Eric Watters


Eric Watters, Ph.D., received Bachelor and Master of Public Administration degrees from Barry University and went on to earn a Ph.D. in Leadership with a specialization in criminal justice from the University of the Cumberland’s. He is also a graduate of the prestigious Administrative Officers Course at the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute. Prior to becoming an assistant professor of criminal justice at Colorado Mesa University, Dr. Watters was an adjunct professor of public administration for 10 years and retired from a 20-year career in municipal law enforcement, the last 10 years of which were spent at the senior management level. He teaches courses in ethics, research methods, criminal investigations, white-collar crime, critical incident/crisis intervention, and counterterrorism.

Research Interests:

His multidisciplinary research interests include leadership style preference and selection in criminal justice professionals, the impact of generational differences on criminal justice agency cultures, human resource practices in justice administration, and inter-group conflict within public purpose organizations.

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