1 Resume Name: Address: Michael E. Martinez 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, Colorado Contact Current Position: Instructor University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado Education University of Colorado at Denver May 1981 Masters Degree in Criminal Justice Metropolitan State College May 1973 Bachelor of Science Degree in Law Enforcement Trinidad State Junior College May 1971 Associate of Arts Degree in Law Enforcement Employment: Instructor School of Public Affairs University of Colorado at Colorado Springs August Present Developed and implemented curriculum for students seeking an undergraduate and graduate degree in Criminal Justice. Provide advising to students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in Criminal Justice. Assist in the development of student Internship programs. Assist in the recruitment of students from two-year colleges and high schools. Assistant Professor August 2003 August 2009 Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Metropolitan State College of Denver Developed and implemented class curriculum, including application of theory with practice of real world experience for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Established contact with representatives of the Colorado Community College s Criminal Justice Departments to facilitate implementation of Articulation Agreement between Metropolitan State College and the Community Colleges of Colorado. Participated in faculty meetings. Completed training, in Student and Designer View Web CT, in order to implement the presentation of on-line courses. Developed upper division on-line corrections course. Advised students related to degree planning, class registration, internship placements, and career guidance. Assisted in development of course curriculum. Participated in open house recruitment of students. Served as curriculum committee chair and co-chair. Lecturer Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology August 2002 July 2003 Metropolitan State College Developed and implemented class curriculum, including application of theory with practice of real world experience for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Advised students related to degree planning, class registration, internship placements, and career guidance.
2 Adjunct Faculty May 2001 July 2002 Metropolitan State College Developed and implemented class curriculum, including application of theory with practice of real world experience for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Investigative Resources Inc. March 2001 Present Serve as consultant and investigator for attorneys in the evaluation of pretrial and presentence investigation reports on the state and federal level. Interview witnesses in criminal and civil matters. Conduct background and personal injury accident investigations. Serve as advisory witness for attorneys appearing before the federal court on issues related to the investigation and supervision of federal offenders. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs August December 2001 Honorarium Instructor Graduate School of Public Affairs Developed and implemented class curriculum on Community-Based Corrections for graduate students pursuing a master s degree in Criminal Justice. United States Probation Office October 1994 December 2000 Deputy Chief United States Probation Officer Second-in-command to the Chief Probation Officer in the administration and management of the United States Probation Office, District of Colorado. Responsibilities include: maintaining a thorough knowledge of national, statutory, policies, procedures, and administrative practices specific to pretrial services, presentence investigations, and supervision of federal offenders. Providing technical assistance to the Chief Probation Officer, Supervising Probation Officers, Senior Probation Officers, line officers, the court and other judicial personnel regarding offender programs and services. Oversight of employee supervision, strategic planning, financial management including contract proposals and monitoring, personnel management, agency operations and general administrative tasks. Provided ongoing training for supervisors, officers and staff. Establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with all components of the criminal justice system to include federal, state, and local law enforcement, correctional and social service agencies. Represent department at conferences, seminars, meetings, media coverage, and other federal, state and local entities. Review of all hire recommendations and participation in the interviewing and selection of employees. Assisted in after hours coverage of electronic monitoring of offenders. Provide direction, training and evaluation of the work performed by the Supervising Probation Officers. The Probation Office served five United States District Court Judges, two Senior United States District Court Judges, and five United States Magistrate Judges. The Probation Department employs a total of 74 probation officers and support staff. Retired December 29, Supervising United States Probation Officer February October 1994 Responsible for the quantity and quality of all probation and parole services provided by seven probation officers. Assigned presentence investigation reports, supervision cases, collateral investigations, prerelease investigations, and other matters referred by the court. Assisted with afterhours coverage of home confinement cases. Reviewed and evaluated all work conducted by officers. Served as communication link between line staff and administration. Assisted the Chief Probation Officer in developing policies, procedures and programs to increase the effectiveness of the Department. Conducted on the job training for new officers. Senior United States Probation Officer February February 1992 Special Offender Specialist Responsible for the supervision and investigation of the District s special offender caseload, including large scale and sophisticated white collar criminals, organized crime and other cases of notoriety, which posed a unique threat to the public safety. Served as in-house authority for staff and the court regarding the investigation and supervision of offenders in the District s special offender category. Served as lead officer in conducting complex presentence
