Adjunct Lecturer

                 -   MA -  University at Albany, State University of New York

                 -   Master of Public Administration -   John Jay College, 

                 -   BA, Criminal Justice,  Iona College, New Rochelle, NY


Timothy J. Horohoe, an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration since 2006, has twenty years experience in the criminal justice system, both in prosecutions and policing. He began preparing cases for trial in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, then served 18 years in the Police Department. His policing experience includes patrol, community policing, plainclothes anti-crime, undercover and investigative assignments. Supervisory responsibilities have included patrol; field training, school safety, domestic violence units; Operation Impact and criminal intelligence. The product of an Irish Christian Brothers education, Professor Horohoe graduated from Monsignor Farrell High School and Iona College. He earned a Master of Public Administration from John Jay College and was later awarded an academic fellowship to the University at Albany, where he earned a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice. He teaches courses on policing and criminal justice; his research interests include intelligence led policing, police community relations, domestic terrorism and prison radicalization