Mark Stallo

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration

I worked for Dallas Police Department from October 1979 to January 2017. My last assignment was as a Lieutenant assigned to the Caruth Police Institute (housed within the police department). I was involved in a number of projects including technical assistance, teaching, and steering committees. Some include the National Institute of Justice, the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), the SEARCH group, the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC), the FBI National Academy and the Southwest Law Enforcement Institute. He has also had the opportunity to teach online classes throughout the last 10 years using various software platforms. In addition, I have consulted for the Government of Argentina on developing a crime analysis program for six of the largest provinces. In addition, I conducted training for the University of Bucharest and the University of the West in Romania and for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Department. I have authored or co-authored a number of articles and an anthology “Crime and Justice in the Lone Star State.” Furthermore, I have authored and co-authored Better Policing with Microsoft Office, Better Policing with Microsoft Office 2007, Using Microsoft Office to Improve Law Enforcement Operations and Using Geographic Information Systems in Law Enforcement. My education consists of a B. S. in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati and a M.S. in Management and Administrative Science and a Master and a PhD in Public Affairs from The University of Texas at Dallas.


PhD, University of Texas at Dallas

MS, University of Texas at Dallas

MPA, University of Texas at Dallas

BS, University of Cincinnati