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Stephen Saravara III, JD, CPPDepartment of Criminal Justice and CriminologyCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of Massachusetts, LowellLowell, MassachusettsTel.: 978-934-4109 (office)Fax: 978-934-3077E-Mail: Stephen saravara@uml.eduEducational BackgroundColleges of Worcester Consortium, Worcester, MAGraduate Certificate in College Instruction and methodology.GCCI, April 2009ASIS International, Alexandria, VACertified Protection Professional. Premier certificationin security management.CPP, March 2005Massachusetts School of Law, Andover, MALaw review publication, Director of Student Bar Association,JD, June 1994University of Massachusetts/Boston, Dorchester, MAPolitical science major, honors thesis.BA, June 1991Massachusetts Bay Community College, Wellesley, MACriminal justice major, high honors, Dean’s list student.AS, June 1989Academic ExperienceUniversity of Massachusetts/LowellVisiting Assistant ProfessorSept. 2009 - PresentNorthern Essex Community College, Lawrence, MAAdjunct Criminal Justice InstructorJan. 2009- Sept 2009Nichols College, Dudley, MAProgram Chair, Criminal Justice Management DepartmentJune 2002- Dec. 2008Western New England College, Springfield, MAAdjunct ProfessorJune 1998- June 2003

Consulting and Professional ExperienceWorcester Regional Emergency Planning Committee,Emergency Planning Public Health ConsultantMay 2006 - Mar. 2007Hired by a state grant program in conjunction with the City of Worcester to draftpandemic response plans for 74 towns and cities within the region. Works includeddrafting and consulting local boards of health on continuity of operations planning,personnel training in incident command, risk communication planning and settingup emergency vaccine dispensing sites.Webster Police Department, Webster, MAReserve Police OfficerJune 2003 - April 2006Consulted to develop an internal affairs and investigation policy in accordance withthe standards published by the Massachusetts Police Institute. Project wascompleted and approved.Worcester District Attorney's Office, Worcester, MAAssistant District Attorney,Dec. 1997 - June 2002Assignments included High tech crime Units, domestic violence, juvenile cases, jurytrial unit and various county court assignments.First Security Services Corporation, Westboro, MASecurity Account ManagerSept. 1986 - Jan. 1996Managed a small guard unit at a critical infrastructure network operations facility.Duties included negotiating security services with client, payroll staffing and generalmanagerial oversight.PublicationsEdited VolumesSecurity Regulations, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009Labor Strikes and Regulations, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009Civil and Administrative Laws and Regulation, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009OSHA Regulations, ASIS Protection of Assets Manual, 2009Criminal Law for the Security Practitioner, ASIS Protection of Assets Manual, 2009

Journal ArticlesErrico, Julie “Taking Care of Business.” Nichols College Magazine, Winter 2008: 5.Academic Program Review: Security Studies at Nichols College, Journal of AppliedSecurity Research; Vol. 3, Fall 2008, P. 513.Goba, Jennifer “Security Studies at Nichols College,” The Security Beacon, ASISBoston”, April 2008Business Continuity Planning in Higher Education Due to Pandemic Outbreaks: AFaculty Perspective; Journal of Security Education, Vol. 2 Number 3, Summer 2007,Page 41.(peer review).Contributing AuthorSecurity in the Future 2020, Ch.2 Security Education, ASIS InternationalPublishing, 2009Other PublicationsExpungement of Criminal Records in Massachusetts”, Volume 2, Mass School ofLaw (Law. Review), Fall 1994, page 10.Professional Memberships Member ASIS Academic Programs Council (Chair of Student Writing Competition).Annual participant of ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium.Member (ASIS) American Society for Industrial Security.Licensed Attorney, Admitted to Massachusetts Bar June 20, 1997.Admitted U.S. District Court (Mass.) - Sept. 24, 1999.Certified Counter Terrorism Instructor TTT- (SLATT).Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Council Certified Law EnforcementFirearms Instructor.Former Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Council Certified Reserve PoliceOfficer.Former member of High Technology Criminal Investigative Agency.Former volunteer/advisor for Uxbridge Emergency Management Department (CivilDefense).

Discussions and Presentations at ProfessionalConferencesASIS Annual Seminar (Student Scholarship Trip), Las Vegas, NevadaPresented on student internships and opportunities. This was a combinedprofessional development conference and student centered education trip.This idea was conceived and implemented by Professor Steve Saravara andTrustee James L. Dunbar. Students were taken to the Grand Canyon topartake in a cultural opportunity. Students and faculty also attendedvarious multi-day educational breakout sessions in the area of privateindustrial security.Sept. 22 2007Presenter at ASIS Crisis Management Conf., Philadelphia, PAInvited to present on Pandemic Planning in Higher Education by theNational ASIS Crisis Management Council. Attended educational sessionsincluded a day long table-top exercise simulating a hazardous material spill,as well as other sessions on planning for multiple disasters on collegecampuses.Feb 20 , 2007Panel Discussion of the Effects of Hurricane KatrinaA select group of faculty members were organized to discuss the aftermath ofhurricane Katrina.Topics included the causes of the hurricane, thegovernment’s response or lack of, and what efforts students can undertake toprepare themselves in case of such a disaster.Nov. 3, 2005Presenter ; ASIS International Conference, Orlando FloridaLectured on Homeland Security and the Academic World; An EvolvingPartnership Examined were homeland security courses, as well as resourcesand teaching methods. Educational sessions attended included: The NewFederal Sentencing Guidelines and Sarbanes-Oxley: Mitigating TerroristAttacks against Buildings; Digital Investigations; Emergency Preparednessand Response Planning in Food Security; Capturing Emerging Technology toProtect the Force; Terrorist Kidnaps and the Role of Government: andCorporate Identity Theft.Sept. 15 , 2005Panel Discussion of the War in IraqModerated by the President, four panelist debated the pro’s and cons of theIraq/U.S Conflict. Discussion was reported in local newspaper.March 7, 2003

National and State Conferences and WorkshopsASIS International ConferenceThis was a combined professional development conference and studentcentered educational trip. This idea was conceived and implemented byProfessor Steve Saravara and Trustee James L. Dunbar. Students weretaken to a Law Enforcement Liaison Council Meeting in Atlanta and given atour of a Dunbar Armored currency facility. In addition, students and facultyalso attended several multi-day educational breakout sessions in the area ofprivate industrial security.Sept. 15 , 2008ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, St. Luis, MOInvitation only conference for chairs of Criminal Justice and SecurityManagement programs at academic institutions around the world. Topics ofdiscussion included research in the field of security management and how tostimulate internships.July -29 , 2008Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program, Springfield, MAThe Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) is acapabilities and performance-based exercise program that provides astandardized methodology and terminology for exercise design, development,conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning.May 19 , 2008IDND 30502: Practicum in College Teaching, Clark Univ, MA**Teaching Certificate Awarded Aug 2008*The Practicum in College Teaching serves as a capstone experience for theCertificate in College Teaching. Participants enrolled in the Practicumengage in a mentored teaching experience and document the teachingexperience by preparing a course portfolio. Each student is assigned apedagogical mentor (the Practicum instructor) and, as appropriate andpossible, a content mentor. The goal of the Practicum is to provide studentswith peer and pedagogical mentorship through a teaching and/or coursedevelopment experience.April, 2008Presenter - ASIS Annual Seminar (Scholarship Trip), Las Vegas, NevadaPresented on student internships and opportunities. Students were taken tothe Grand Canyon to partake in a cultural opportunity.Sept. 22 2007ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, UMUC Adelphi, MDTopics of discussion included integration of information systems security intoexisting curriculum models and international security topics.Aug. 1-3, 2007Presenter at ASIS Crisis Management Conf., Philadelphia, PAInvited to present on Pandemic Planning in Higher Education by theNational ASIS Crisis Management Council. Attended educational sessionsincluded a day long table-top exercise simulating a hazardous material spill,Feb 20 2007

as well as other sessions on planning for multiple disasters on collegecampuses.Strategic National Stockpile EDS WorkgroupHeld at the underground emergency bunker in Framingham this workshopwas a collection of emergency planning experts discussing the problems ofemergency dispensing of medications to the general public including collegesand universities.Jan. 18, 2007Continuity of Operations Planning Exercise (COOP),Held at Nichols College, this exercise was designed to educate managers,municipal leaders and higher education officials on how to prepare continuityof operations plans.Dec. 8, 2006Massachusetts Health Officers Educational ConferencePublic health educational planning conference focusing on pandemicplanning for public health officers, municipal leaders and higher educationalinstitutions. Sessions included a legal summary of isolation and quarantinestatutes, continuity planning and recovery.Oct. 1-3, 2006Learner Centered Assessment, Clark UniversityFocused on the fundamental elements of learner centered assessment inhigher education. Students developed learner centered outcomes, applicableclassroom assessment techniques in a hybrid environment Online andTraditional.Sept 2006ASIS Annual Seminar Exhibits (Scholarship Trip), San Diego, CaliforniaSept. 24 2006This was a combined professional development conference and studentcentered education trip. Students taken to Balboa Park to partake in acultural opportunity as well as the Aircraft carrier “Midway”. Students andfaculty also attended various multi-day educational breakout sessions in thearea of private industrial security.Incident Command Training at Nichols CollegeProfessor Saravara organized and hosted an Incident Command 100 leveltraining seminar for Nichols employees as well as local community leaders.Aug 23, 2006Operation Little Bird- Higher Ed. Pandemic Planning ExerciseTable-top exercise held in Worcester for Higher Education, MunicipalGovernment and Public Heath Departments. This exercise simulated anoutbreak of Avian Influenza in the city of Worcester and examined theresponses of all agencies involved.Aug 22, 2006ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, Univ. of Wisc., Madison,Topics of discussion included drafting accreditation standards as well asstimulating production of research and textbooks.Aug. 1-3, 2006

