C. Thomas (Tom) Jordan
C. Thomas Jordan (Tom) holds a B.A. degree in Government and Politics (1991) from the University of Maryland at College Park. Upon graduation, he worked with the U.S. Department of State in their European and Soviet Affairs Bureau. With a strong concentration of Criminal Justice studies, he left the U.S. Department of State to join the U.S. Capitol Police Department in 1993. In 1995, Tom joined the Montgomery County Department of Police where he holds the rank of Captain and currently is the Director of the Information Management and Technology Division. In 2010, he earned his M.S. in Management with a certificate in Police Executive Leadership and Emergency Management from the Johns Hopkins University. Tom has served as the Deputy Commander of the 5th District (Germantown) from 2011 - 2014. Tom was also assigned to the Office of the Chief as the Executive Administrative Officer for the Management Services Bureau and served as the Deputy Director of the Internal Affairs Division of the Montgomery County Department of Police. Tom is also involved with the International Association of Police Chiefs / International Managers of Police Academy and College Training (IMPACT) section whose ultimate goal is to enhance the quality of law enforcement and policing at the international level through education and training. Tom was elected as the President of the Montgomery County Police Alliance of Police Supervisors in November 2014. Tom teaches CCJS 310 - Criminal Investigations, CCJS 498D – Crisis Management and Leadership, and CCJS 498L – Ethics in Criminal Justice.
- MS M.S. in Management from Johns Hopkins University
- BA Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice