Criminal Justice

At IWU, our Criminal Justice program is designed to offer you a Christ-centered approach to developing your understanding of people and the use of skills needed for working within our justice systems. You will be involved in personal, practical learning experiences, while learning from faculty members who are professionals in the field.

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Jack Brady; MEd, PhD (ABD) Asst Prof; Criminal Justice


Jack Brady grew up in Texas where he served as a police officer and probation officer before moving to Indiana. Jack served as the Grant County Coroner and Sheriff’s Chaplain in Marion. He traveled to the former Soviet Union four times serving in orphanages, prisons, and schools. After Sept. 11, Jack counseled police, fire, and EMS workers at Ground Zero on four occasions. Jack is married to Sara who works at IWU and has three children who are IWU graduates: Jill, Scott, and Travis.

Educational Background:

  • B.S., 1973, Hardin-Simmons University
  • M.Ed., 1981, University of North Texas


  • Restorative programs such as the Drug Court and Re-entry Court in Grant County.
  • Mentoring at-risk youth; seeking ways to recruit more volunteers to mentor at-risk youth.

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