B.A., Criminal Social Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
A.A., Liberal Arts, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Joseph J. Gulinello, M.P.A., Assistant Professor, Director of Homeland Security, Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies and Homeland Security, has an M.P.A., and a B.A. in criminal social psychology, an A.A. Liberal Arts, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He has held top security positions with Integrated Security Solutions, Securitas, Health and Hospitals Corporation, Interfaith Healthcare, and Loews Corporation.
He is also a retired Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve. His final assignment was Regional Faculty Director, U.S. Army Command, and General Staff College.
As a retired NYPD detective, he served in Emergency Service and Crime Scene Units.
He was an industry adjunct professor at St. John’s, John Jay, New York Tech, Adelphi, Fairleigh Dickinson, LaGuardia Community, and Interboro Institute.
Gulinello chairs the Academic Programs Committee and is a member of the Strategic Planning Committee for ASIS International. He is also a board member for the Metropolitan Security Directors Association. His research focus is in homeland and corporate security studies.