Dr. Raymond Garritano

Assistant Professor, Justice, Law and Public Safety Studies

Leadership, ethics and administration

Courses Taught:
Critical Thinking & Decision Making

Public Safety Leadership

Management & Development

Public Safety Administration and Management
Fiscal Management for Public Safety Administrators
Public Safety Leadership, Theory and Practice
Public Safety Training-Management and Development
Ethics, Integrity and Social Responsibility
Labor Relations in the Public Sector
Human Resource Management
Multicultural Diversity
Organizational Behavior in Public Safety Systems

D.P.A., Nova Southeastern University, 1978
M.A., Nova Southeastern University, 1976
M.A., Roosevelt University, 1965
B.S., Roosevelt University, 1961

Member of Boards of Directors of both the Fifth District Chief’s of Police Association and the South Suburban Association of Chief’s of Police
Lifeline Pilots Organization Board of Directors
Frankfort Township Unit of the Illinois Division of the American Cancer Society member,
Centennial Walk Commission Sponsor,
Big Brothers of America Member – Illinois Fire Chiefs Association Research & Scholarship Committee

Professional Background:
Before continuing his career at Lewis, Dr. Garritano built his career around public service, more specifically in local government and education. He started out as a public school district Superintendent, then eventually worked as a Village Manager and then Chief of Police before accepting a position as an Assistant Professor of Public Safety Administration here at Lewis.

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