Dr. Jared Linebach
Assistant Professor of Forensic Psychology
Ph.D. Alliant International Univ., 2011,
M.A. Alliant International Univ., 2009
B.A. Clearwater Christian College, 2007
Contemporary World Culture
Economics and Change
Essentials of Security
Ethics in Criminal Justice
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Law Enforcement and Corrections
Introduction to Statistics
Research Design and Statistics
Research Methods in Criminology
Strategies for the Technical Professional
Teaching and Professional Experience
2011-Current: Assistant Professor of Forensic Psychology, Department of Criminal Justice, Clearwater Christian College, Clearwater, FL
2010-2011: Adjunct Faculty, Department of General Education, Heald College, Fresno, CA
2009-2010: Adjunct Instructor, School of Criminal Justice, ITT Technical Institute, Clovis, CA
Statistics, Writing, and Research Methods Tutor, School of Criminal Justice, ITT Technical Institute, Covis, CA
2008-2011: Research Design and Statistics Tutor, Center for Forensic Studies, Alliant International University, Fresno, CA
2005-2007: Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, Clearwater Christian College, Clearwater, FL
Teaching Assistant, Department of Business, Clearwater Christian College, Clearwater, FL
Research Completed and Publications
-Linebach, J. (2006). Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Law Enforcement. Unpublished manuscript. Clearwater Christian College,
-Linebach, J. (2008). Law Enforcement Effectiveness. Associated Content, Denver, Colorado. Retrieved from
-Linebach, J. (2008). Neurological Assessment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Associated Content, Denver, Colorado.
Retrieved from www.associatedcontent.com
-Linebach, J. (2009). Years of Service, Coping Processes, Quality of Life and Stress in Campus Police Chiefs. Unpublished masters thesis.
Alliant International University, Fresno, California.
-Linebach, J. & Warner, H. (2009). Early Mental Health Program Evaluation: July 2006 Through February 2009. Unpublished manuscript.
Synchrony of Visalia, Inc., Visalia, California.
-Linebach, J., Tesch, B., Quintana, N., & Kovacsiss, L. (2009). Video Arraignments. Unpublished manuscript. Alliant International
University, Fresno, California.
-Linebach, J. A., Enriquez, A., Kammerer, W., & Kovacsiss, L. M. (2010). Workload Assessment: Fresno County Public Defender's Office.
Unpublished manuscript. Alliant International University, Fresno, California.
-Linebach, J. A., Kovacsiss, L. M., & Tesch, B.P. (2011). Profiling Campus Administration: A Demographic Survey of Campus Police Chiefs.
Campus Law Enforcement Journal, 41(2), 28-31.
-Linebach, J.A. (2011). Judicial decision making: An analysis of county level judicial decisions regarding indigent individuals (Doctoral
dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3462970)
I strive to create a learning environment where students know I am excited to teach them and in which students feel encouraged to participate. I am
genuinely interested in the lives and goals of my students and I try to express this to them. Teaching psychology and criminal justice is my passion.
There is nothing else in my professional life that brings the same joy to me as giving a lecture where
students are learning and engaged.
spending time with family, woodworking, and golfing
727-726-1153 ext. 278