June Werdlow Rogers

June Werdlow Rogers

Dr. June Werdlow Rogers

df7022@wayne.edu

June Werdlow Rogers

Department

 Criminology & Criminal Justice

June Werdlow Rogers is a dedicated crime-fighter. She grew up in Detroit and first became interested in criminal justice while attending Wayne State University as an undergraduate. Dr. Rogers worked briefly as a police officer with the Detroit Police and Central Michigan University Departments before becoming a federal agent. She earned a PhD in Criminal Justice and Criminology from the University of Maryland and after serving 28 years in in law enforcement (local and federal) she retired as DEA's New England Special Agent in Charge in 2008. Since then, she has authored four books (including Cracking the Double Standard Code and Now Hiring Criminal Justice Professionals) and focuses on educating criminal justice professionals. From speaking at national conferences or in college classrooms to writing published works, Dr. Rogers’ goal is always preventing victimization and offending. Most notably this was reflected in her work with The Youth Connection entitled The Boss of me is Me (2016), an interactive notebook and a companion guidebook for parents designed to help teens live crime-free. Currently she in an instructor of college students and first line police supervisors; an advocate for equality and fairness of marginalized criminal justice employees; and conducts research of police crime control strategies.

Education

PhD, Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Maryland (1997)

 Criminalistics, Criminological Theories, and Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice.