Dr. Julie Salzano
Dr. Julie Salzano

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1999 - Present Deveux Productions in charge of operations, overseeing overall production value and production costs for theater, audio books and film projects. Mystery Thriller and fantasy writer.
2004 - 2005 Associate Professor -  New York State University at  Farmingdale. Responsibility to teach Organizational Behavior.
1997 - 1999 Associate Professor - St. Johns University taught Psychology of Criminal Justice. Wrote papers on Trans-national Crime. I was recruited to work for Drug Enforcement Administration where I was promoted to Senior Intelligence Research Specialist.
1993 - 1998 Associate Professor Chair of Pace University’s New York Campus Criminal Justice program. Responsibilities to teach and start-up program in the Manhattan campus. Enrollment from no students to 120 students in degree program in Criminal Justice; developed field placement with the New York City Police Department, New York Courts and District Attorney’s office, Fortune Society and the Federal Government.
1991 - 1993 Television Host for Criminal Justice Showcase.  A documentary television series which brings to its audience various aspects on the Criminal Justice System, aired weekly for local cablevision in two counties.
1988 - 1993 Assistant Professor Coordinator of the Criminal Justice program at New York Institute of Technology.  Responsible for teaching criminal justice courses at NYIT.  Accomplishments include re-writing the program in which enrollment went from a 40 student option to a 150 student degree program in Criminal Justice; developed field placement/internships with the New York City Police Department, Nassau Count Police Department and the Federal Government.
1984 - 1988 Adjunct Professor - Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y., Psychology Department. Taught a specialty course: "Psychology of Criminal Justice."
1972 - 1987 New York City Detective - Assigned to the Chief of Detectives special force in the Central Investigations and Resource Division.  Experienced in profiling, patrol, anticrime, decoy, undercover, 911, narcotics, homicide and robbery investigations. Police Psychologist - Therapy, hypnosis and industrial psychology studies for the police department.  Interviewed and tested police candidates as to their suitability for police work; taught police supervisors the early warning signs of stress, alcoholism and mental illness and did individual and group testing; ran therapy counseling in post trauma syndrome, marital problems, violence, weight control and job placement.  Psychological profiling on serial murders such as the Son of Sam case and others.  Assisted in the development of guidelines for hostage negotiators.
Participated in several research grants as the police department's facilitator for the grantees: Women on Patrol, Police Morale, 911 Emergency Phone System, Robbery Enhancement Program and the Introduction of the Microcomputer. Management Information Systems Analyst - Database management using microcomputer systems to sort, analyze and construct crime patterns as well as statistical analysis.  Duties included coordinating and scheduling 3000 detectives to specific tasks. Assistant Coordinator - Stress Project, a federally funded study on police stress.  The study included overall management and supervisory tasks, statistical analysis, training seminars, interviews, and meeting with various police personnel from different police departments in the tri-state area.
1979 - 1980 Full-Time Instructor - Criminal Justice Department for Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey.  Taught Research Methods, Patrol, Introduction to Criminal Justice while employed as a detective in New York City.
1979 - Present NYC Elementary School Teacher - Substitute teacher.


1989 Ed.D.  Columbia University, Teachers College
1978 Ed.M.  Columbia University, Teachers College
1977 M.A. Columbia University, Teachers College
1975 New York Institute of Psychoanalytic Behavior
1975 B.A. M.A. John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Honors and Awards

1997 Best Teacher Award from Criminal Justice Society, Pace University, N.Y.
1997 The Charleston International Film Festival 3rd Place writing award
1994 The Charleston International Film Festival 3rd Place writing award
1993 Worldfest Houston Film Festival writing award
1990 Best Teacher Award from the graduating class at NYIT
1981 Kappa Delta Pi member of the Honor Society in Education
1980 Lambda Alpha Epsilon member of the Honor Society of the American Criminal Justice Association
1971 Faculty Award from John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Specialized Training

  • Advanced Internet Investigation by Microsoft in North Carolina
  • Intermediate Internet Investigation by DEA and Microsoft
  • Basic Internet Investigation by Special Operations Division
  • Financial Crimes and Money Laundering by HIDTA
  • International Money Laundering by St. Petersburg College
  • FinCen training and International Banking
  • Money Laundering
  • Advanced Report Writing by CIA
  • Leadership Styles and Behavior by CIA
  • Effective Briefing Skills
  • Security Threat Training
  • Statement Analysis
  • Communication Skills and Interviewing Techniques
  • Advanced Intelligence Training

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