Fac/Staff profile

Scott Macek

Scott
Macek
J.D., M.S.

Lecturer in Criminal Justice Studies

Education

J.D., Wayne State University School of Law.

M.S., Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis, Michigan State University.

1202 Social Sciences Bldg (SSB)
4901 Evergreen Rd
Dearborn, MI 48128
248-245-6036
By appointment

About

Scott Macek has been an adjunct faculty member within the criminal justice program since 2013. He is currently teaching Intelligence and Homeland Security.

Mr. Macek has been employed as an Intelligence Analyst with the FBI since 2004, with a focus on international terrorism. He returned from a 2 year assignment at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA, where he taught intelligence concepts to brand new Special Agents and Intelligence Analysts for the FBI.

He graduated from Michigan State University (MSU) in 2000 with a double major of Criminal justice and Psychology. He received his J.D. in 2003 from Wayne State University School of Law. He received his M.S. in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis also from MSU in 2011.

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History

Member for
2 years 1 week
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