Dr. Jeremy M. Wilson
Professor of the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University
Talks covered by this speaker
Illicit product counterfeit markets: Examining stakeholder roles and effects
Categories covered by Dr. Jeremy M.
About this Speaker
Dr. Jeremy Wilson is a Professor of the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University, where he also founded and directed the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection and the Program on Police Consolidation and Shared Services. Prior to joining MSU, Dr. Wilson was a Behavioral Scientist at the RAND Corporation, where he led the development of the Center on Quality Policing and the Police Recruitment and Retention Clearinghouse. He has held a wide variety of appointments and honorary titles at prestigious institutions around the world, and has served as an instructor for numerous brand protection, supply chain, and law enforcement training programs. As a scholar, educator, advisor, and consultant, Dr. Wilson has collaborated with multinational corporations in virtually every industry, police agencies, communities, task forces, professional associations, governments, and other public and private entities throughout the U.S. and the world on many complex public safety problems, and he has led over $10M of projects sponsored by the U.S. Congress, various units of the U.S. Departments of Justice and Interior, community and institutional foundations, local governments, police departments, professional associations, and global brands. Among other areas, he has published over 160 publications and resources for practitioners and scholars on brand protection, product counterfeiting, intellectual property, staffing and personnel planning, organizational consolidation, resource allocation, performance assessment and ROI, data and measurement, empirical modeling and evaluation. Recently, Michigan State University recognized him with the Corporate Connector Award for his extensive brand integrity partnership building with industry, and the Police Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences honored him with the O.W. Wilson Award for his contributions to police research and practice. He has received additional leadership, research, service, and supervisory awards by Johnson & Johnson, Underwriters Laboratories, the American Society of Criminology, RAND Corporation, The Ohio State University, Indiana University, Michigan State University, and the City of Lansing.