Meyer, Bernie


Dr. Bernie Meyer
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Contact Information:
bgm1@pitt.edu 
814-362-0982
211B Swarts Hall

Degrees and Credentials:
Ph.D. Criminal Justice Education and Development, Pennsylvania State University 1995
M.A. Criminology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1977
B.S. Administration of Justice, Pennsylvania State University 1974

Academic Focus:
Dr. Meyer teaches a wide range of criminal justice courses, including Introduction to Administration of Justice, Law Enforcement Administration, Juvenile Justice, Corrections & Criminology, Probation & Parole, Management and Research.

Short Bio:
He has an extensive background that includes work in probation/parole, Federal corrections, and law enforcement environments. He is a past President of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Justice Educators. He became a full-time professor at Pitt-Bradford in the Fall of 1996.

Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:
Dr. Meyer's main research interests include training, criminal justice workforce education, and designing and delivering training programs, all in the field of administration of justice.