Prof. Marc Hedrick, Professional Instructor of Criminal Justice, joined the Ashland faculty, in 2015. He has experience in the justice system, both as an attorney and as a police officer. Attorney Hedrick practiced civil and criminal law for eight years, in Mansfield, Ohio. Prior to becoming an attorney he was both a military and civilian police officer. He served as a police officer for the city of Marion, Ohio and in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Police Officer.
Prof. Hedrick has also taught criminal justice fulltime for over nine years, prior to coming to Ashland. He was an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Criminal Justice at College of the Albemarle, and he served as an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Pre Law at Taylor University. Additionally, he has taught online courses for many years, including courses at Liberty University and Regent School of Law.
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As a criminal justice major at Ashland University you will not only explore a fascinating curriculum that is highly relevant today, but you will take part in field experiences that give you in-depth knowledge of the criminal justice system, investigation methods, the courts... Read More