Criminology Experts Serving Georgia
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Experts in the study of acts committed in violation of law and the behavior of the people who have committed these acts. Criminology experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Georgia legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Georgia.
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Paul W. Logan, AIA, CFC, CHS-III, PCI, PSP, MSAJSThe Physical Security Architects, Inc.
Paul W. Logan, AIA, CFC, CHS-III, PCI, PSP, MSAJS
Denver, CO
The Physical Security Architects, Inc. (PSA) is a professional security and investigation security firm focused on making the built-environment more secure and safer for its users. With specialized knowledge and experience in architecture and construction, we have a unique understanding and appreciation for how the built-environment contributes to the occurrences of criminal behavior and critical incidents.

George Klein, Ph.D, Professor EmeritusOakton Community College
George Klein, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus
Northbrook, IL
George C. Klein, Ph.D. works as an expert witness on the intersection of mental health and criminal justice. He specializes in the police apprehension of the mentally ill, police policies and procedures, police use of excessive force, and jail suicide. He was a part-time police officer for over eight years. He was a consultant and researcher for the Behavioral Science Unit at the FBI Academy for over 13 years. He is a trained hostage negotiator and served with a SWAT team. His book, entitled, Law And The Disordered: An Exploration in Mental Health, Law, and Politics, was published in 2009. The book is an examination of the mental health and criminal justice system in Illinois. It includes fieldwork on police apprehension of the mentally ill, hospital emergency rooms, the homeless mentally ill, and mental health screening in jails. His book, entitled, The Militarization of the Police? Ideology Versus Reality, was published in 2019. The book examines the police use of force, and the riots in Ferguson and in Baltimore. In 2018, he published an article entitled, On the Death of Sandra Bland: A Case of Anger and Indifference. He has also published articles on hostage negotiation and terrorism. In 2007, he published a book entitled, The Adventure: The Quest For My Romanian Babies. George Klein taught at Oakton Community College for 43 years. He is a Professor Emeritus.