Steven Remick is an adjunct instructor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society. Mr. Remick recently retired as a 1st Lieutenant from the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office in April 2018 as the Assistant Station Commander for the Ashburn Station. He has over 28 years of experience in law enforcement. During his career he was a detective in major crimes and served as a member of the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force. He also served as the Range Master, was a Sergeant on patrol and in narcotics as well as a supervisor in Internal Affairs and a Shift Commander on patrol. During his career he was member of the SWAT Team and served as the sniper team leader where he created the teams first comprehensive training plan. After leaving the SWAT Team he became a member of the Crisis Negotiations Team. Mr. Remick has been a law enforcement instructor for over 24 years specializing in use of force, firearms and less than lethal weapons systems. He is currently an adjunct instructor at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy teaching use of force for officers and supervisors. He received his Masters in Management from The Johns Hopkins University, Public Safety Leadership Program. His focus is criminal investigations, training and decision making in law enforcement.
CRIM 410 Criminal Investigations
AAS. Northern Virginia Community College, 1995
BS. The Johns Hopkins University, 2013
MS. The Johns Hopkins University, 2014