WILLIAM MORRISSETTE, Ph.D.
In addition to overseeing Bay State College's Criminal Justice program, Professor Morrissette can often be found in the classroom, where he teaches Criminal Justice and Humanities.
Professor Morrissette's own studies have centered on philosophies of justice and their theoretical and practical applications in the criminal justice system.
His first career position was with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) where he worked as a Federal Police Officer. He then transferred to the CIA Security Division where he was trained and worked as a Polygraph Examiner and Counter-Intelligence Interrogator. After leaving the CIA he served as President of Intuition which was a forensic communications consulting and training firm.
Currently, Professor Morrissette is also the Program Director for a statewide Advocacy Program which provides criminal justice support to elders who have been victims of crime..
Ph.D. Philosophy, Salve Regina University
MA Human Development, Salve Regina University
BA History, Providence College