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criminal justice system consultant

BEnjamin Earl Lewis, criminal justice system consultant.

Background

Lewis, BEnjamin Earl was born on June 16, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Education

AB, San Jose State College, 1952; Master of Science in Law Enforcement Administration, San Jose State College, 1969; postgraduate in public administration, political and social science, and criminology, University of California and University Southern California, 1954-1970.

Career

Sergeant, deputy sheriff, Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department Lieutenant and sergeant, Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department captain, detention division commander, Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department policeman traffic bureau, Los Angeles Police Department administrative assistant Department of Justice, Office of Attorney General, California consultant, CJ Systems Cons., Bend, Oregon. Coordinator administration justice program Foothill and De Anza Colls., 1967-1974. Field director President' commission on law enforcement and administration justiceSch.

Criminology University of California, Berkeley, 1966. Consultant University of California, Santa Cruz, 1973, Police Organisation and Police Contract Svc., Saratoga and Los Altos Hills, California. Chairman task force on education and training Association Bay Area Government, region V California Council Criminal Justice.

Coordinator courses California Commission Peace Officer's Standards and Training, 1969-1973. Coordinator criminologyprogram University of California Extension, Santa Cruz, 1969-1973. Project director evaluation California Specialized Training Institute, Camp San Louis Obispo, 1974-1975.

Membership

President Academy Criminal Justice Sciences, 1969-1970. Member California Commission on Criminal Justice, 1974. Member committee on manpower development California Criminal Justice Planning Board, 1974.

Committee member California Commission Criminal Justice-Standards and Goals, 1974. With United States Marine Corps, 1943-1945, PTO. Colonel United States Army Reserve, 1952-1980.

Member International Association Police Professors (president 1969-1970).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, bicycling, motorcycle touring, tennis.