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Mark Byington

Darrel Hulvey
Trevor Wild

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Mark Byington

Mark ByingtonTitle: Professor - Criminal Justice
Office: TC 315D

Master of Arts: Saint Joseph'S College
Master of Public Admin: City University
Bachelor of Science: Southeast Missouri St Univ
Associate of Arts: Mineral Area College

Mark Byington earned his A.A. degrees from Mineral Area College. He went on to earn his B.S. degree from Southeast Missouri State University and his M.P.A. degree from City University in Bellevue Washington. He served as a police officer with the Dallas Police Department and with the Mineral Area College Department of Public Safety. He is the former director of the Mineral Area College Law Enforcement Academy and the Missouri Police Corps under the direction of the Office of Justice Programs. He is also a two term POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) Commissioner and served as training advisor and consultant to the Baltimore Police Commissioner and the City of Baltimore from 2007-2011. He currently serves as Law Enforcement advisor to the Center for Research on Institutions and Social Policy (CRISP).


Darrel Hulvey

Darrel HulveyTitle: Campus Police Officer

Master of Arts: American Public Univ System

Trevor Wild

Trevor WildTitle: Adjunct-Criminal Justice
Phone:Contact Business, Social Services, Public Services Secretary at 636-481-3314

Master of Science: Lindenwood University
Bachelor of Arts: Lindenwood University

Trevor Wild is currently a deputy sheriff with the Franklin County Sheriff`s Office where he has been employed for the past 16 years. He is a supervisor for the SWAT team and a Sgt. within their patrol division. He obtained his A.S. from Mineral Area College. He earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice and a M.S. in Administration from Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO. He possesses credentials from Missouri POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) as an academy instructor. He teaches various subjects for the Missouri Sheriff`s Training Academy in Union, MO, and was an instructor for the Missouri Police Corps.