Liz Cass is a member of the Board of Governors of JusticeAcademy.org Herprofessional experience includes twenty years of service with United States Navy in law enforcement and security in assignments throughout the world. She holds a B.S. in Fraud Investigation, an M.S. in Criminal Justice, and an MBA from Norwich University. Her writings have been published in the Virginia College Journal of Law and Justice, and she is a regular contributing author to the Justice Academy Journal. We are delighted to welcome Liz to the Board of Governors and look forward to the benefit of her insights and guidance as we endeavor to advance the service.
Military Policing and Ethics
Justice Academy Journal Articles
Arson and the Investigator’s Challenge
The Court’s Role in Preserving Social Harmony
Crime and Punishment
Ethics in Criminal Justice Research
The Difference between Leadership and Management
Loss Prevention and Control
The Criminal Justice Policy Process
Politics and Juvenile Justice
Public versus Private Prisons: Is One Better than the Other?
Forensic Toxicology: Analyzing Biologics and Fluids