Kelly Treece photo Dr. Kelly S. Treece
Crime Scene House
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Department
335 Louis Bennett Hall
304-462-6282
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Education

PhD. ABD Forensic Psychology - Walden University
M.S Forensic Psychology - Walden University
M.S. Criminal Justice- University of Wisconsin-Platteville
B.S. Criminal Justice- Mount Senario College
A.A.S. Police Science- Milwaukee Area Technical College

Curriculum Vitae

Ms. Treece joined the Glenville State faculty in 2011 from the Pewaukee Police Department where she served as a Sergeant for patrol operations. She currently serves on the Academic Policy Committee, the Sexual Misconduct Committee, the Treat Assessment Committee, the Coordinated College Response to Sexual Assault Committee, and the Honor’s Program Committee. She has served as the Criminal Justice Fraternity (Sigma Pi Xi) advisor since 2012.

Ms. Treece also participates in the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVROCKS) program where she developed and teaches Applied Ethics in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security. .

Presentations:

  • 09/01/15 – In press– Content expert for Pearson Publishing. Develop content for interactive e-learning Revel program for: Morris and Merton (in press). Report writing for law enforcement and corrections professionals. Pearson Publishing
  • 04/10/15 - Key Note Speaker for the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs State Correctional Officer graduation. “Ethics”
  • 09/20/13 - Key Note Speaker for the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs State Correctional Officer graduation. “Goals”