Criminogenic Risk Factors. With each course, he strives to ensure that students are engaged, focused, and determined to succeed. He believes the study of criminology is an exciting but ever changing and dynamic field. It requires motivated individuals to inspire and lead by example. It is not enough to simply sit behind a desk and lecture to students. He believes the justice field needs students that are not only structured and academically disciplined but are also capable of thinking critically.