Dr. Mark H. Beaudry
Worcester State University
Dr. Mark H. Beaudry CPP is a retired intelligence chief and anti-terrorism instructor from the U. S. Marine Corps. Dr. Beaudry received an A.S., B.S., M.S., and a PhD in HS/Criminal Justice. He has been a member of ASIS International since 1982 and a CPP (Certified Protection Professional) since 1996. He is a past Chair of the ASIS Leadership Management & Practices Council; past Chair of the Research Council; and a previous member of the Crime Prevention Council; was an active participant of the annual ASIS Academic Practitioner Symposium; past Chair of CIWG; and, a frequent contributor to Security Management of articles, book reviews, the POA manual, and many guidelines & standards. Dr. Beaudry has authored three books and contributed chapters for fourteen books, and his dissertation: Faculty Perceptions of Factors to Develop a Paradigm for Security Studies. Dr. Beaudry also serves as an advisor for publishers to review book proposals and revisions, and peer review journals: Journal of Applied Security Research. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Worcester State University in the Department of Criminal Justice and teaches security, cybercrime, and other criminal justice courses.