Over the years Tom Mauriello has made hundreds of public speaking appearances in a number of subject areas and venues.  They fall in a variety of categories from guest lectures; conference key note addresses; graduation speeches; training, awareness and education workshops; to motivational speeches.   General topic areas are in:

  • Forensic Sciences
  • Criminal Investigation
  • Education and Training
  • Critical Thinking
  • Polygraph
  • Forensic Hypnosis
  • Operations Security
  • Communications — Public Speaking
  • “Making a Different”—  a Motivational Speech
  • Flipped Classroom Blended Learning Teaching

Tom Mauriello is available to speak at universities, conferences, banquets, professional meetings, training and other events.  Contact him directly for fees and scheduling.

May 7, 2012 – Keynote Address

Past Engagements:

May 23-24, 2017  – Featured Keynote Speaker at the “Keeping One Step Ahead (KOSA)” training conference for administrative assistants at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland.  The topic presented each of the two days was Critical Thinking — A ‘Thought’ Provoking Presentation,” that included a motivational discussion on critical thinking communication skills and a series of interactive exercises with the audience of 80+ participants each day.

May 18, 2017 – Presented a three hour workshop on oral communications, and two additional briefings on the “polygraph” and “use of drones in public safety” at the NCMS – CHANNEL ISLANDS CHAPTER SPRING SECURITY SEMINAR, at the Courtyard by Marriott, Oxnard Ventura, CA.  Approximately 80+ contractor security officers and federal agents were in attendance.

March 16, 2017 – Luncheon speaker for the Malden Kiwanis at Anthony’s Restaurant, Canal Street, Malden, MA at 12:30 PM.  The title of his presentation was “A Look Thru the Eyes of A Forensic Scientist.”  25 members and their guests were present to hear Mr. Mauriello’s presentation in his home town of Malden, MA.

December 2, 2016 – The University of Maryland’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice manages a joint MA degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice between UMD and Nanjing Normal University (NNU) in China. While in residence on the College Park campus, the 30 NNU students expressed a strong interest in learning about Professor Mauriello’s crime lab and mock crime scenes.  As a result of this request, he presented a 2-hour lecture, a series of laboratory demonstrates and a tour of the Mock Crime Scene Facility.

September 7, 2016 – Tom visited Ms. Emily Moore’s Forensic Sciences classes at Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland.  He is invited by Ms. Moore at the beginning of the school year to speak to her students in all four of her forensic sciences classes. His lecture establishes a foundation of understanding for the criminal investigations and forensic sciences fields of study and includes a  discussion on the opportunities associated with the career fields.

August 18, 2016 – Tom and his colleague Rusty Capps, CT/CI Training Partners LLC presented a day long seminar to 30 mid-level police officers and graduate students from the People’s Police Academy of Vietnam.  Tom’s topic presented was entitled, “Criminal and Crime Scene Investigations and the Application of the Forensic Sciences,”  and Rusty’s topic was “ISIS and the Lone Wolf Threat” (Counterterrorism). The seminar was hosted by the University of Maryland College of Behavioral and Social Sciences – Office of International and Executive Programs (OIEP).

July 27,2016 – Tom presented a lecture and demonstrated the activities of a crime laboratory to students enrolled in Terp Discovery a program that welcomes academically talented middle school students to an extraordinary learning opportunity at the University of Maryland.  The two week course is entitled EXST016: Science Detectives: An Introduction to Forensic Science.

July 21, 2016 – Tom was the keynote speaker at the Breakfast Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) on July 21, 2016 at the Martin’s West, Baltimore, Maryland.   The event started at 7:45 AM – 8:30 AM with  Registration/breakfast ; 8:30 AM  – 9:00 AM Chapter business ;  and 9:00 AM – 10:20 AM with Guest speaker, Tom Mauriello’s presentation, “Truth and Lies of the Polygraph.”

