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					                      Anthony Joseph Pinizzotto, PhD
                           13807 Poplar Tree Road
                  Chantilly, VA 20151-2514 703-814-7989


Licensed Psychologist: Maryland (License #3514)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist: Virginia (License #0810003815)
National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology (Certificate #51403)
National Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists:
       Successful Completion: 4/2007
Post-Doctoral Institute: Trauma Assessment (October 2007-December 2008)



Education
              Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales, Allentown, PA
               1968-1970; 1972-1974
               BA - English
               Minor: Philosophy

              Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, PA
               Course work in Law Enforcement, 1974

              De Sales Graduate School, Washington, DC
               1974-1978
               MA - Theology
               Concentration: Moral Theology / Certificate: Pastoral Counseling

              American University, Washington, DC
               Summers of 1975 and 1976
               Course Work in the Administration of Criminal Justice
               Concentration: Law Enforcement

              John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
               1980-1981
               MA – Forensic Psychology
                      Clinical Internship: Bellevue Hospital
                      Psychiatric Emergency and Admitting Service
                      New York, NY

              Georgetown University, Washington, DC
               1983-1988
               PhD – Psychology
               Awarded “With Distinction”
               Area of Specialization: Forensic Psychology


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           Alliant University, San Francisco, CA
            2003-2005
            Post-Doctoral MS - Clinical Psychopharmacology


           STENS Corporation, Atlanta, GA
           February 2011
           Biofeedback Certification Course




Employment/Experience

           Teacher of English: 1970-1972
            Father Judge High School
            3301 Solly Avenue
            Philadelphia, PA 19136

           Intern-Counselor/Investigator: 1973-1974
            Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution
            Pre-Release Center
            Harrisburg, PA

           Visitors Services Center: 1974
            Washington, DC (In conjunction with the DC Jail)

           Reserve Police Officer: 1974-1977
            Metropolitan Police Department
            Fifth Police District
            1805 Blandensburg Road, N.E.
            Washington, DC 20002

           Counseling Program: 1976-1977
            Metropolitan Police Department
            Fifth Police District
            1805 Blandensburg Road, N.E.
            Washington, DC 20002

           Teacher of English and Criminal Justice: 1978-1980
            Salesianum School
            Wilmington, DE 19801




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Psychology Intern: 1981
 Bellevue Hospital Center, Psychiatric Emergency & Admitting
 First Avenue and 27th Streets
 New York, NY 10016

Hypnotherapist, Prescriptive Hypnosis: 1981
 Psychological Services
 New York Statler, Suite 102
 33rd Street and 7th Avenue
 New York, NY 10001

Adjunct Professor of Psychology: 1982-1985
 De Sales Graduate School
 731 Lawrence Street, N.E.
 Washington, DC 20017

 Courses:   1) Issues in Psychological Assessment and Counseling
            2) Crisis Intervention and Short Term Counseling
            3) Psychopathology


Lecturer in Psychology: 1985-1988
Adjunct Professor of Psychology: 1989-1995
 Georgetown University
 Department of Psychology
 Washington, DC 20036

Courses:    1) Society, Crime and Delinquent Behavior
            2) The Psychology of Criminal Behavior
            3) Assessment and Research Methodology in Clinical Forensic
                Psychology
            4) General Psychology
            5) Abnormal Psychology



National Training Instructor: 1988-1991
 Federal Bureau of Investigation
 9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
 Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
 Washington, DC 20535

       This position involved liaison with Federal, state, and local law enforcement
       agencies throughout the United States. Instruction to these agencies included
       material on Uniform Crime Reporting and Law Enforcement Officers Killed and
       Assaulted. Research into factors regarding law enforcement officers killed was
       begun.




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Research Forensic Psychologist: 1991-1995
 Federal Bureau of Investigation
 9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
 Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
 Washington, DC 20535

        Liaison with and instruction to Federal, state, and local law enforcement
        agencies continued. Research into factors regarding law enforcement officers
        killed is continued. Research into factors regarding serious assaults on law
        enforcement is begun. FBI Hate Crime Program is begun. This involves
        defining terms, developing investigative strategies, and a creating a reporting
        mechanism for Federal, state and local agencies to report hate-related crime to
        the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program.
Acting Unit Chief: 1993-1995
 Federal Bureau of Investigation
 Training, Liaison, Program Development Unit
 9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
 Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
 Washington, DC 20535
 This Unit was responsible for implementation and training for law enforcement in the
 following programs: National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Integrated
 Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), Interstate Identification Index
 (III), and Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR).


