ADMJ Full-Time Faculty

Kay King - Kay King is a professor and the department chair for the Administration of Justice program. She has been involved in the field since 1981. After receiving degrees in Criminal Justice Administration and Clinical Psychology, she began her service as a Criminal Justice professional in corrections. She then began providing training to Criminal Justice professionals in the areas of law enforcement, corrections and human service. She also maintained a private practice in addictions counseling for offenders before becoming a full-time educator.

Frank Galbrecht, Sr. - Frank Galbrecht has an M.S. in Public Safety Administration from Central Missouri State University. He began teaching at JCCC in 2000 and is an associate professor in the Administration of Justice Program. Mr. Galbrecht began his career in law enforcement in 1976 and retired after 32 years. He has received specialized training in many aspects of law enforcement which includes attending the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He teaches Introduction to Administration of Justice and Criminology at JCCC. Mr. Galbrecht has a lifelong interest in the criminal justice system and is dedicated to the professionalism of law enforcement.

Motorcyle demonstration

Join us for CJ Day 2014 on Wed., Sept. 17, in the JCCC Commons Plaza.

Six administration of justice students brought home 10 trophies from the regional criminal justice competition in Columbia, Missouri.

Six administration of justice students brought home 10 trophies from the regional criminal justice competition in Columbia, Missouri.