Professor Mike Milnor

Professor of Criminal Justice

mmilnor@liberty.edu


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Spring 2014 Office Hours
M/W/F: 1:00-4:00pm

Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Justice Administration, Criminology, Corrections, Criminal Investigations, Criminal Justice Leadership.

Professional Career:

  • M.A. Management & Leadership, Liberty University
  • B.S. Sociology/Criminology, Averett University
  • Director of Public Safety
  • Sheriff
  • Director/Coordinator of FBl/VSP Narcotics Task Force
  • Senior Supervisory Investigator
  • Investigator/Polygraph Examiner
  • Federal/State Task  Force Narcotics Agent
  • Deputy Sheriff

 Biographical Statement:

Professor Milnor has a 31 year career in criminal justice spanning local, state and federal law enforcement assignments. He has served in the leadership roles of Director of Public Safety of an agency consisting of over 500 paid and volunteer personnel, Interim Sheriff of the Campbell County Sheriff s Office, a medium size full-service law enforcement agency, Director/Coordinator of a Federal/State Narcotics Task Force investigating interstate and international drug trafficking organizations.

Professor Milnor is a polygraph examiner and recognized expert in the field of interview and interrogation.  He has been the lead case agent on hundreds of major crimes throughout his career. He has been a member of the Central VA Regional Homicide Squad since 1986. He has also served as hostage negotiator and senior supervisory investigator over the criminal investigations division of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, supervising all aspects of major criminal investigations.

Professor Milnor also serves as a keynote speaker and lecturer throughout the United States for the National District Attorney's Association,  the Federal

Favorite Scripture:

For he is God's servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword in vain. For he is the servant of God, an avenger who carries out God's wrath on the wrongdoer. - Romans 13:4