Clinical Forensic Psychologist: 1995-2008
 Federal Bureau of Investigation
 FBI Training Academy
 Behavioral Science Unit
 Quantico, VA 22135

 This position includes the following aspects:

 1) Consultation on forensic cases with various law enforcement agencies worldwide
 2) Research various areas of forensic psychology
 3) Teach courses in Clinical Forensic Psychology; The Brain and Behavior; Violent
    Behavior: BioPsychoSocial Perspective; Hate and Bias Crimes; Law Enforcement
    Safety and the Use of Deadly Force; Stress Management to officers and officials
    representing law enforcement agencies throughout the world.



Program Manager, Forensic Psychology Program: 1998-2008
  Federal Bureau of Investigation
  FBI Training Academy
  Quantico, VA 22135

 As Program Manager, he is the Chair of the Forensic Psychology Advisory Board.
 This Board consists of recognized experts from the academic community who assist
 the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit review research proposals and projects.




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              Senior Scientist/GS-15: 2005-2008
               Federal Bureau of Investigation
               Behavioral Science Unit
               Quantico, VA 22135

                As Senior Scientist, he is the chief liaison between academic, professional, and
                criminal justice agencies, and the scientific exploration and investigation within the
                FBI’s Forensic Psychology Program.



              Special Deputy US Marshal: 1990-2008


              Current Security Clearance at the SCI level




Special Projects:

Developed Program and taught Police Report Writing (1976-1977)

              Metropolitan Police Department
              Training Division
              4665 Blue Plains Drive, SW
              Washington, DC 20032

Special Advisor during Papal Visit of Pope John Paul II (1979)

              Metropolitan Police Department
              Intelligence Division
              300 Indiana Avenue, NW
              Washington, DC 20001

                      And in cooperation with the United States Secret Service

Assessment Specialist-Police Promotions

              Metropolitan Police Department
              Police Promotional Assessment Process
              300 Indiana Avenue, NW
              Washington, DC 20001
              Summer of 1982




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Consultant in Forensic Psychology:
              Crime Scene Investigation

             Metropolitan Police Department
             Criminal Investigations Division
             Homicide Branch and Sex Offense Branch
             Washington, DC 20001
             1984 to 1987

Consultant in Forensic Psychology:
              Forensic Hypnosis

             Metropolitan Police Department
             Criminal Investigations Division
             Homicide Branch
             Washington, DC 20001
             1984 to 1986

Consultant in Forensic Psychology:
              Presidential Inauguration 1985

             Metropolitan Police Department
             Intelligence Division
             300 Indiana Avenue, NW
             Washington, DC 20001

             And in cooperation with the United States Secret Service

Consultant in Forensic Psychology:
              Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty (1986)

             Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
             9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
             Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
             Washington, DC 20535


Consultant in Forensic Psychology:
              Workshop on Interviewing Techniques: The Antisocial Personality
              (1987)

             Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
             9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
             Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
             Washington, DC 20535




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Developed and Implemented Special FBI Program Concerning Hate-Related
            Criminal Behavior (1992)

             Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
             9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
             Uniform Crime Reports/Gallery Row Building
             Washington, DC 20535


Consultant and Trainer for US Attorney General’s Firearm Interdiction Program

             Designed to assist local law enforcement in removing firearms from
             criminals on the streets of our country


Response to 9/11 Pentagon and World Trade Center (WTC) Attacks:

             Responded to the Pentagon on 9/11 and to WTC on 9/12 as part of the
             FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit’s response to work with the law
             enforcement and fire personnel at ground zero.


Assisted in development of and continue to lecture in USE OF DEADLY FORCE
              IN LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM (2004 to 2008)

             Established to assist Assistant United States Attorneys Review the use of
             deadly force incidents by members of law enforcement

Advisory Board Member:
            Catholic Diocese of Arlington, VA
            Bishop’s Advisory Board on the Protection of Children/Young People
            and the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct and/or Child Abuse (2003 to
            2010)

             Advise Bishop and his staff on various aspects of human sexual behavior
             and the interviewing of alleged witnesses, victims and offenders of sexual
             abuse/misconduct.

Advisory Board Member:
            National Center for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to
            Terrorism (START) (2006 to 2008)

             University of Maryland
             Department of Criminology/Democracy Collaborative
             College Park, MD 20742




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Co-Sponsor of Task Force Conference on Suicide-by-Cop: Averting the Crisis
             (2008)

             Co-Sponsor with the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund and the
             University of Virginia, Critical Incident Analysis Group

Consultant/Research Team with Force Science Research Center (2008 to Present)

             Coordinate studies related to office communications under high stress and
             to Office Involved Shooting investigations


Review and Update Law Enforcement Training Curricula in Applied Clinical and
            Forensic Psychology (2008 to 2010)

