Deborah Giordano’s Profile

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Deborah Giordano
Pronouns
she;her
Office Location
BMCC Chambers Street
About Me
Graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Southwestern Law School. Graduate of Hunter School of Social Work. Worked in Bronx Criminal Court as an Assistant District Attorney for 4 years. Worked at Little flower Children’s Services as an assistant to the lead trial attorney for 4 years accepting a promotion to Assistant Administrative Supervisor of the Enhanced Care Unit and Mother/Child Unit.
Became a Manhattan Parole Officer working with special populations, including sex offenders, gang members and batterers. Created and implemented the first Batterers Program in White Plains Supreme Court while at the same time undertaking the role of lead officer for warrants and special operations in lower Westchester County. This experience led to my taking over the role of Supervising Special Operations Officer of the Federal Task Force which was a combined project between city, county, state and federal agencies.
Currently, Assistant Vice President of Inwood House Division @ Children’s Village overseeing several residential, school based programming, Juvenile Justice/Court Initiatives, Drew Hamilton Community Center in Harlem and parenting programs throughout the boroughs.
Consultant to various law enforcement agencies within New York State.
Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
Criminal Justice, A.A.

Courses

CRJ 201 | Policing | Course Hub

CRJ 201 | Policing | Course Hub

An OER course hub for criminal justice 201-policing. This course is intended to broaden the student’s understanding of the origins and development of law enforcement agencies in the United States. Moreover, the course will examine the complex role of the police in a democratic society in the criminal justice system. An emphasis will be placed on recruitment, the training process and the importance of diversity, particularly among larger police departments in the U.S. The course will also examine contemporary legal issues and modern strategies such as community, evidence-based, intelligence-led and predictive policing.

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