Stephen Saravara III, JD, CPP
J.D.: Massachusetts School of Law.
M.Ed: William Woods University
B.A.: Political Science, UMass Boston.
A.A : Criminal Justice, Mass Bay C.C.
GCCI: College Instruction, Clark University CWC.
Licenses and Certifications
CPP Certified Protection Professional, ASIS International.
State and Federally Licensed Attorney (1st Cir.).
SME in Homeland Security Education, ABCHS.
Certified Counter Terrorism Instructor, SLATT
Cybercrime and security
Criminal law and procedure.
Homeland and industrial security education.
Emergency management and disaster planning.
Professor Saravara joined the faculty in 2020 from William Woods University where he was Chair of the Criminal Justice Program. Prior assignments include Nichols College where was Program Chair of the Criminal Justice Management Department and the University of Massachusetts, Lowell where he was the Director of International Partnerships for Hong Kong and Macau and a Lecturer in Criminology. He is an active member of The American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and the High Tech Criminal Investigative Agency (HTCIA).
Professor Saravara also brings varied experience in the field as a former state prosecutor, auxiliary police officer, regional emergency planning consultant and a private security account manager.
Security Regulations, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009
Labor Strikes and Regulations, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009
Civil and Administrative Laws and Regulation, ASIS Protection Assets Manual, 2009
OSHA Regulations, ASIS Protection of Assets Manual, 2009
Criminal Law for the Security Practitioner, ASIS Protection of Assets Manual, 2009
Errico, Julie “Taking Care of Business.” Nichols College Magazine, Winter 2008: 5.
Academic Program Review: Security Studies at Nichols College, Journal of Applied Security Research; Vol. 3, Fall 2008, P. 513.
Goba, Jennifer “Security Studies at Nichols College,” The Security Beacon, ASIS Boston”, April 2008
Business Continuity Planning in Higher Education Due to Pandemic Outbreaks: A Faculty Perspective; Journal of Security Education, Vol. 2 Number 3, Summer 2007, Page 41.(peer review).
Security in the Future 2020, Ch.2 Security Education, ASIS International Publishing, 2009
Expungement of Criminal Records in Massachusetts”, Volume 2, Mass School of Law (Law. Review), Fall 1994, page 10.