             Fairfax County (VA) Criminal Justice Academy
             Chantilly, VA 20151

Special Consultant to Washington State University, Spokane, WA. Simulated
             Hazards Occupational Tasks Lab under the direction of Dr. Bryan
             Vila (2009 to Present)

             NIJ Grant concerning Developing a Common Metric for Evaluating Police
             Performance in Deadly Force Situations

Co-Recipient with Edward F. Davis, Shannon B. Bohrer and the Fairfax County
             (VA) Police Department of DOJ Grant on Developing Curriculum
             and Instruction on the Use of Deadly Force in Law Enforcement
             (2009-2010)

Special Witness for Use of Deadly Force Issues: Tompkins County (New York)
             Grand Jury: Office Involved Shooting (June 2010)

Director of Science: Instituto FDE (Formazione D’Eccellenza) Institute of
              Criminology and Forensic Psychology (2010 to Present)

             Montova, Italy

Co-Recipient with Edward F. Davis and Shannon B. Bohrer of DOJ Grant with
             BJA on Preventing Violence Against Law Enforcement and Ensuring
             Officer Resilience and Survivability (Project VALOR) (2011-2013)




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Research Topics and Areas of Investigation:

Analysis of Threats against                 Psychological Aspects of
        High-Profile Individuals                    Interviewing and Interrogation
Hate (Bias) Crime Incidents                 Psychological Aspects of Terrorism
Occult/Cult Crimes/Deviant                  Perception and Memory during
       Social Groups                                Traumatic Events
Law Enforcement Officer Safety              Forensic Hypnosis
Psychological Analysis                      Stress in Law Enforcement
       of Crime Scenes                      Suicide by Cop
Child Sexual Exploitation
Use of Deadly Force
Child Abuse/Child Pornography




Associate Editor: Currently an associate editor for the following peer review
journals:

       Criminal Justice and Behavior: An International Journal
       International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
       The Journal of Family Violence


Religious Affiliation: Ordained to the Roman Catholic Priesthood (Congregation of
              the Oblates of Saint Francis de Sales): 1978


Publications

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1983). Behavioral management issues in caring for
persons with Alzheimer’s disease. (Part 1). Today’s Nursing Home, 4(4), pp. 13-15; 26.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1983). Behavioral management issues in caring for
persons with Alzheimer’s disease. (Part 2). Today’s Nursing Home, 4(5), pp. 13-15; 18.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1984). Forensic Psychology: Criminal personality
profiling. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 12(1), pp. 32-40.

       Sabat, S.B., Wiggs, C., and Pinizzotto, A.J. (1984). Alzheimer’s disease:
Clinical vs. observational studies of cognitive ability. Journal of Clinical and
Experimental Gerontology, 6(4), pp. 337-359.




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        Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1989). Memory and Hypnosis: Implications for the use
of forensic hypnosis. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 20(5), pp. 322-
328.

      Pinizzotto, A.J., and Finkel, N.J. (1990). Criminal personality profiling: An
outcome and process study. Law and Human Behavior, 14(3), pp. 215-233.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1992). Killed in the Line of Duty:
A Study of Selected Felonious Killings of Law Enforcement Officers. Washington, D.C.:
U.S. Department of Justice.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1995). Cop killers and their
victims. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 61(12), pp. 9-11.

      Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1995). Killed in the line of duty:
Procedural and training issues, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 64(3), pp. 1-6.

       Davis, Edward F. and Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1996). Off-duty deaths and related
performance-of-duty deaths. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, March, 1996.

        Davis, Edward F. and Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1996). Above and beyond the call
of duty: Preventing off-duty officer deaths. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 65(4), pp. 1-
5.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1996). Interviewing methods: A
specialized approach is needed when investigating police deaths. Law and Order, 44(11),
pp. 68-72.

      Westveer, Arthur E., Trestrail, John H., and Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1996).
Homicidal poisonings in the United States: An analysis of the Uniform Crime Reports
(UCR) from 1980-1989. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (1996). Law enforcement assessment of potentially
dangerous deviant social groups. Law and Order, 44(10), pp. 75-80.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (1997). In the
Line of Fire: Violence Against Law Enforcement. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department
of Justice.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and DeShazor, George. (1997). Interviewing erratic
subjects. Law Enforcement Bulletin, 66(11), pp. 1-5.

         Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (1998). In the
line of fire: Learning from assaults on law enforcement officers. FBI Law Enforcement
Bulletin, 67(2), pp. 15-23.




