Paul P. Andrews
He joined the Saint Joseph' s University faculty as an Adjunct Professor/Instructor in January 2000.
developed and teaches the law enforcement intelligence and analysis concentration for the Graduate Criminal Justice Program, consisting of graduate level course work in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis, and Intelligence Policy and Process, and further developed and teaches graduate courses in Terrorism and Homeland Security.
also co-developed an on-line graduate course on terrorism and an undergraduate course entitled Terrorism: Intelligence and Law Enforcement Issues.
Prior to joining Saint Josephâ€™s University
, Mr. Andrewsâ€™ background and knowledge derive from serving 28 years as an intelligence officer in both the US Army active and reserve components.
He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel.
He also served as a principal intelligence analyst and special agent for the New Jersey State Police and NJ State Commission of Investigation, respectively for 26 years.
Mr. Andrews has an MS degree in criminal justice.
As a member in the International Association for Intelligence Education
, International Association for the Study of Organized Crime
, International Association for Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
, and the International Association for Counterterrorism
and Security Professionals, Mr. Andrews
conducts research regarding foreign and domestic terrorism, continuity of operations planning ( COOP ), organized criminal behavior, and methodology relating to intelligence analysis and collection.
In 1990, Mr. Andrews
co-edited, and contributed to, the first book on criminal intelligence analysis, entitled Criminal Intelligence Analysis