Michael S.Proctor, M.A.


M.A., Criminology and Corrections, Sam Houston State University

Lecturer Of Criminology

Central Academic Building 338N
Office (210) 784-2271
Michael.Proctor@tamusa.tamus.edu

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Bio:

Mr. Michael (Mike) Proctor earned a B.S. degree in Police Science in 1977 from Weber State University (formerly Weber State College), Ogden, Utah.  Mr. Proctor earned his Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Criminology and Corrections from Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas in 1982.  He is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) through the University of the Rockies, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Mr. Proctor is currently teaching classes for Texas A & M University – San Antonio – North located at 8300 Pat Booker Rd, Live Oak, Texas.  He teaches classes in Corrections, Courts and Criminal Procedure, Violent Crime, Law and Society, Victimology, and Research Methods.

He was employed for approximately fifteen years with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division and for approximately sixteen years with a private corrections corporation.

Interests:  Corrections, death penalty issues, criminological theory and victimology.

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Bio:

Mr. Michael (Mike) Proctor earned a B.S. degree in Police Science in 1977 from Weber State University (formerly Weber State College), Ogden, Utah.  Mr. Proctor earned his Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Criminology and Corrections from Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas in 1982.  He is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) through the University of the Rockies, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Mr. Proctor is currently teaching classes for Texas A & M University – San Antonio – North located at 8300 Pat Booker Rd, Live Oak, Texas.  He teaches classes in Corrections, Courts and Criminal Procedure, Violent Crime, Law and Society, Victimology, and Research Methods.

He was employed for approximately fifteen years with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division and for approximately sixteen years with a private corrections corporation.

Interests:  Corrections, death penalty issues, criminological theory and victimology.

View Michael Proctor's CV