3 investigations into the history and background, the prior behavior patterns, and the character and make up of offenders. Supervised a caseload of special offender cases. Assisted in the development of sentencing guideline worksheets for organizational defendants. United States Probation Officer July 1978 February 1990 Conducted presentence investigation reports on defendants who plead guilty or were convicted of federal offenses. Supervised caseload of offenders by ensuring public safety through the monitoring and supervision of offenders conditionally released by the Court, the U.S. Parole Commission, or military authorities. Served as Spanish interpreter for non-english speaking offenders. Conducted prerelease investigations for the Bureau of Prisons. Adult Probation Office August July 1978 Served as a state probation officer for the Fourth Judicial District Adult Probation Department, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Conducted presentence investigation reports for District and County Court judges. Supervised offenders convicted of felony and misdemeanor offenses. Assisted in the development and implementation of internship programs. Served as special hearing officer for state parole. Denver Sheriff Department January August 1973 Worked as a Deputy Sheriff assigned to monitor the safety and care of inmates housed at the Denver County Jail. Scholarships, Creative Activities Publications County Correctional Nursing in Colorado published by American Jail Magazine in its August 2009 edition. Presentations and exhibits Non-refereed A Lesson in Federal Probation presented at the Truth Behind the Fiction conference sponsored by the Community College of Denver and CEC Middle College of Denver on October 17, Non-refereed Correctional Nursing in Colorado presented at the Colorado Criminal Justice Association 55 th Annual Training Symposium on October 20, 2008 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Presentation made with research partner, Carol Jensen from the Department of Health Professionals Conferences: Attended STING Gang conference, Pueblo, Colorado March 26, 2010 Attended Colorado Criminal Justice Association 55 th Annual Training Symposium, October 20-21, 2008, Colorado Springs, Colorado Attended Centerforce 9th Annual Inside/Out Summit in Rohnert Park, California on October 6 and 7, 2008 Attended National Institute of Justice conference in Washington, DC from July 21 to 23, 2008 Participated in the college Academic Affairs Curriculum Workshop on July
4 Attended Federal Sentencing Guidelines 17 th Annual Seminar in Orlando, Florida from May 21 to 23, 2008 Participated in Assessment Training presented by Dr. Robert Mundhenk On January 25, 2008 Attended Centerforce 8 th Annual Inside/Out Summit, Innovative Solutions for Addressing the Impact of Youth and Adult Incarceration in Our Communities, October 22 and 23, 2007 Attended the Progressive Audio Conference on Improved Academic Searches: Intervention Opportunities for Human Resources offered by MSCD On September 24, Participated in the SPS workshop presented by Dr. Carlos Cortez on August 16, 2007 Attended Faculty Development Conference: Moving Toward Inclusive Excellence How Strategic Planning Informs the Institutional Diversity Agenda at Metro State, August 15, 2007 Attended Colorado s Response to Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking Conference on April 12 and 13, The conference was co-hosted by the Institute for Women s Studies and Services at MSCD Attended the MSCD Spring 2007 Professional Development Conference on January 19, Attended Webinar Series Part III, Special Considerations for Hearing Campus Sexual Misconduct Complaints on October 27, 2006 Attended Webinar Series Part II, Campus Sexual Misconduct and the Law on October 13, 2006 Attended Webinar Series Part I, Evaluating Sexual Misconduct Complaints: Force, Consent, and Incapacity on October 6, 2006 Attended Colorado Department of Corrections: Prison Rape Elimination Act Training Conference, December 20, 2006, Colorado Springs, Colorado Attended Colorado Criminal Justice Association 54 th Annual Training Symposium, November 13 and 14, 2006 Attended New Foundations Nonviolence Center Seminar, October 17, 2006 Attended the American Probation and Parole Association 31 st Annual Training Institute: July 23-26, 2006, Chicago, Illinois Attended Webcast Federal Sentencing Guideline Updates, February 6, 2006 Attended American Probation and Parole Association 30 th Annual Training Institute, July 17-21, 2005, New York University of Colorado at Colorado Springs School of Public Affairs Department of Criminal Justice Service Department representative on the University Diversity Committee Development of Internships for Criminal Justice students Member statewide articulation agreement work group
5 Metropolitan State College of Denver Criminal Justice and Criminology Department Service Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Articulation Agreement Committee Chair ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Curriculum Committee Chair/co-Chair ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Search Committee member ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Assessment Committee member ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Faculty Guideline Committee member ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Adjunct Faculty Committee member ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Faculty Senate representative ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Search Committee Chair, ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Volunteered to oversee students enrolled in the college Cooperative Education Internship program. (2005 to 2009) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Advising Committee member ( ) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology representative to SPS Space Planning Allocation Resource Committee 2008 Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology representative for MSCD Open House ( ) Metropolitan State College of Denver School of Professional Studies Service SPS representative to the College Academic Structure Review Committee 2008 Reviewed Criminal Record for Nursing Department 2007 Faculty Senate representative to the College Space Planning Allocation Resource Committee member ( ) School of Professional Studies Curriculum Committee member ( ) School of Professional Studies Turnitin committee member ( ) Served on Holistic Health and Wellness Tenure-Track Search Committee (2006 and 2007) Metropolitan State College of Denver Service Faculty Senate Budget Committee member ( )
6 Participated in MSCD s Academic Profile senior experience exam program (2006) Participated in 2+2 Curriculum meetings with Front Range Community College ( ) Worked in conjunction with Cooperative Education in developing internships with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies ( ) MSCD Latino Faculty and Staff Association student mentor ( ) Community Service Denver Public Schools Crime and Forensics Advisory Board Member Assist Denver District Court Adult Probation Volunteer Coordinator in recruitment and training of Deputy Probation Officers Provide pro bono services to local attorneys in the area of investigation and supervision of state and federal offenders Served on the Board of Managers for Southwest YMCA Served as YMCA volunteer coach for girls softball, girls and boys basketball, and boys baseball and boys in-line hockey. Guest presentations at Columbine High School and Denver Public Schools Criminal Justice and Forensic Academy Serve as volunteer during YMCA fundraising activities. Content Team Member for Colorado Community College System working to develop and implement a continuum of learning for students from secondary and post secondary Career and Technical Education programs, specifically related to the field of criminal justice, utilizing the Colorado Career Cluster Model Professional Organizations Member Association of Federal Defenders Member American Probation and Parole Association Member American Correctional Association Member Colorado Criminal Justice Association Consulting Position Provide consulting on a pro bono basis to local attorneys related to the investigation and supervision of state and federal offenders. Honors and Awards Nominated for School of Professional Studies Outstanding Faculty Advisor for 2006 and 2007