Steven D. Remick

Steven D. Remick

Steven D. Remick

Adjunct Faculty

Mr. Remick is a retired local law enforcement officer with 28 years of service in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mr. Remick began his career with the Arlington County Virginia Sheriff's Office in 1990 where he worked in corrections and later in the training section as a firearms instructor and in-service coordinator. Mr. Remick began working for the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office in 1996 and started in patrol. Mr. Remick has had a varied career serving as a school resource officer, detective in major crimes, and range master before becoming a supervisor. He has also worked in vice/narcotics, internal affairs, and as a shift commander and station commander. 

During his career with Loudoun County Mr. Remick was also a member of the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force while serving as a detective in major crimes where he created the first formal new detective training program. Mr. Remick also served on the SWAT Team 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. He is currently a Professional Development Coordinator/Instructor at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy and teaches leadership, use of force and behavioral indicators for violence for officers and supervisors. He received his B.S. and his Masters degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University, Public Safety Leadership Program. His focus is ethics, criminal investigations, training and effective supervision in law enforcement.

Courses Taught

CRIM 410 Criminal Investigations

CRIM 306 Criminal Justice Ethics


AAS Northern Virginia Community College, 1995

BS The Johns Hopkins University, 2013

MS The Johns Hopkins University, 2014