End: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 6:00 PM
You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of
How to Conduct a Foreign Counterintelligence Investigation
Dennis D. Staszak
Former Deputy Unit Chief, Foreign Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism Training Unit, FBI
Assistant Dean, Northern Virginia Community College
Tuesday, July 15
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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Dennis Staszak is a 33 year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has investigated numerous criminal and national security matters. He specializes in foreign counterintelligence investigations, and previously served as the Deputy Unit Chief of the FBI's Foreign Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism Training Unit. Prior to retirement, Professor Staszak instructed new agents and senior police executives at the FBI Academy, FBI National Academy, and many international police training facilities. Starting March, 2007, Professor Staszak has taught a graduate course in Intelligence Theory and Applications for Law Enforcement Managers attending the FBI National Academy.
He currently serves as Assistant Dean and Professor of National Security and Administration of Justice studies at the Northern Virginia Community College, and an Adjunct Faculty member teaching Intelligence Analysis and Counterintelligence Concepts at George Mason University.
Prof. Staszak is a graduate of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin. He received a Master of Arts degree in the area of International Transactions from George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, a Master of Science degree in Strategic Intelligence Studies from the National Intelligence University, Washington, D.C., and has done graduate work at the University of Virginia and The Institute of World Politics.
He previously served for three years on active duty in the United States Army during the Vietnam War era, and is a graduate of advanced language studies at the Defense Language Institute.
His primary hobby is reading from his personal collection of more than 1,500 books on subjects pertaining to national security and criminal justice. He enjoys foreign travel, learning foreign languages, and has lived/worked in foreign countries for more than 4 years.