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       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1998). Caught on tape: Using
criminals’ videos against them. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 67(11), pp. 13-15.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (1999). Suicide by cop:
Implications for law enforcement management. Law and Order, 47(12), pp. 95-98.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J. and Davis, Edward F. (2000). Offenders perpetual
shorthand: What messages are law enforcement officers sending to offenders? Law
Enforcement Bulletin, 69(7), pp. 1-6.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2002). Escape
from the killing zone. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 71(3), pp. 1-7.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2002).
Accidentally dead: Accidental line-of-duty deaths of law enforcement officers. FBI Law
Enforcement Bulletin, 71(7), pp. 8-13.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2004).
Intuitive policing: Emotional/rational decision making in law enforcement. FBI Law
Enforcement Bulletin, 73(20), pp. 1-6.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Kern, Harry. (2004). One-shot
drops: Surviving the myth. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 73(10), pp 14-21.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2005). Suicide
by cop: Defining a devastating dilemma. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 74(2), pp. 8-20.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J.; Davis, Edward F.; and Miller, Charles E. (2006). Dead
right: Recognizing traits of armed individuals. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 75(3), pp.
1-8.

      Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2006). Violent
Encounters: A Study of Felonious Assaults on Our Nation’s Law Enforcement Officers.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice.

      Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2007). The
Deadly Mix: Officers, Offenders, and the Circumstances that bring them together. FBI
Law Enforcement Bulletin, 76(1), pp. 1-10.

       Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2007). Street-
Gang mentality: A mosaic of remorseless violence and relentless loyalty. FBI Law
Enforcement Bulletin, 76(9), pp. 1-7.

       Park, Jison, Schlesinger, Louis B., Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F.
(2008). Serial and Single-Victim Rapists: Differences in Crime-Scene Violence,




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Interpersonal Involvement, and Criminal Sophistication. Behavioral Science and the
Law, 26, pp. 227-237.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward F., and Miller, Charles E. (2008). Traffic
Stops: Surviving Interactions with the Motoring Public. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.
77(5), pp. 1-10.

       Arias, E.A., Schlesinger, L. B., Pinizzotto, A. J., Davis, E. F., Dewey, L. M.
(2008). Police Officers who Commit Suicide by Cop: A Clinical Study with Analysis.
Journal of Forensic Science, 53, (6), pp. 1455-1457.

        Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Davis, Edward, F., Bohrer, Shannon, and Chaney, Robert.
(2009). Law Enforcement Perspective on the Use of Force. FBI Law Enforcement
Bulletin, 78 (4), pp. 16-21.

      Stein, Michell, Schlesinger, Louis, B., and Pinizzotto, Anthony J. (2010).
Necrophilia and Sexual Homicide. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 55 (2), pp. 443-446.

       Schlesinger, B., Klasses, Martin, V., Mesa, Blair, and Pinizzotto, Anthony J.
(2010). Ritual and Signature in Serial Sexual Homicide. Journal of the American
Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 38 (2), pp. 239-246.




Memberships in Professional Organizations

              American Psychological Association (1980)
               Division 30: Psychological Hypnosis (1985)
               Division 41: American Psychology-Law Society (1985)
               Division 18: Psychologists in Public Service (1985)
               Division 55: Psychopharmacology (2006)



              Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1988)
              American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers (1994)
              International Association of Chiefs of Police (1994)
              Harvard Associates in Police Science (1995)
              Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (1996)
              Maryland Psychological Association (1998)
              Virginia Psychological Association (2007)




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M.A. Thesis

              Pastoral Counseling of the Law Enforcement Officer:
                     Police Stress--Definition and Coping Mechanisms.


Ph.D. Dissertation

              Criminal Personality Profiling: An Outcome and Process Study.


Awards and Honors

              Member of Delta Delta (National Honors Fraternity—undergraduate)

              Member of Psi Chi (National Honors Fraternity—Psychology, graduate)

              Ph.D. Dissertation Defense: January 1988, Performance “With
              Distinction”

              FBI Director’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Law Enforcement
              Community, 1994.

              Jefferson Research Award. Given by the University of Virginia in
              recognition of research conducted in the field of law enforcement safety,
              1998.

              Distinguished Alumnus. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City
              University of New York.

              Jefferson Research Award. Given by the University of Virginia in
              recognition of research conducted in the field of law enforcement safety,
              2007.




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Speeches and Conferences

               Various lectures, seminars, symposia, and workshops in forensic
psychology, law enforcement officer safety, investigation of deviant social groups
and hate-related crime, psychology of interrogation/interviewing, psychology of
crime scene evaluation, the use of deadly force in law enforcement, child abuse/child
pornography, child sexual exploitation, the use of forensic and clinical hypnosis,
stress management in law enforcement, psychological review of “cold case”
homicides, and the psychology of perception and memory in traumatic events have
been given to law enforcement groups, academics, and professional organizations
throughout this country, Italy, Canada, Russia, Switzerland, Ireland, and England.
Details are available upon request.

References

List of references available upon request.




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