After completing a 28-year career as a federal agent, Doug Green retired from his position as a special agent and digital forensic examiner with Homeland Security Investigations, and joined the faculty of the Department of Criminal Justice. In his years working as a law enforcement practitioner Dr. Green was involved in investigating a wide range of offenses, including a variety of crimes relating to the use of computers and the internet. His interests are largely informed by his experiences as an investigator, and include traumatic stress reactions as experienced by law enforcement officers, issues in cybercrime, the relationship between child pornography possession and pedophilic contact offenses, and the ethics and practice of immigration law enforcement.
Dr. Green holds a BA in psychology from the University of Rochester, MA degrees in forensic psychology and criminal justice from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a PhD in criminal justice from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Capstone Seminar: Critical Issues in Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice Research Methods
Cyber-Investigations, Digital Forensics, and the Law
Introduction to Law Enforcement
Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and Global Security