Marverly Nettles, a Birmingham, Alabama native who earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from The University of Alabama, is in the midst of a tremendously exciting career. While at UA, Marverly had an athletic scholarship and was an active member of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Marverly’s career in Criminal Justice has included working
Randall Shields, who received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Criminal Justice from The University of Alabama, has risen to impressive heights. He now serves as a Vice President and a Senior Field Investigator for Regions Bank Corporate Security. Randall attributes a lot of his success to his experiences at UA. As he summarized,
Scott Springer, who received his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from The University of Alabama, has had a tremendously distinguished and exciting career. During his time at UA, he taught criminal justice and published a chapter in a college textbook on World Criminal Justice Systems. In 1994, Scott moved to Dallas after joining the United
A.C. Roper, a graduate of the Masters Program, is the Chief of the Birmingham Police Department. His extensive law enforcement career began in Montgomery in 1985. In 1988, he returned home to the Birmingham area where he took a position at the Hoover PD. He eventually rose to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police. In
Jackie Chavez is a 2006 alumna of the Masters program. She has worked as a fraud investigator for NWI Investigative Group, Inc. and as an instructor at Mississippi State University. She holds a PhD in Sociology from Mississippi State University and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Troy University.
Darren D. Gil is a retired Special Agent with the U.S. Department of Justice. During his time with the Department of Justice he served as Chief, Counterterrorism Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Security Branch Liaison, National Joint Terrorism Task Force Representative, Special Agent in Charge-Special Operations and Country Attache-Mexico. He currently serves as Assistant
A.T. Smith is currently Deputy Director of the United States Secret Service. As Deputy Director, Mr. Smith executes oversight of the agency’s daily operations, including approximately 7,000 personnel and $1.6 billion budget. He also develops and implements policy as it relates to the agency’s investigative and protective mission. Mr. Smith has received numerous citations of
Chelsie Dean Smith is 2009 alumna of the undergraduate program. She was promoted to Senior Probation and Parole Officer in June of this year. In September of 2014 she and her husband welcomed their first child, Henry Dean Smith.
Abby Haynes Smith is a 2012 graduate of the Masters program and as well as an undergraduate alumna who describes her time at the University of Alabama as “the best years of [her] life.” Today Abby works as a background investigator for CACI. CACI is a major provider of information solutions and services to governmental agencies working
Jason Denham, a veteran of the MS program in Criminal Justice, has been working as an ATF Special Agent since 2007. He was recognized in 2011 as the Statewide Officer of the Year by the Florida Narcotics Officer’s Association and was recognized by ATF in 2014 as the Bureau’s national Special Agent/Law Enforcement Officer of the