Carter F. Smith
Title: Program Administrator, 2+2 Initiative
Jones Hall 310
Ph.D. (2010) Northcentral University
J.D. (2002) Southern Illinois, Law
B.S. (1990) Austin Peay State University
*Areas of Publication
Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Private Security, Gangs, Military, Criminal Organizations, Homeland Security, Terrorism
Criminal Intelligence & Anti-Terrorism Programs Manager, US Army Criminal Investigations (CID), Fort Campbell, KY 2004–2006
Law Clerk, Marion, IL 2000–2002
Team Chief, Gang Suppression Team, US Army CID, Fort Campbell, KY 1998-1999
Detachment Sergeant, US Army CID, Fort Campbell, KY 1996–1998
Special Agent-In-Charge, US Army CID, Camp Carroll, Korea 1995–1996
Team Chief, Economic Crimes Team, US Army CID, Fort Campbell, KY 1992–1994
Previous duties included Drug Enforcement Team Special Agent and Assistant Team Chief, General Crimes Special Agent, Evidence Custodian, Military Police Investigator, Military Police Patrolman, Desk Sergeant.
Current and Emerging Trends in the Private Security Industry and the need for Continuing Education and Training of the Security Professional.
Military Trained Gang Members: Are They A Threat To My Neighborhood?
All grown up but still banging: What issues can we expect if they don't “age out?”
Gangs in Child Welfare.
Historical Analysis of Responses to the Gang Problem.
Gangs, Organized Crime, and Terrorism.
Gangs 2.0: Flashgangs and Flashmobs.
Gangs Invade the Ivory Tower.
Gangs in the Military.
High-Tech Gang Investigations.
Expert Witness Qualifications.
Distinguishing Gangs, Organized Crime, and Terrorism.
Gang Investigators' Perceptions of Military-Trained Gang Members.