Greg Stewart, M.S.

Greg StewartAdjunct Faculty

Criminology & Criminal Justice

550 Urban Center Building
gstew2@pdx.edu 

Curriculum Vita (pdf)
Google Scholar Profile

Office Hours (Fall 2018):
for CCJ 200: Fridays 9 am - 10 am*
for CCJ 230: Fridays 10 am - 11 am*
subject to change — contact to schedule

Education

M.S., Criminology and Criminal Justice, Portland State University
B.A., Lewis and Clark College


Greg Stewart is an adjunct professor with Portland State University (PSU), a Fellow with PSU’s Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute and a sergeant with the Portland Police Bureau (PPB). In addition to teaching, his research interests include crime analysis, the use of data in policing and police use of force. His policing assignments have included patrol work as an officer and sergeant, working undercover addressing street level drug dealing, supervising the PPB’s Domestic Violence Reduction Unit, working in the Chief’s Office and creating and supervising the PPB’s Crime Analysis Unit. He has a master’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from PSU, is a Police Foundation Policing Fellow, a member of George Mason University’s Evidence-Based Policing Hall of Fame, a graduate of Michigan State University’s SMART Policing Fellows Academy and a Law Enforcement Advancing and Data Science (LEADS) scholar with the National Institute of Justice. He has trained and consulted for police agencies from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, the Ukraine and Bangladesh.


Courses

Greg is scheduled to teach the following courses for the 2018/19 academic year (subject to change):

CCJ 200 Criminology & Criminal Justice (campus program) – Summer, Fall, Spring terms
CCJ 230 Policing in America (campus program) – Fall term

Students in Greg’s prior classes note the following about his teaching: 

"Summer '17 was my first term back to college after 15 years away. [...] I was completely anxious about taking CCJ 200, which I was only taking as part of my UPA degree requirement. Professor Stewart blew me away! He was encouraging, thoughtful, organized, helpful, funny, thought-provoking and absolutely brilliant. I asked him if he is teaching any classes in the fall so I could keep working with him (he is not :-( ). Because of him, I decided to stay in UPA instead of changing majors to Communications, and the classes I'm most interested in now are CCJ. Thank you thank you thank you for having such an amazing and engaging teacher for what could have easily been a throw away online class."

 

"I am very impressed with Sgt. Stewart. He is focused, knowledgeable and thoughtful. A lot of what we covered brings out strong feelings for certain people, and normally biases run rampant in this field or over these topics. Not so with Sgt. Stewart. He provides multiple ways of looking at a highly complex subject, has a huge amount of practical experience, and is a good educator. I would happily take another course from him."

 

"This instructor was something else. He was very caring, organized, didn't bash people for their opinions on certain subjects, and was very helpful with anything I needed help on. He shows a great amount of care in what he teaches and he was a good instructor. Being that he is also a sergeant in the Portland Police Bureau it was great to have a professor that is actually law enforcement."