July 20, 2016 – Tom presented a 3-hour lecture and demonstration of the crime laboratory to 20 students enrolled in the summer course, ANTH221 – Introduction to Forensic Sciences.  These students were participating in the summer three week Terp Young Scholars Academic Program, a pre-college program where high school students pursue academic interests, discover career opportunities, earn three university credits, and explore university life.  Marilyn London, a Forensic Anthropologist and colleague is their facilitator and instructor for the course.  In fact, while Tom was teaching her students, she taught in her laboratory my 30 students from Zhejiang Police College in the field of forensic anthropology.

July 11-19, 2016 – Tom presented a two week non-credit workshop for 30 Chinese Police Science students on the University of Maryland, College Park Campus during the two week period, July 11-22, 2016.  The students were undergraduates enrolled in Zhejiang Police College in China   He presented material about the US criminal justice system in general and then focused in on police and forensic activities.  The workshop was hosted by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences – Office of International and Executive Programs (OIEP).

June 4, 2016 – Appeared as a guest on the radio show “Crime Talk Radio”  hosted by retired NYPD Homicide Detective, Joseph Giacalone.   The show was broadcast on WRCN 103.9 FM Suffolk County, NY.   Tom discussed the future of forensics, the forensics programs being taught in high school all over the country and providing advice for students interested in forensics.

June 3, 2016 – The Center for Forensic Excellence held it’s second meeting of area prosecutors, law enforcement officials, and forensic leaders at Stevenson University’s Owings Mills campus, Baltimore County, Maryland.  Tom presented at a breakout session at the event on the subject of polygraph examination.  The title of his presentation was “The Truth and Lies of the Polygraph ― A presentation that will eliminate the mystery, misconceptions, and anxiety experienced during the polygraph process.  

May 2, 2016 – Presented a lecture on “death investigation and forensic pathology” to Dr. Laure Brooks’ CCJS 340 – Policing class 10:00 AM to 10:50 AM in 2205 LeFrak Hall, University of Maryland College Park Campus.

April 29, 2016 – Appeared LIVE on the WJLA-TV talk show, “Let’s Talk Live.”   WJLA is a local ABC affiliate network in Washington, DC.  Tom was a a guest of the show that aired LIVE on April 29th, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM discussing and demonstrating the activities his Crime Laboratory students would be presenting at the Maryland Day 2016 the following day, April 30, 2016.

April 12, 2016 – Presented at the Industrial Security Awareness Council of Central Maryland (ISAC-MD) Annual Training Seminar held at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) Kossiakoff Center, Laurel, Maryland.  The theme for the event was “Celebrating 10 Years of Security Excellence.”  Tom presented his education topic, “The Flipped Classroom – Turning Your Security Education Program Upside-down” to over 200 security professions.

April 4-6, 2016 – Presented at the Impact 2016 National Security Institute’s 31st Annual Security Forum held at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia.  The theme for the forum this year was “Redefining Security in the Cyber Age.”  Tom presented on Wednesday morning, April 6th at  8:55 AM to 9:40 AM, presenting an Education Session entitled “The Flipped Classroom – Turning Your Security Education Program Upside-down.”

April 4, 2016 – Professor Mauriello hosted a group of 30 law enforcement officials from the People’s Police Academy of Vietnam (PPA) introducing them to the academic and training contain and crime lab facilities at the University of Maryland.  The event was sponsored by the University’s Office of International and Executive Programs (OIEP) – College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS).

March 18-20, 2016 – Professor Mauriello participated as a judge in the Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, Maryland, CSI Challenge — an intercollegiate competition where students demonstrate their skills in crime scene evidence collection and preservation, case preparation, and investigative presentation takes place Saturday, March 19, 2016 beginning at 9:00 a.m.

(L to R) CSI Terp #2- Patrick Hannigan, Andres Hernandez, Kaitlyn Asbury; Professor Tom Mauriello; and CSI Terp #1 – Emily Toth, Bailey Jean Pendergast, and Nathan

(L to R) CSI Terp #2- Patrick Hannigan, Andres Hernandez, Kaitlyn Asbury; Professor Tom Mauriello; and CSI Terp #1 – Emily Toth, Bailey Jean Pendergast, and Nathan

The competition, established to encourage educational pursuits in the career fields of forensic science and criminal investigation offers students the opportunity for real-world experience supplied by a mock-crime scene, coupled with the stress of competition and time constraints. The Challenge’s objective is to demonstrate professional proficiency and scientific expertise required of persons engaged in crime scene evidence recovery and laboratory examination.

