Christi M. Smith
Director of the Criminal Justice Program
holds a M.S. in Criminal Justice from West Chester University and a
B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration, Suma Cum Laude, from Delaware
Valley College. She is presently pursuing her Ph.D. in Public Safety
from Capella University. Christi joins Rosemont after more than a
decade in probation/parole and community based corrections, with
specializations in Drug Courts, domestic violence and mental health.
She is also a Domestic Violence Investigator for the County of Bucks and
continues to support programs of community outreach and restorative
Martin Malloy is a 30-year veteran of local law enforcement
and currently works as a police supervisor in Chester County. He has
earned two master's degrees: Master of Arts in History from West Chester
University (1994) and Master of Public Administration from Marist
College (2004). Along with academic degrees, Martin has earned
certificates from Penn State University's police supervisory and
executive training institute, as well as the International Chief of
Police administration training program. He teaches "Introduction to the
Criminal Justice System" in the Schools of Graduate and Professional
D.F. Pace obtained a B.S. in Human Resource
Management from Rosemont College in 1998 and a J.D. from Temple
University Law School in Philadelphia. D.F. Pace is a Lieutenant with
the Philadelphia Police Department. During his career with the
department, he has served in patrol, as a police academy instructor,
public information officer, judge advocate, and as an advisor to the
department on legal issues. Pace is also a licensed attorney and member
of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars. He currently serves as an
adjunct professor teaching Investigative Research Methods in the
Criminal Justice Department.
Chris Harding earned his M.S.
at Pennsylvania State University, his M.B.A. from Rosemont College, and
his B.S. from Delaware Valley College. Mr. Harding works for the
Department of the Navy where he uses Lean Six Sigma and quantitative
modeling to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of environmental
programs. Mr. Harding travels extensively and has worked in nine
countries and 22 states. Since he began teaching in 1997, Mr. Harding
has taught audiences throughout the United States as well as in Puerto
Rico, Italy, and Bahrain.
Jessica R. Conley,
Esq. serves as an Assistant District Attorney in Delaware County Pa.
with more than 20 years of experience in the field. A graduate of
Villanova University School of Law earning a J. D. Ms. Conley currently
heads the Upper Darby Unit assigned to prosecute cases in the
Magisterial District Court. Previously she has worked as a member of
the Delaware County Public Defenders Office and served as a judicial
clerk for the Hon. Frank T. Hazel in Delaware County.