Terrorism Training for Law Enforcement; Train the Trainer WorkshopHosted by the Bureau of Justice Assistance through the Institute forIntergovernmental Affairs. This 2- day workshop was designed to prepare theparticipant to train law enforcement officers and civilians in counterterrorism operations.Key topics included identifying domestic andinternational terrorist groups, instituting community partnerships,enhancing officer’s safety, and developing compliant intelligence plans.Feb. 16 , 2006Presenter ; ASIS International Conference, Orlando FloridaLectured on Homeland Security and the Academic World; An EvolvingPartnership Examined were homeland security courses, as well as resourcesand teaching methods. Educational sessions attended included: The NewFederal Sentencing Guidelines and Sarbanes-Oxley: Mitigating TerroristAttacks against Buildings; Digital Investigations; Emergency Preparednessand Response Planning in Food Security; Capturing Emerging Technology toProtect the Force; Terrorist Kidnaps and the Role of Government: andCorporate Identity Theft.Sept. 15 , 2005ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, Univ. of Maryland, AdelphiExamination of Homeland Security issues including feasibility of new coursesas well as ways to integrate current Homeland Security issues withinexisting curriculum.July 27 , 2005Teaching With Technology, Worcester, MAPresented by the Colleges of Worcester Consortium held at WorcesterPolytechnic Institute. This course focused on the teacher as the primary userof technology in the classroom and featured development of on-line portfoliosand lesson plans.May 2005ASIS International Conference, Dallas, TXEducational sessions attended included: How to conduct a securityvulnerability assessment, Advanced violence assessment in the workplace,Suicide bombings, fanaticism, extremism or tactical imperative, Terrorismand the middle east, Improvised explosive device avoidance and recognition,Managing the media in a crisis situation, Student internships; linking theclassroom and the workplace, Operation cooperation managing public/privatepartnerships, Identity theft.Sept. 26 , 2004ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, Univ. of Wisc., MadisonTopics included research in the field of security management. Evaluatingexisting research and stimulating academic institutions to conduct validatedresearch within the field of Security. Discussion also included developinginternship opportunities and security specific instructional methodologies.July 21 , 2004Legal Issues for College Faculty, Worcester, MAApril 2004

Presented by the Colleges of Worcester consortium and held at ClarkUniversity. This course examined legal issues faced by college instructorsincluding an examination of FERPA, academic freedom, sexual harassmentand legal rules surrounding accommodation for learning disabled students.The Washington Center Liaison Conference, Washington DCThe Washington center is the largest internship placement vendor in thenation’s capitol. I am the current liaison and the meeting is centered on theupcoming opportunities for paid internship opportunities within the beltway.March 26, 2004New England Faculty Development Conference, Chemsford, MAThe NEFDC offers fall and spring coursed specifically geared toward facultydevelopment and curriculum enhancement.This conference includedlectures on improving assessment through group projects and studentintegration as well as implementing technology in the classroom.Sept. 25, 2003ASIS International Conference, New Orleans, LAEducational sessions attended include: The Security Design Process andBasis of Design; Scenario Based Training for Crisis Management; HomelandSecurity, the Recovery Issues; The Latest Technology for Investigators;Crisis Management Designing and Exercising the Plan; Terrorist Use ofWeapons of Mass Destruction; Bio-terrorism in the Mail: Postal Biologicaland Chemical Incident Management Workshop The Human Side of Crisis:Preparing for Catastrophic Incidents; and Conducting Computer ForensicExaminations.Sept. 14 , 2003ASIS Academic Practitioners Symposium, Univ. of Maryland, AdelphiTopics of discussion included: drafting a body of knowledge (BOK) necessaryfor students to demonstrate upon graduation, developing internshipopportunities and security specific instructional methodologies.Aug. 6 2003Seminar in College Instruction Methodology, W.P.I., Worcester, MAPre-practicum 5 week course in formal educational theory designed toacquaint graduate Students with the theories and instructional practicesassociated with college level instruction.April 2003Website Development for the Classroom, Holy Cross, Worcester, MAPresented by the Worcester College consortium and Professor Anne Barry ofHoly Cross. This course recommended web site development assistance forcollege level instructors. The preferred format was Dreamweaver MX.Feb. 13, 2003Massachusetts Emergency Management Terrorism Conference,Topics Included September 11th detailed EMS discussion Bioterrorism andchemical Weapons preparedness and incident command managementdiscussions.Nov. 19 , 2002Executive Protection Seminar, Wakefield, MAJune 26, 2002