Professor Mauriello prepared two 6 student teams from the University of Maryland Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice to compete in this event.  They finished 2nd and 3rd place overall with 30 teams participating.

 

February 21-27, 2016 – Attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV.

October 29, 2015 – Presented a forensic sciences lecture for an after school program sponsored by the YMCA YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES at the Albert Einstein High School in Montgomery County, Maryland.

October 27-28, 2015 – Presented three 2 hour lectures for the Office of International and Executive Programs (OIEP) at the University of Maryland College Park Campus.  The participants were judges of the Supreme People’s Court of Hunan Province, China.  The topics included “Standards and procedural rules governing the introduction of expert testimony and scientific evidence in the U.S. court system,” “Strategies for responding to expert testimony and scientific evidence in the U.S. court system,” and  “Appealing criminal convictions through the use of expert testimony and scientific evidence.”

November 24, 2015 –  Guest speaker for the NCMS Chesapeake Bay Chapter Annual Seminar at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Kossiakoff Center,  Laurel, Maryland.  Topic is the “Truth and Lies of the Polygraph.

October 23, 2015 – Lectured to two Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland 9th Grade Academy groups, both groups students of Ms. Emily Moore’s forensic sciences teacher.  They were visiting the University of Maryland College Park Campus and were given tours of the crime lab and mock crime scene facility.

October 21, 2015 –  Stevenson University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies hosted a Forensic Symposium on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 from 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.  The title of the event was “Truth, Deception, and Lies – Forensic Techniques for Assessing the Facts”  which featured forensic experts including Tom Mauriello explaining and demonstrating how to detect if someone is telling the truth or if they are lying through interview, scientific, and cyber techniques. The event was held at the Owings Mills, Maryland Campus – Brown School of Business and Leadership.  Click here for more information on the symposium.  GPS_ForSymposiumProgram

October 20, 2015 – Guest lecture for Professor Marilyn London’s Forensic Anthropology class at the University of Maryland.   The presentation included a tour of Tom Mauriello’s teaching crime laboratory and mock crime scene facility on the College Park campus.

October 15, 2015 –  Luncheon speaker at the local Malden Kiwanis Meeting in Malden, Massachusetts. Members of the Malden, Everett, Medford, Revere, Chelsea and Somerville Kiwanis Clubs were present. The presentation focused on the use of the polygraph and was held at Anthony’s of Malden on Canal Street.

October 13-16, 2015 – Taught a four- hour workshop at the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists (NEAFS) annual conference in Hyannis, Massachusetts.  The topic “Your Attention Please! – A Public Speaking Skills Workshop” presented to improve participant’s oral communications skills in the classroom, courtroom and conference room.

October 6, 2015 – Presented two 2.5 hour workshops entitled “Your Attention Please – A Public Speaking Skills Workshop,”  at the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO), Alexandria, Virginia during their HumRRO Fall Conference.

September 23, 2015 – Presented a four hour workshop on how to integrate the use of video editing software to create a “Flipped Classroom – Blended Learning” course.  The workshop was presented to adjunct instructors teaching courses for the US Department of Defense.

September 15, 2015 – Taught an eight hour block of instruction for 10 police officer new recruits attending the University of Maryland Police Academy.  Modules included crime scene processing and preservation of evidence; forensic sciences; and mock crime scene practical exercises.

September 8, 2015 – Guest lectured at Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland in teacher Emily Moore’s four forensic sciences classes.

