Christopher Hoina, FBI # 222, Director, Criminal Justice Studies
Christopher Hoina, Sr. (ret. Cary PD) is an alumnus of the FBI National Academy, he received his Master’s degree from NC State University and his Bachelor’s at Shaw University.
He is the co-founder of the Institute for Credible Leadership Development and serves on the executive board for the International Academy of Public Safety. Chris is also the co-founder of the North Carolina Public Safety Leadership Academy at Wake Tech. Chris has served as Faculty and Director of Criminal Justice studies at Campbell University in Research Triangle Park.
He has 25 years of law enforcement experience; from patrol officer to team commander. During his tenure as a police officer he served as supervisor within the following commands: Training, Patrol Operations, Criminal Investigations, Juvenile Investigations, School Resource Officers, Crisis Negotiation, Community Services, Crime Prevention, D.A.R.E., and Crisis Intervention.
Chris has an extensive teaching record in both classroom and on-line. He has taught at the Justice Academy, Community College, and University level. He has taught a variety of topics to include Hazardous Materials, Bias Based Profiling, Hate Crimes, Crisis Intervention, Juvenile Minority Sensitivity, Juvenile Investigations, Crisis Negotiations, Crime Scene Investigations, Crime Prevention, School Resource Officer and Implicit Bias. For the past several years his focus has been on leadership development and self-improvement for criminal justice professionals.
Chris is the co-author of the book the Moral Compass for Law Enforcement Professionals, and the essay titled Virtues of Magnanimous Officers.