- Social Science Research Analyst, National Institute of Justice, Department of Justice and Adjunct Professor, CSIM/HS/PSS
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
- Wrongful Convictions
Eric Martin holds a M.A. in Public Policy from Purdue University. He is currently an analyst with the National Institute of Justice, Department of Justice where he works to foster research and development in policing strategies and offender supervision for state and local agencies.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Martin was a crime analyst with the DC Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). At MPD, he supervised the homicide victimology research program and was an analyst liaison to the Washington Field Office of the FBI and the Baltimore-Washington HIDTA.
He was also an Emergency Liaison Officer for the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) where he offered geospatial analytical support.
Mr. Martin teaches in the Homeland Security, Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management, and Police Science Programs at GW.
- M.A. in Public Policy, Purdue University
- Particular Forms of Crime
- Managing the Politics of Leadership
- Applied Technology in Data Analytics