August 2-8, 2015 – aired three LIVE ForensicWeek.com Shows at the International Association of Identification (IAI) Centennial International Educational Conference in Sacramento, California.  The theme for the conference was  “A Proud Past, A Bright Future.”  Read more…

July 29, 2015 –  Presented to 20+ middle scholars from all over the State of Maryland attending the EXST016: SCIENCE DETECTIVES: AN INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE Course sponsored by the University of Maryland Office of Extended Studies Young Scholars Discovery Program.   The students got to learn about the crime lab, what college students learn, discussed criminal  cases and they were walked through three mock crime scenes.

July 28, 2015 – Presenting a one hour brown bag type presentation to adjunct instructors for the US Department of Defense on the topic of “Flipped Classroom-Blended Learning” techniques used to transform traditional platform courses.

July 20, 2015 – Presented a three hour lecture on the forensic sciences to 19 high school students participating in the “Young Scholars Program” sponsored by the University of Maryland Department of Anthropology.

May 2, 2015 – Presented at the “DC Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Rights of Spring,” CLE session.  The theme for the program was “Nuts & Bolts.” The title of the presentation was “Evaluating a Case for the Need for An Expert.”  The program was held at The Mansion on O Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

May 1, 2015 – Presented a lecture on “death investigations and forensic pathology” to a criminal justice class at the University of Maryland, College Park.

April 21, 2015 –  The Reservoir High School, Howard County Maryland, forensic sciences class visited the University of Maryland Crime Laboratory and receiving a presentation and demonstration of the forensic sciences activities in the lab and a walk through tour of the Mock Crime Scenes Facility.

February 19, 2015, presented a scientific paper at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences(AAFS) 67th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, Florida.  The paper is entitled, “The Flipped Classroom – Turning Your Forensic Education Program Upside-Down.”  The paper and presentation introduces to the forensic sciences community the new pedagogy being used today by universities throughout the country.

February 17, 2015, presented a half-day workshop at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences(AAFS) 67th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, Florida.  The workshop is entitled, “Your Attention, Please! – A Public Speaking Skills Workshop,” W16.  A workshop to improve presentation skills through strategic planning, preparation, and performance.

September 26, 2014 – presented at the University of Maryland – Learning Technologies Faculty Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Series on the topic of  ”A Flipped and Blended Learning Classroom – Turning your Course Up-Side-Down.” Presented at the Patuxent Building, Room 0120, College Park Campus., 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM.

September 11, 2014 – presented a “Critical Thinking” workshop at the Emerald Coast NCMS Chapter 21st Annual Seminar, Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

September 5, 2014 – presented a lecture on “Forensic Sciences,” to forensic sciences students at the Roosevelt High School, Green belt, Maryland.

August 13-15, 2014 – Presented a workshop entitled,“Video Lecture Engagement Strategies in a Flipped Classroom” at the “Interactive Learning Technologies 2014 SALT® Conference,”  held at the Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel, in Reston, Virginia

July 23, 2014 – Guest lecture, Georgetown University, Summer Forensic Sciences Institute. Washington, D.C. Topic, Forensic Pathology and Death Investigation.

June, 18, 2014 – Presented the keynote address to over 1500 participants at the NCMS 50th Annual Seminar, Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center, Harbor Place, MD.  Topic of keynote address – “The Flipped Classroom – Turning Your Security Education Program Upside-down.”  Click here NCMS NE Chapter Newsletter_Sep2014 to see review of Tom Mauriello’s presentation in the NCMS New England Chapter Newsletter, Vol. 1, Ed. 2 / September 2014.

May 27, 2014 – presented an hour forensic sciences overview presentation to Mr. Ivan Ferron’s science students at the Triton Regional High School, Byfield, Massachusetts.  The 60 plus students were studying forensic sciences and biology.

May 20, 2014 – presented an 8 hour block of instruction for the University of Maryland Police Academy’s “Basic Police Training Academy.”   The topic of instruction was “Forensic Science Capabilities for the Law Enforcement Officer.”

May 2, 2014 – presented a lecture on “Forensic Sciences and  Death Investigation,” for a criminal justice class at the University of Maryland College Park Campus.

April 30, 2014 – spoke at the College and Career Pathways – 2nd Annual Criminal Justice Career Day at the Northwestern High School, Hyattsville, MD, 10 AM to 1 PM. Topic will be careers in Forensic Sciences.

