Jason P. Wick
Instructor, Criminal Justice Program
Office: PC 1204
Mr. Wick contributes high level experience in the areas of complex investigation, investigative analysis, interviewing, and conflict resolution. Mr. Wick's 25 year career in the United States Justice Department as an ATF Agent focused on difficult investigations related to violent crimes, fraud, and anti-terrorism through work with multiple federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
His work involved participation on evidence collection teams at the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing, the crash of United Flight 93 on 911, Improvised Explosive Device response responsibilities, and as lead investigator in many high profile investigations at the federal and state levels.
Mr. Wick's extensive investigative resume resulted in his development as an expert in the areas of complex investigation and suspect/witness interviewing. He has served as a member of the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force, on ATF's National Response Team, and as an instructor at the Federal Law Enforcment Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia.
Mr. Wick holds a B.S. in Pre-Law/Polictical Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a M.S. in Legal Studies from West Virginia University.
Mr. Wick brings his law enforcement background to the Gannon University Criminal Justice faculty to assist students identify and pursue various law enforcment careers as they traverse and complete majors associated with Criminology.