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Administration of Justice Faculty

FULL-TIME FACULTY
Jim Woolum Jim Woolum
jwoolum@citruscollege.edu  
Office: CI 106
Phone: (626) 852-8011

Jim Woolum is a full time faculty member at Citrus College with over thirty years experience in local law enforcement. In addition to classroom activities, Mr. Woolum is currently vice president of the Academic Senate.

Mr. Woolum teaches:
AJ 101 – Introduction to the Administration of Justice
AJ 102 – Concepts of Criminal Law
AJ 103 – Legal Aspects of Evidence
AJ 109 – Criminal Procedures
AJ 112 – Community Relations

ADJUNCT FACULTY
Lt. Paul Dennis Paul Dennis
pdennis@citruscollege.edu  

Paul Dennis is currently a lieutenant with the Azusa Police Department. During his 20 year career in law enforcement, he has held a variety of assignments which include jailer, officer, detective, S.W.A.T. Team Member and S.W.A.T. Team Commander. He is currently assigned to the Patrol Division and serves as the Sector Area Commander for the eastern portion of the city. Lt. Dennis has been an instructor at Citrus College since 2003.

Lt. Dennis teaches:
AJ 101 – Introduction to the Administration of Justice
AJ 105 – Criminal Investigation
AJ 123 – Writing for Criminal Justice Professionals
AJ 133 – Correctional Writing

 
Brian Elias Brian Elias
belias@citruscollege.edu  

Brian Elias has over 20 years of experience in a variety of public safety roles including paramedic and police officer. He is currently a captain with the Operations Division of the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner. Brian is a Fellow of the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators and serves on that organizations board.

Capt. Elias teaches:
AJ 121 - Death Investigation

 
Peter Gold Peter Gold
pgold@citruscollege.edu  

Mr. Gold teaches:
AJ 102 – Concepts of Criminal Law
AJ 107 – Traffic Control
AJ 108 – Juvenile Procedures

 
Stephan Hunt Stephan Hunt
shunt@citruscollege.edu  

Steve Hunt is currently a lieutenant with the Azusa Police Department and is also a Citrus College graduate. Lt. Hunt is a U.S. Army veteran and has over 21 years of law enforcement experience. He has held a number of assignments that include patrol officer, narcotics detective, gang detective, field training officer and S.W.A.T. He is currently assigned as the detective bureau lieutenant, overseeing investigations and narcotics. Lt. Hunt has been instructor at Citrus College since 2001.

Lt. Hunt teaches:
AJ 101 – Introduction to the Administration of Justice
AJ 106 – Patrol Procedures
AJ 111 – Narcotics and Vice Control

 
Robert Landeros Robert Landeros
rladeros@citruscollege.edu  

Robert Landeros is currently a corporal with the Azusa Police Department and has ten years of law enforcement experience. Corporal Landeros is a United States Army combat veteran with service in the Military Police. He has held numerous assignments that include patrol officer, Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force officer, firearms instructor, and gang unit officer. He is currently assigned as a field supervisor in the Patrol Division. Corporal Landeros holds an Associate of Science degree in Administration of Justice, a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration, and a Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies.

 
Tien Pham Dr. Tien Pham, JD
tpham@citruscollege.edu  

Dr. Tien Pham is currently a deputy district attorney in Los Angeles County. Before becoming a prosecutor, Dr. Pham briefly practiced law as a criminal defense attorney. She has a wide range of experience in criminal law, criminal evidence and criminal procedure. Her experience offers students a unique prospective into the criminal justice system.

Dr. Pham teaches:
AJ 103 – Legal Aspects of Evidence
AJ 109 – Criminal Procedures

 
Harry Provencher Henry Provencher
hprovencher@citruscollege.edu  

Henry Provencher is a chief deputy warden for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation at the California Institution for Men. As a career executive, his law enforcement experience spans over 30 years and he is responsible for all facets of management in business services, human resources, litigation, investigations, training, operations, and policy/procedure development and implementation.

Mr. Provencher teaches:
AJ 130 – Introduction to Probation and Parole
AJ 131 – Introduction to Corrections
AJ 135 – Control and Supervision in Corrections
AJ 136 – Correctional Interviewing and Counseling
AJ 137 – Legal Aspects of Corrections

Kerwin Wog

Kerwin Wong
kwong@citruscollege.edu  

Kerwin Wong is currently a sergeant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. His career of 28 years in law enforcement has given him opportunities to work numerous assignments, which include, jails, courts, patrol, undercover/sting operations, detectives, public relations, youth programs, background investigator, and incident management team. Sgt. Wong has been an instructor at Citrus College for over 18 years.

Mr. Wong teaches:
AJ 101 – Introduction to the Administration of Justice

 
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