Richard Hough, Sr.
Law Enforcement Administration, Criminal Justice Management & Organization, Criminal Justice Administration (G), Public Administration, Police in a Free Society, Law Enforcement Ethics, Criminology, Criminal Investigations, Homicide, Cold Case Investigations, Sex Crimes Investigation, Punishment & Society, Survey of Crime and Justice, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Race-Gender-Ethnicity & Crime, Crime and Public Policy (G), Diversity in Public Administration (UG,G), The Public Administration Professional (G), Total Quality Management (G), Policy Analysis (G), Leadership (G), Homeland Security and Terrorism (G)
Specialties: Policing, Use of Force, Criminal Justice Management, Homicide and its Investigation, Crime and Public Policy
Current Research Interests: Conditions of Confinement - Juveniles, Changing Paradigms of Policing, Use of Force in Criminal Justice, Domestic Violence
Education: Ed.D., University of West Florida, Public Administration concentration; Master in Public Administration, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; B.A. Public Administration, St. Leo University; A.A. Law Enforcement, Manatee Community College.
Activities and Service:Faculty Senate, Chair Planning and Special Issues Committee Consultant - Criminal Justice Practices Regional Law Enforcement Academy - primary instructor for gangs and contemporary police practices Secretary, Board of Directors, Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council past president, FavorHouse Domestic Violence Shelters past president, Navy League of Santa Rosa County past president, Kiwanis Club of Pace