Craig Wiggin is an Assistant Professor of Justice Studies at Southern New Hampshire University. His time at SNHU began in 2013, when he served as an adjunct professor on the Manchester campus. There, he began teaching Justice Studies courses to undergraduates both in the classroom and online, and worked with his students to assist with their academic and career planning.
Wiggin is an excellent justice studies resource, having served with the Belknap County Sherriff's Department since 2007. As High Sherriff, Wiggin leads an organization of 55 sworn and civilian personnel, and is responsible for a wide range of law enforcement operations. Wiggin's prior experience includes serving in the Risk Management Division of Meredith Village Savings Bank, and as Director of Law Enforcement Operations with Sig Sauer, Inc. He was also the Major-Commander of the Field Operations Bureau in the New Hampshire Department of Safety from 1984 to 2005. <>
Outside of work, Wiggin belongs to the Meredith, NH Rotary Club and the Lakes Region Partnership for Public Health. He works with the NH Special Olympics, the Salvation Army Fundraising Committee, and a number of other non-profit and charitable organizations.
Wiggin holds an A.S. and B.S. in Criminal Justice from Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, NH, a Certificate in Criminal Justice from the University of Virginia, and a Master's of Education from Plymouth State University. In addition, he participated in the 239th session of the FBI National Academy and has received extensive in-service training through his law enforcement roles.
An associate professor of justice studies, department chair, and program director since 2006, Patrick Cullen is responsible for administration of all justice studies offerings. He is a justice studies generalist with advanced studies in jurisprudence, human rights/global justice, and ethics. Cullen instructs courses in criminal law, criminal procedure, legal traditions, juvenile justice, judicial administration, evidence, and employment law.
Cullen received his Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School. Prior to entering higher education, he worked in both the public and private legal sector in a variety of areas including juvenile law, mental health law, insurance subrogation, and representation of professional boxers. He is also a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional by the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics.
At SNHU, Cullen has participated in numerous university committees including the University Curriculum Committee, School of Arts & Science Curriculum Committee, School of Arts & Sciences Strategic Planning Committee, Board of Trustees Committee on the Student Experience, Faculty Senate, Taskforce on School of Community Economic Development, and Taskforce on Course Marketing He has been awarded Faculty Development Travel Grants in 2011 and 2012. In addition, he is the founder and director of the Institute for Justice & Human Rights.
Cullen is a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar and several regional and national academic associations. He has presented scholarly papers across the United States. He also serves as a consulting reviewer for both academic journals and textbook publishers.