Security Systems Consultant
Department of Security Systems
Farmingdale State University of New York
Bohemia, New York
Professor John Kostanoski is the Chair of the Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Security Systems at Farmingdale State University of New York. He has served as a Technical Consultant to the National Institute of Justice and is editor of the Journal of Applied Security Research, a peer-reviewed academic Journal that is published quarterly. He is a frequent lecturer to security personnel and corporate executives on security technology matters and has been involved for several years with engineering authorities in the development of high technology protection systems. His most recent contribution has been in the blending of quality equipment with innovative techniques of design to offer portability-plus protection systems. He also serves as an instructor at the Executive Protection Institute on investigative and personal protection technology and as a consultant on security technology surveys.
Professor Kostanoski has received a certificate in classification management from the Department of Defense, Defense Industrial Security Institute, Richmond, Virginia; and has completed the Cisco Certified Network Associate training program. He holds a BS and an MA degree, both in Criminal Justice, from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York. He is the co-author of the text: Security & Loss Control, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1983 and Introduction to Security and Loss Control, Prentice Hall, 1990.
Professor Kostanoski is a graduate of the Executive Protection Institute and a member of the Nine Lives Associates. He is a member of the Academy of Security Educators and Trainers and serves as Executive Vice President for the Academy. Professor Kostanoski is a Certified Security Trainer (C.S.T.) through the Academy.
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