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Bryan Hamilton

Justice and Public Safety

B.S. – University of Louisville
M.S. – University of Louisville
Ph.D. candidate – University of Louisville
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Bryan Hamilton is a full-time assistant professor for the Justice and Public Safety program at Sullivan University. He is also certified as a police instructor through the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council. Bryan is a member of Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Southern Criminal Justice Association and the American Society of Criminology. His areas of interests include criminal theory, social and criminal deviance, juvenile delinquency, sexual deviance, intimate partner violence and child abuse. Prior to joining the faculty at Sullivan, Bryan served the community of Louisville as a member of the Louisville Metro Police Department for 20 years. The majority of his time was spent investigating incidents of domestic violence and the physical and sexual assault of children. The last three years of his career were spent as an instructor in LMPD’s Training Academy.

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