Paul joined the University’s faculty as an Adjunct Professor/Instructor in January 2000. He developed the intelligence and analysis concentration for the Graduate Criminal Justice Program, and further developed graduate courses in Terrorism: Threats and Strategies, and Homeland Security. He also co-developed an undergraduate course entitled Terrorism: Intelligence and Law Enforcement Issues. He served 28 years as an intelligence officer in both the US Army active and reserve components, and as a principal intelligence analyst and special agent for the New Jersey State Police and NJ State Commission of Investigation, respectively for 26 years. He also served as a Middle Eastern Desk Officer for the Army, and co-edited, and contributed to the first book on criminal intelligence analysis, entitled Criminal Intelligence Analysis.
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