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California State University, Long Beach
Department of Criminal Justice

Dr. Harvey N. Morley

Professor of Criminal Justice


Ed.D. -- University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (Educational Administration)
M.P.H. -- California State University, Northridge (Public Health)
M.S. -- Austin Peay State University (Education)
B.S. -- San Fernando Valley State College (Political Science)

Statement of Professional Engagement:

Dr. Morley's areas of expertise involve both private and public security, especially as security concerns relate to acts of terrorism and the justice system implications of those acts. Dr. Morley is also concerned with a wide variety of issues in criminal justice education, particularly as it relates to leadership development and experiential learning.

Research Interests

  • Security (especially at the Olympic Games)
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Terrorism and Homeland Security

Dr. Morley has semi-retired on the CSU Faculty Early Retirement Program (FERP). While FERPing, Dr. Morley will not be on-campus in the fall semesters. He does, however, teach in the spring semesters.


Office Location: Engineering Technologies (E-Tec) 222

Classes Dr. Morley Teaches at CSULB

  • CRJU 101: The Criminal Justice System in Society
  • CRJU 220: Terrorism and the Criminal Justice System
  • CRIM 330: Criminal Justice Ethics, Values, and Diversity
  • CRJU 492: Internship