Gabriele Suboch

Criminal Justice
Title:
Adjunct Faculty

Email Address:
gsuboch@hodges.edu

Education:
Ph.D. Business Administration w/specialization in Criminal Justice, Northcentral University, 2009
MBA w/specialization in Criminal Justice, Northcentral University, 2007
MBA w/specialization in Public Administration, Impac University, 2003
B.S. Business Management w/specialization in Executive Management and Criminal Justice, 1999
A.S. Business Administration, Federal Business School, Aschaffenburg, Germany, 1974

Professional Certifications:

  • Online Teaching Certificate                                                                     Northcentral University
  • Certified Bloodstain Pattern Examiner

International Association of Identification (re-certified 2017)                                           

  • Special Deputy Certified Law Enforcement Officer                               State of Florida
  • Special Deputy Certified Correction Officer                                           State of Florida
  • Foreign Language Correspondent                                            Chamber of Commerce, Germany  

Awards and Honors:

  • Civilian of the Year, LCSO
  • Grand Cordone Awards, LCSO
  • Civilian of the Quarter, LCSO
  • Exceptional Duty medal, LCSO

With more than 28 years spent in law enforcement, Dr. Gabriele Suboch brings years of experience to the classroom. She spent 2 ½ years with the Bavarian State Police in Germany, 18 ½ years with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) and seven years as auxiliary with the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office. Currently, she holds a state of Florida Auxiliary Deputy certification in law enforcement and corrections, and she is an active auxiliary deputy with the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office in Labelle, Florida.

While at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, she worked in intelligence and crime analysis, and corrections before transferring to the crime scene unity in July 1995. Working as a crime scene specialist for 15 ½ years at LCSO, she worked high profile murder cases and testified in multiple court cases. She also served as the lead investigator and/or part of the investigation team in more than 100 homicides and hundreds of burglaries and other felony crimes.

Using her experience, she transitioned into academia and has since taught online courses at various colleges and universities. Currently, she is an adjunct professor at Northcentral University, as well as an adjunct faculty member of criminal justice at Hodges University.

She is a member of AAFS American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS); Florida Division of International Association of Identification (FDIAI); International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (IABPA); Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society, previous faculty advisor for Northcentral University; Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACRS); Florida Emergency Mortuary Response Team (FEMORS); International Association of Identification (IAI); and the Organized of Scientific Area Committee (OSAC), member of the subcommittee for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis.

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