Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Steve Amey

Phone: (231) 591-5083
E-mail Address:
Office: Bishop Hall 534

Office Hours:
Tuesday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Also available by appointment



Basketball, Guitar, Lifting weights, Mountain biking and Computers


Wayne State University, Ph.D. Instructional Design and Technology (A.B.D)
Central Michigan University, M.S. in Public Administration
Eastern Michigan University, Center for Regional and National Security Computer Forensics Training
Ferris State University, B.S. Criminal Justice
St. Clair County Community College, Associates Degree in Criminal Justice

Areas of Specialization:

Criminal Investigation, Police Patrol, Undercover work, Ethics, Search Warrant preparation, Narcotics Identification and Drug Forfeiture, Computer Crime Investigation and Forensics Training, Accident Investigation, Clandestine Methamphetamine Investigation, Interview and Interrogation, Arson Investigation, Medico legal Death Investigator, Evidence Preparation and Property Management, Crime Scene Evidence Technician, Forensic Interviewing of Children, Forensic Mapping, Use of Force Instructor (PPCT), Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Skid Car Instructor 

Current Research Interests:  

Instructional design development being incorporated with technology for future law enforcement officers training. Also, the impact of computer crimes in police work and the necessary training in today’s criminal justice field.

Professional Organizations:

ILEETA, ACJS, NRA Life Member, and Advisory Board member for DreamCatchers for Abused Children, International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST), Association for Educational Communications and Technology