Dr. A.C. Germann, D.P.A.
Bachelor's Degree (Philosophy) Loyola University, Los Angeles (1949)
U.S. Air Force combat veteran World War II; service during Korean Police Action.
Sworn Officer, Los Angeles Police Department (1945-1955)
Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University (1955-1967). In 1957 accepted responsibility for initiation and development of Criminal Justice Degree programs at California State University, Long Beach, serving as Department Chair until 1963, then teaching, writing, and consulting until retirement in 1991.
Various academic and professional criminal justice journals
Visiting Professor at Portland State University, University of California at Irvine, and University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus. Police consultant to governmental jurisdictions at municipal, county, state, and federal levels. Oral board examiner for civil service commissions. Special consultant to Police Task Force of President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, to the Task Force on Law and Law Enforcement of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, and to Community Relations Service, U.S. Department of Justice. Special interest in police policy, selection, training, and community relations.
Marriage, Family and Child Counselor; Certified in Hypnosis (State License MFC-2149); Amateur Radio Emergency Service (KJ6YQ).
South Siskiyou County Hospice; R.E.A.D. Project; Volunteer in Prevention, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.