Jesse Marvin McQueen


Jesse Marvin McQueen, MPA

Lecturer, Criminal Justice Club Coordinator, Interim Terrorism Minor Coordinator

Sampson Academic Building, 207



Jesse McQueen is a Lecturer in the Sociology and Criminal Justice Department at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 1999 with a BA degree in Criminal Justice. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2009 with a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Criminal Justice. He has taught the following courses at UNC-Pembroke: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminology, Police in Society, Police and Community Relations, Social Research, Ethics, Interview Skills, Juvenile Justice, Organized Crimes, Private Security, Social Deviance, Criminal Justice Writing and Rhetoric, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Judicial Decisions, Counter Terrorism Strategies, Criminal Profiling, Criminal Investigations, Victimology, Probation and Parole, Human Trafficking, Police Effectiveness and Life Course Criminology. He has been a sworn law enforcement officer since December 5, 1991. He obtained the North Carolina Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate in 1999. He has training in criminal investigations, criminal investigation through traffic law enforcement, interaction management training, bio-terrorism response, domestic violence, evidence-based investigations, radar, first line supervision, background investigations, fundamentals of the investigative process and police use of force. He is also the faculty adviser for the UNC-Pembroke Criminal Justice Club and interim Terrorism Minor Coordinator!