|Dr. John H Campbell|
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|Summary of Experiences:
An Executive Manager and Educator with more than 34 years of diverse investigative, administrative, educational and managerial experience within the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Extensive background in selection, training, and management of human and technical resources. Major strengths in team building, planning, and program implementation.
| Work Experiences:
Dr. Campbell is currently serving as an Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at St. Cloud State University. He specifically teaches upper division and graduate level courses related to violence, police and police practices. He is currently director of PSEL program. From January 1995 to June 1997, he was the Academic Dean at the FBI Academy. The scope of that Senior Executive Service position was to coordinate all instructors at the Academy. Significant accomplishments achieved during that assignment included major curriculum innovations, coordination of facilities development and the development of the Bureau-wide distance learning and video-conferencing program. Prior to that assignment, Dr. Campbell served as Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Omaha FBI Division from July 1992 to January 1995. The responsibilities of that assignment entailed day to day supervision of more than 100 employees in the states of Iowa and Nebraska. That assignment encompassed overall responsibility of training, investigation, budget, personnel management and liaison. Immediately preceding the Omaha assignment, Mr. Campbell served as Unit Chief of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit from April 1989 to July 1992. The responsibilities of that assignment included behavioral training of agents and law enforcement, research coordination and the colaterial management of the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime. Some of the significant accomplishments in this assignment included establishing faculty exchanges, both domestic and international, implementation of grants and research programs, development of Ph.D. courses and planning and coordination of major national and international symposiums. From November 1986 to April 1989, Special Agent Campbell served as the Executive Secretary to the Career Board, working directly for the Deputy Director of the FBI. Mr. Campbell was responsible for the selection and training of all managers of the FBI. During that assignment he computerized the selection and screening process as well as planned and implemented the FBI's succession planning program. During his career, Mr. Campbell served in several other assignments, to include Field Supervisor in the Butte Division where he was responsible for more than 30 Special Agents and all other major investigations in Montana and Idaho; Headquarters Supervisors as a researcher, profiler and instructor in the Behavioral Science Unit; and also as an investigative Special Agent in St. Louis and Detroit Divisions.
| Military and Education:
Prior to entering the FBI, Mr. Campbell served in the U.S. Marine Corp. He attained the rank of Captain and served in Vietnam. He completed a Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Dr. Campbell has received many honors and special recognitions.