Larry Guerin is a FBI Supervisory Special Agent - Retired - with 28 years of service - primarily leading criminal investigations. He has taught previously for Johns Hopkins University and now teaches for the Division of Criminology, Law, and Society. He is a certified FBI Firearms Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Advanced Instructor, Police Instructor, Certified Fraud Examiner, Terrorism Instructor, and Accredited Healthcare Fraud Instructor. He was a member of the Dallas FBI SWAT Team for ten years and Training Coordinator for the Dallas Division for four years. His last FBI assignment was as a full-time leadership instructor in the FBI's National Academy, a world-class Command College for both domestic and International law enforcement officers. Throughout his FBI career and now as Adjunct Faculty instructor for GMU, he has taught courses on leadership, criminal investigations, fraud examination, and the psychology of criminology.
Guerin, L. (2015). Creating Extraordinary Moments. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. https://leb.fbi.gov/spotlights/leadership-spotlight-creating-extraordinary-moments
Guerin, L. (2016). Rising Against Adversity. Law and Order Magazine. http://www.hendonpub.com/law_and_order/articles/2016/10/rising_above_adversity
Applied Criminal Psychology
Criminal Justice Management
Master of Arts, Forensic Psychology, Argosy University
Bachelor of Science, Business Degree, Ball State University