Dr. Louis Howell Jr
My name is Louis Howell Jr., Ph.D. I’m a native of Newark, New Jersey currently residing in Orangeburg, South Carolina. I am a graduate of Claflin University where I majored in Sociology/Criminal Justice (Undergrad). I received my master’s degree, in Criminal Justice from Boston University, also earning my Ph.D. in Business Administration with a Specialization in Criminal Justice, at Northcentral University. My Dissertation Topic: Law Enforcement Officers Perceptions of the Influence of Reverse Bias on Their Behavior and Use of Force. I’m a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society, as well a member of Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society for Social Sciences, and The National Society of Leadership and Success, Honor Society in Leadership. I’m also the Charter advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society and Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society at Voorhees College. Fifteen years of experience managing individuals coupled with eight years of law enforcement, has afforded me the opportunity to work with a plethora of personalities. Given the responsibility to supervise persons with diverse backgrounds and vast culture differences required devotion, time and determination to foster a healthy environment of solidarity. Also, I’m a Life member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated also the advisor of the fraternity at Voorhees College. I’m a Assistant Professor and Interim Academic Program Coordinator of Criminal Justice. I also sit on the Judicial Committee at Voorhees College. Currently I am attending Concord Law School at Purdue University Global.
Ph.D. in Business Admin. with a Special. in Criminal Justice, at Northcentral University. My Dissertation Topic: Law Enforcement Officers Perceptions of the Influence of Reverse Bias on Their Behavior and Use of Force.