Faculty and Staff

 

Expert Instructors

Our instructors are all either current or former law enforcement officers, attorneys, dispatchers, correctional or probation officers, security managers, or forensic experts. We have experts in all facets of criminalistics, fingerprinting, crime scene photography, investigations, management, dispatch, court system and patrol work. Our instructors are listed in this web site.

 

Tina Young

 

 Professor Tina Young, MFS, Certified Bloodstain Pattern Analyst

AOJ Department Coordinator and Forensic Technology Professor

619-644-7837

Textbook: Crime Scene Investigation: The Forensic Technician's Field Manual

 

Office Hours: 

Office hours will resume when the fall semester begins.  Please email tina.young@gcccd.edu for more info.

 

Please note:  I will be checking email periodically but may be delayed during vacation days.  Thank you for your patience.  If you need immediate assistance, please email, janice.fischer@gcccd.edu.

 

 

Michael Stewart, M.P.P.A.
Associate Professor
619-644-7619 

 

Kelly Menck, J.D.
AOJ Instructor

619-644-7321

 

Sharon Sampson, MS
AOJ Instructor, Internship Coordinator

619-644-7072

 

 

Classified Staff

 

Bobby Morris

Interim Forensic Lab Technician II

619-644-7306

 

 

 

Adjunct Instructors

 

Adam Houg

Adjunct Instructor, Senior Latent Print Examiner, San Diego Sheriff’s Regional Crime Laboratory, 

Forensic Technology

 

Bryanna Toussaint

Forensic Services Supervisor, Escondido Police Department; Basic Forensic Photography

 

Chris Ellis

San Diego Police Dept. Lt., retired; PC 832 Laws of Arrest, Criminal Evidence, Criminal Investigations

 

Diane Do

Latent Print Examiner, SDSO Crime Lab; Adjunct Professor, Fingerprinting 

 

Heriberto Quibrera

Senior Officer U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Customs & Border Protection; Adjunct Professor, Corrections Academy

 

Joe Lucero

Lt., San Diego Sheriff's Office, Retired; Intro to AOJ, Police Academy & PC 832 Laws of Arrest

 

John Farrell

Field and Evidence Specialist, Carlsbad PD; Basic Fingerprint Identification

 

Julie McCawley-Self

Supervising Probation Officer Juvenile Field Services; Corrections Academy

 

Keith Sears

La Mesa Police Dept. Sgt., retired; City Attorney's Office, Investigator., retired; Police Academy, Criminal Law, Traffic Law & Enforcement

 

Lance Parr, M.A.

Professor, Retired; Intro to Administration of Justice

 

Matthew O'Deane

SD County District Attorney's Office, Investigator; Public Safety Communications

 

P.J. Ortmeier, PH.D., Professor

Former Coordinator of AOJ Department

In Loving Memory - March 14, 1948 - September 15, 2012

 

Rick Michelson

MPA, Former Dept. Coordinator; Assoc. Professor, Retired; Criminal Law, Criminal Trial Process, Community & Justice System

 

Robby D. Storton

SDSO, Detentions Lt., retired; Corrections Academy

 

Roberto Lemus

CVPD & SDPD, retired; Academy Coordinator, Corrections Academy, Police Academy, PC 832 Firearms

 

Rose Kurupas

SDSO, Lt., Retired; Corrections Academy

 

Shaun Donelson

San Diego Police Sgt., Retired; Police Academy, Intro to AOJ, Criminal

Investigations, PC 832 Laws of Arrest

 

Stacey Houg

Adjunct Instructor, Supervising Latent Print Examiner, San Diego Police Department Crime Laboratory, Forensic Technology 

 

Tara Lytle

MFS, El Cajon PD, Forensic Evidence Technician; Adjunct Associate Professor, Forensic Technology

 

Tara Venn

Chula Vista Police Department Forensic Specialist; Forensic Technology & Advanced Forensic Photography

 

Tom Washington

Latent Print Examiner II, San Diego Police Dept.; Adjunct Professor, Advanced Fingerprint Identification