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Instructor of Criminal Justice
- M.A., B.S., Radford University
- Graduate Certificate in Crime Analysis, Radford University
- A.A.S., New River Community College
Mr. Snow joined the Radford University faculty in 2015.
Fall 2017 Classes
- CRJU-495, Critical Perspectives in Criminal Justice, 9:30am - 10:45am TH
- UNIV-100, Intro to Higher Education, 11:00am - 11:50am, TH
- CRJU-320, Criminal Investigative Theory, 12:30pm - 1:45pm TH
- CRJU-495, Critical Perspectives in Criminal Justice, 3:30pm - 4:45pm TH
Office Hours: 1:45pm - 3:15pm Tuesday/Thursday & by appointment
Mr. Snow’s research interests include police officers' emotional response to critical incidents/trauma, hiring and training of good law enforcement officers, Constitutional issues (specifically the 4th and 5th Amendments), criminal investigation/interviewing, forensic science, and offenses involving child victims. He enjoys spending time with his family, grilling/cooking, and watching football, especially the Virginia Tech Hokies.
Recent Professional Activities
Mr. Snow was the 2015 Golden Halo award recipient for the Law Enforcement Division. The Golden Halo Awards were created to recognize and honor the outstanding contributions of individuals to the cause of child abuse prevention, intervention and advocacy. Prior to working for Radford University, he served for 13 years with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in various capacities including: Dispatcher, Patrol Deputy, Field Training Officer, Criminal Investigator, and Evidence Technician. Mr. Snow has written several articles for the Virginia Police Legal Bulletin.