Saint Louis University
Marita Malone, Ph.D.


phone: 314-977-2330
fax: 314-977-2333
address: Brouster Hall
3840 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis , MO   63108
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Degree: Ph.D. Public Administration
Golden Gate University

Degree: MBA
Golden Gate University

Degree: Certified Fraud Specialist

Previously: Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (24+ years) Affiliate Instructor for the Dardenne School of Business at the University of Virginia-Charlottesville (8 years) Editor of The FBI Management Quarterly (4 years)

Malone, Marita (2009). Managing Law Enforcement Change: a Guidebook to Case Studies. University of North Florida Institute of Police Technology and Management: Jacksonville, FL.

Malone, Marita (April 2000). Leadership in Developing the Organizational Ethic: Ethics in Policing, 1st through 5th eds. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C.

Malone, Marita (1997). "Moral Parameters of Police Decision Making," Public Integrity Annual.

Malone, Marita (1996). "The Meaning of Situational Leadership," FBI Management Quarterly.

Malone, Marita (April 1994). "Key Thinking Strategies for Future Problem Solving," The Police Chief.

Malone, Marita (February 1992). The Effect of Law Enforcement Managers' and Supervisors' Inquiry Modes on Management Styles and Organizational Planning (published dissertation). U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C.

Malone, Marita (1988). "Trusting the Soviets: A Genuine Détente." Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Golden Gate University: San Francisco.

Managing Change in Public Administration, Justice Administration Issues, Ethics of Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism
Other Activities: Dr. Malone has more than 24 years of experience in local, state and federal police and investigative agencies. Dr. Malone also taught at the FBI National Academy and traveled nationally and internationally to work with law enforcement officials at the mid-management and executive levels. While at the FBI Academy, she was a facilitator of major change in police agencies.
Higher purpose. Greater good.
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