Today, Dallas Police Media Relations Unit Lieutenant, Max Geron, completed a Master of Arts Degree in Security Studies at the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense.
During the last year and a half he has been working on his degree. According to a press release by the Naval Postgraduate School, Lt. Geron “collaborated with homeland security officials from across the nation on current policy, strategy, and organizational design challenges. He wrote a ground-breaking thesis on 21st century strategies for policing protest for police and civic leaders.”
His thesis is titled “Twenty-first Century Strategies for Policing Protest: What major cities’ responses to the Occupy Movement tell us about the future of police response to public protest.” It was nominated for an “Outstanding Thesis Award.” He is also a cohort’s recipient of the Curtis H. “Butch” Straub Award for leadership and academic performance.
Congratulations to Lieutenant Geron on his academic accomplishments.