April 25, 2014, co-presented with Jun Yang, Division of Information Technologies, Course Developer, at the University of Maryland’s “Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference.”   The topic of the presentation was “Engaging Video Lectures in a Flipped Classroom.”

April, 12, 2014, mentored at the Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD, CSI Challenge Competition, while having two student Crime Scene Investigation Teams competing with 30+ other criminal justice student teams, as they demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities when processing  a mock crime scene.

March 19, 2014, presented for the National Security Training Institute (NSTI), a 4 hour workshop on public speaking skills entitled, “Motivation through Communications,” for senior security mangers at the National Conservation Training Center, Shepherdstown, WV.

February 21, 2014 – Moderator for the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) General Section scientific session at the 66th AAFS Scientific Meeting held at the Washington Sate Convention Center in Seattle, WA, February 17-22, 2014.

December 13, 2013 – Guest speaker for three forensic science classes at Duval High School, Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Focus was on the forensic sciences techniques and the career field and mentorship.

December 4, 2013 – Host of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) General Section Disciples Webinar.  AAFS has been presenting a series of free on-line webinars on forensic science career choices and development. This program was developed in conjunction with the theme of the AAFS upcoming February 2014 annual meeting, “Forensic Science Education and Mentorship: Our Path Forward”.  The General Section webinar was broadcast on December 4, 2013, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST).

December 3, 2013 – Special guest speaker for the virtual CSI Forensics club –  a group of middle school students enrolled in the Calvert Virtual Academy, Huntsville, MD, a dynamic home-school program for Sixth through Eighth Grades that takes advantage of the latest instructional tools to provide an online environment that prepares students for high school.   The webinar using Adobe Connect platform was presented from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.

November 26, 2013 – taught an 8 hour block of instruction for  the University of Maryland Police Academy.  The topic was “Identification, Protection and Analysis of Forensic Evidence”  – For the law enforcement officer. The day long class was presented at the University of Maryland Crime Laboratory and consisted of both lecture and hand-on laboratory exercises.

October 17, 2013 – Presentation for the University of Maryland Federal Semester Program students preparing to go through the security clearance process for intern positions.  The topic for discussion was the federal security clearance process and the use of the polygraph.  The lecture was presented at the University of Maryland Crime Laboratory, 2401 Marie Mount Hall from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM.

September 19, 2013 – presented at the Northeast Maryland Security Council (NMSC) Annual Seminar,  BEST Center, 1204 Technology Drive, Aberdeen, MD  21001.  The topic to be presented is , Critical Thinking — A ‘Thought’ Provoking Presentation,” for the security professional.

July 24, 2013 – Guest lecturer, Georgetown University, Summer Forensic Sciences Institute. Washington, D.C. See more…

July 11, 2013 – presented a “Gun Recognition and Identification for Professional Journalists,” four hours workshop sponsored by The Poynter Institute and the University of Maryland College of Education.  See more…

June 25-28, 2013 – Co-sponsored and co-taught a forensic educators workshop for high school teachers, “Crime Scenes in the Classroom,” at the University of Maryland, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice’s Crime Laboratory.

June 6 – 8, 2013 – at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara CA, presented two presentations for the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI), 2013 Annual Conference.  The first with “Critical Thinking for the Investigator,” and the second was the “Truth and Lies of the Polygraph.”

Jan. – May 2013 – Teaching two spring semester CCJS 320, “Introduction to Criminalistics” laboratory courses at the University of Maryland @ College Park for the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

May 18, 2013, presented four demos and presentations on the polygraph at the International Spy Museum’s – Spy Fest 2013 – KidSpy Family Festival, 800 F Street, NW, Washington, DC. Learn more

May 15, 2013 – presented at the ISAC Central Maryland Professional Development Session on the topic of “Critical Thinking” Skills for Security Officers.

April 26, 2013 – presented for the Association of Forensic Science Students at George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 6:15-8pm in the Eckles library at our Mt.Vernon Campus.  Topics included, ”A Case of Double Jeopardy – How 3D Laser Scanning Clarified the Truth,” and “The Truth and Lies of the Polygraph.”

April 18, 2013 – presented Motivation through Communications – A Briefing Skills Presentation to a group of senior security managers in government at the DNI/NCIX Senior Security Professional Seminar hosted by Special Aerospace Security Services, Inc. (SASSi), Chantilly, VA.

April 16, 2013 – presented two security and professional development related topics for the Channel Islands NCMS Spring Seminar, in Oxnard, CA.

April 11, 2013 – presented at the NCMS, Mid-South Chapter, Huntsville, AL, on the topic of “Critical Thinking” Skills for Security Officers. See agenda.

April 2, 2013 – Keynote presentation, 7th Annual ISAC (Industrial Security Awareness Council) of Central Maryland Training Seminar, The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Kossiakoff Center, 11100 Johns Hopkins Road, Laurel, MD, Topic: “Truth and Lies of the Polygraph.”  See Agenda.

Feb. 21, 2013 – presented a paper, “A Case of Double Jeopardy: How 3D Laser Scanning Clarified the Truth,” at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 65th Anniversary Meeting, Washington, D.C.

August 29, 2012 – December 10, 2012 – Taught two fall semester CCJS 320, “Introduction to Criminalistics” laboratory courses at the University of Maryland @ College Park for the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

October 31, 2012 – Presented Motivation through Communications – A Briefing Skills Presentation to a group of senior security managers in government at the DNI/NCIX Senior Security Professional Seminar at the Bavarian Inn, Shepherdstown, WV.

September 3 – 7, 2012 – Guest speaker at the World Association of Detectives’, 87th Annual Conference, held at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel Boston, MA. Tom present his “Critical Thinking — A ‘Thought’
Provoking Presentation,” for their worldwide audience of investigators and security professionals.    See more…

May 30, 2012 – July 2, 2012 – Taught Summer Session I, CCJS 320, “Introduction to Criminalistics” laboratory course at the University of Maryland @ College Park for the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

June 5, 2012 – TV Documentary “Lizzie Borden Had An Ax,” aired on the new Discovery Channel, Destination Discovery, on Tuesday, June 5th at 9:00 P.M. EST.  For a sneak preview of this show, go to Video Gallery.

May 7, 2012 – Keynote speaker at the Operations Security Professional Society (OPS) Social, held in conjunction with the 23rd Annual National OPSEC Conference 6:00PM at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California.

April 19, 2012 – Presented a leadership workshop, “Motivation through Communications —A Briefing Skills Presentation,” at the Senior Security Professionals Seminar, for the National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX) at St. Michaels, MD.

April 18, 2012 – Keynote speaker at the JSAC/NCMS (Joint Security Awareness Council/National Classification Management Society) Security Seminar, Dallas, Texas. Tom presented his new topic of discussion, “Critical Thinking for the Security Professional.”

March 29, 2012 – Tom was a guest lecture at the University of Maryland Shady Grove
Campus, speaking to criminal justice students in the Special Topics in Forensic Sciences
course. He lectured on the use of forensic interview techniques during the
investigative process.

February 22-25, 2012 – Presentation of Scientific Paper at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting – Title, “Forensic Polygraphy in a Global Environment:  Comments on the Worldwide Growth of an American Obsession,” – Co-Presented with Frank Horvath, Ph.D., National Center for Credibility Assessment.

February 13, 2012 – 8 hour police training module – University of Maryland Police Academy, College Park, Maryland – Subjects include forensic sciences and evidence processing.

January 25, 2012 – May 9, 2012, Tom is teaching his two spring semester CCJS
320, “Introduction to Criminalistics” laboratory courses at the University of Maryland @
College Park for the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

December 9, 2011 – 8:30 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. – Presentation “The Truth and Lies of the Polygraph” – Presented to the American Small Business Consortium – at the Loyola University Maryland: Graduate Center Columbia Campus. 8890 McGaw Road Columbia, MD 21045.