Dept. of Justice and Human Services
- J.D. Nova Southeastern University
- MPA Grambling State University
Alicia Jackson, J.D., is a professor and the coordinator of Academic Success and Bar Preparation at the College of Law at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Immediately prior, she was an instructor at the Shepard Broad Law Center. She is the former Chair of the undergraduate criminal justice program at Nova Southeastern University. In her development of the undergraduate major, she created online classes and expanded the curriculum to include specialty tracks and a dual enrollment program with the Criminal Justice Institute. In addition, she developed and taught various courses, including, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Victimology, Gangs in America, Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice and Constitutional Law and Issues.
Prior to teaching, Jackson served as the executive director of a juvenile delinquency intervention program sponsored by the Department of Justice - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the Broward Sheriff’s Office. She is the former chair of the Gang Free Communities Steering Committee that included members from various criminal justice agencies throughout South Florida. Jackson is a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and the Florida Bar and previously served as a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator.
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