Mark P. Harrington


Dr. Harrington is currently an Administrator with Fairfax County Public Schools, serving as a Supervisory Security Specialist. He is also an adjunct professor in the Criminology, Law, and Society Program at George Mason University, where he teaches school and campus safety, as well as a variety of self-developed courses in criminal justice.

He retired from the Fairfax County Police Department after 25 years of service as a School Resource Officer, a Detective, and an Academy Instructor. He also provided extensive pre-deployment training to United Nations Mission Specialists from 2007-2013 for the US Department of State.

He earned his Ph.D. psychology from UVA in 2000. He is a graduate of George Mason University with a degree in Health Sciences. Dr. Harrington holds certifications in Incident Command from FEMA, School Security from VA DCJS, and is a certified practitioner in Crisis Management from the University of Virginia in 2002 in Education Policy and Evaluation. He earned an M. Ed in school.

Research Interests:

  • Human trafficking
  • School and Campus safety

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