Gabriele Suboch, PhD

Distinguished Professor, School of Business

Gabi Suboch, PhD photo

Areas of Expertise:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Forensic Science
  • Emergency Management

Education:

  • ​PhD, Northcentral University, online
  • MS Business Admin/CJ,  Northcentraul University, online
  • MS Businesss Admin/Public Admin, Impac University, Punta Gorda, FL
  • BS Business Admin, CJ, Exec. Management, Hodges University, Fort Myers, FL
  • AS Business Administration, Staatliche Berufschule, Aschaffenburg, Germany

Dissertation:

  • ​Assessing the use of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis by location, department, and officer's factors.

Research Areas of Interest:

  • ​Criminal Justice
  • Forensic Science
  • Homeland Security

Certifications and /or licenses:

  • ​Certified Bloodstain Pattern Analyst,
  • Foreign Language Correspondent for German/English

Selected Publications:

  • ​Suboch, G (2016) Real world crime scene investigation. CRC Press
  • Suboch, G (2020) Update on BPA in OSAC, Journal of Florida Division of International Association of Identification.
  • Suboch, G., House, J., Herrington, C., (2017) Why do female and minority officers remain in law enforcement. JSTOR
  • Race, Gender & Class
  • Vol. 24, No. 3-4, Immigration, HBCUs, Criminology, and Education Issues (2017), pp. 100-118 (19 pages)

Selected Professional Experience:

  • ​Crime Scene Specialist with Lee County Sheriff's Office (1992 -2010, retirement).
  • Auxiliary certified Deputy Sheriff in law enforcement and Corrections (1997, State of Florida)
  • Since 1999, teaching online and on campus.
  • Faculty with NCU since 2004.
  • Previous lead faculty for CJ at NCU
  • IRB reviewer for NCU
  • Faculty Senate member at NCU (previous secretary and chair)
  • Chair of the Faculty Adjunct Council at NCU
  • Founding member of the Organization of Scietific Area Committee for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (OSAC)
  • Memberships:
  • International Association of Identification
  • Florida Emergency Mortuary response team FEMORS
  • Florida Division of International Association of Identification FDIAI
  • International Association of Bloodstain pattern Analysists IABPA
  • Association of crime scene reconstruction ASCR