Myrna Lozano is an Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Criminal Justice. She has worked in the three components of the Criminal Justice system (Law Enforcement, Courts and Corrections) and at the local, state, and federal level. Throughout her career, she received extensive training; the highest being at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), along with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Joint Terrorist Task Force, Leadership Academy, Fugitive Task Force, Specialized Dignitary Security Services, Search and Seizure, Entry/Extraction Services, Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events, Crime Scene Investigations, Firearms Instructor and many others throughout the United States.
She is interested in the School to Prison Pipeline; Narcocultura and Latinx Youth; Crime, Immigration, and Deportation in Border towns.
- CRIJ 1301: Intro to Criminal Justice
- CRIJ 1306: Court Systems and Practices
- CRIJ 4314: Women In Criminal Justice
- INSS 4390: Capstone