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Norbert J. Chandler, MPA, MENorbert J. Chandler, MPA, MEP

Assistant Professor

Homeland and Security & Emergency Management

Department of Political Science and Public Affairs

Social Science Building 223

912.358.3254

chandlern@savannahstate.edu

Research Interest

Homeland Security courses related to Border Security for my favorite subject to teach and Effective Leadership for research.

Education

Master’s Degree – Public Administration/ Major Justice Administration 12/2010

Law Enforcement Command College Graduate, 12/2010

BBA, Marketing Management, Terry Business School, University of Georgia, UGA 1975

Emergency Management Master Exercise Practitioner, MEP, Professional Designation FEMA,

02/2010

 

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Savannah State University, August 2012 - present

 

Current Responsibilities

 

Selected Publications

U.S. Customs Today article named "Who's The Boss." This was published in 2000

 

Membership in Professional Organization

Coastal Law Enforcement Officers Organization, CLEO, Member and past Chairman

Propeller Club of the United States, Member 2007-2011

Son’s of the American Legion, Post 154, Member

Knights of Columbus, Council 631, Member

Columbus State University, Law Enforcement Command College, Class spokesperson and

committee member

Maritime Interagency Center for Operations (MICO)

USCG Area Maritime Security Council (AMSEC)

CEMA Emergency Support Function (ESF) multi-agency group Savannah

CEMA Multi-Agency Coordination Group (MAC)

 

Services to the Community

My interests are in how people create their own POWER in the workforce and what they do with that power once it is attained.  I hope to continue research in these areas once I am accepted as a professor at Savannah State University.  I also plan to research the benefit of multi-agency cooperation and partnership in Emergency Planning for local communities with limited resources.