Topics included Development of EP program, Safe and secure transportationIntelligence communication and special topics. Lectures Toni Scotti, SkipCarroll & Jim Klingensmith.School Law Conference, Boston, MATopics included administrative suspension hearings, safety in the schools,503 special educations law and school employment disputes.April 27, 2001Cybercrime Conference, Hyannis, MAHosted by U.S. Attorney’s Office, Attorney General’s Office and State Police.Topics included a two discussion of e-mail tracing, spoofing, DOS attacks,ECPA and other federal laws on point.June 22 2000Options for Combating Computer and High Technology Crime, MAHosted by United States Attorney Donald Stern and Attorney General TomReilly. Topics included Services offered by state and federal agencies to dealwith cybercrime and cyber terrorism.May 8, 2000Firearms and The Law Educational Conference, Boston, MAHosted by local attorney’s and State Police. Topics included interpretingMassachusetts’s newly enacted gun control legislation.April 11, 2000Prosecuting High Tech Criminals, World Trade Center, NYHosted By HTCIA, U.S. Secret Service, and Scott Charney Chief of D.O.J.Computer Crimes Division. Topics Included; Computer crime investigationand forensic recovery, infamous hackers, phreakers and other high techcriminals, the ECPA (Electronic Communications Privacy Act, PPA (PrivacyProtection Act) and critical infrastructure protection measures.Oct. 15, 1999Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Training Conference,Topics included: Intensive 2 day training in domestic violence prosecution,drug forfeitures, bail and arraignment arguments, substance abuseprosecution and paraphernalia, latest tools used by state police for forensicanalysis and jury trial techniques.Sept. 30 , 1999Introducing Evidence in Criminal Trials, Worcester, MATopics included: Basic evidence introduction techniques, recognizing andseeking to admit hearsay statements at trial, medical records and toxicology,and photographic and demonstrative evidence.Feb. 26, 1999Committee ActivitiesCampus Heath and Safety CommitteeLibrary and Information Resources CommitteeFaculty Teaching Center CommitteeNichols College Crisis Management TeamSept. 1, 2006Sept, 1, 2006Sept, 1, 2006June 1, 2006

Academic Review Committee MemberFaculty Advisor Criminal Justice Management ClubNichols College Faculty SenateSummer 2005Fall, 2004-2008Fall 2004-2006Community and Institutional Service ActivitiesSupervised Students at ASIS International ConferenceThrough Personally Established Scholarship Fund.This was a combined professional development conference and studentcentered educational trip. Students were taken to a Law EnforcementLiaison Council Meeting in Atlanta and given a tour of a Dunbar Armoredcurrency facility. In addition, students and faculty also attended severalmulti-day educational breakout sessions in the area of private industrialsecurity.Sept. 15 2008Spring Honors and Academic Awards CeremonyStudent Allison Peters Criminal Justice Management major received theJames Dunbar Honors Award and Scholarship. Students Kurt Gustafson andKevin Mulcahy received the James Dunbar ASIS Annual Seminar award.April 27, 2008President’s Accepted Student’s Reception IIVolunteered weekend time to speak with students and parents about theupcoming academic challenges.April 26, 2008In-Class Practitioners Lecture and TechnologyDemonstration, Webster Police Department Detective UnitDetectives Hoover and Sgt Keefe lectured in CJM 302 Security Investigationsclass about undercover operations, surveillance and tools used

Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology College of Arts and Sciences University of Massachusetts, Lowell Lowell, Massachusetts Tel.: 978-934-4109 (office) Fax: 978-934-3077 E-Mail: Stephen_saravara@uml.edu Educational Background College

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