Steven D. Remick
Law Enforcement Training / Use of Force / Leadership / Criminal Investigations / Ethics in Criminal Justice / Management & Supervision / Criminal Justice Reform
Mr. Remick is a retired law enforcement officer with 28 years of service in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He began his career with the Arlington County Sheriff's Office in 1990 where he worked in corrections and later in the training section as a firearms instructor and in-service coordinator. He began working for the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office in 1996 and started in patrol. He has had a varied career serving as a school resource officer, detective in major crimes and range master before becoming a supervisor. As a supervisor and manager He worked in vice/narcotics, internal affairs, patrol command and station command. He retired as a 1st Lieutenant and was the Assistant Station Commander of the Ashburn Station.
Mr. Remick is currently a Professional Development Coordinator/Instructor at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy in Ashburn. He teaches leadership, general instructor development, use of force, first line supervisor, fair and impartial policing and other law enforcement classes. He received his undergraduate and his Masters degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University, Public Safety Leadership Program. His focus is leadership, ethics, and effective supervision and management in law enforcement.
CRIM 410 Criminal Investigations
CRIM 306 Criminal Justice Ethics
CRIM 401 Policing in America
Graduate of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy
Associates Degree in Administration of Justice, Northern Virginia Community College
Bachelor of Science in Management, The Johns Hopkins University- Public Safety Leadership Program
Master of Science in Management, The Johns Hopkins University- Public Safety Leadership Program