Jorey Krawczyn

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
M.S. Forensic Psychology

Dr. Jorey L. Krawczyn has an extensive career extending over 50 years in law enforcement, forensic psychology and teaching. His law enforcement experience ranges from deep-undercover narcotics investigations to the administrative duties of Chief of Police (Retired). He served three years as a Senior Police Psychologist for the US Department of Justice: ICITAP, assigned to Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo and Tanzania and five years as the Academic Director for the US Department of State’s International Law Enforcement Academy in Roswell, NM. Dr. Krawczyn is an adjunct faculty member at Saint Leo University, Department of Criminal Justice Graduate Studies where he teaches and serves on Doctoral Committees. He is a research analyst on suicides with Blue-Wall Institute and co-author of “Practical Considerations for Preventing Police Suicides,” (Springer Publications 2021). He has testified as an Expert Witness in twenty-two State and Federal Court cases on police behaviors, police testing methodologies, and violent offenders. Dr Krawczyn is a regular psychological consultant to Nancy Grace’s Crime-Line broadcasts having appeared on over 40 episodes in the last year. He holds a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Administration, one Master’s in Human Development, a second Masters in Instructional Design and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology.


EdD, University of Sarasota

MS, Saint Leo University

MS, Troy University

BA, University of West Florida


Krawczyn, J. L. (2022). Pre-employment eligibility and predicting self-harm in law enforcement personnel. . Practical Consideration for Preventing Police Suicides