Brice Gyurisko, MPA
Brice Gyurisko served for 30 years as a military police officer in the U.S. Army and has over 40 years of experience in law enforcement, security, public safety, emergency preparedness, detention operations, corrections and force protection. He holds a Master of Public Administration from Jacksonville State University, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a PhD in Homeland Security. He’s taught criminal justice courses online and at the Central Florida Campus since 2006.
Over the course of his military career, Brice advised Army senior leaders on law enforcement, anti-terrorism and homeland defense strategies. He served as team chief of the Army's force protection assessment team, assessing strengths and weaknesses in the areas of physical security, law enforcement, anti-terrorism, corrections and information operations. He was also a contributing author to the book "Combating Terrorism in the USA: Protecting the CONUS from Terrorists."
Currently the administrator for the Internal Affairs Unit at the Orange County Corrections Department in Orlando, Florida, Brice is also a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation, the Criminal Justice Honor Society and various other military organizations. He is a Certified Homeland Security Professional (CHSP), a credential earned from SIG Homeland Security, and a Certified Correctional Officer. He resides in Orlando, Florida, where he spends his free time scuba diving and participating in triathlons.
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