Anthony J. Ewing


I graduated from California State University-Sacramento December 1993 with a Bachelor in Science in Criminal Justice.  In June of 1994, I was initially employed by the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation as a Correctional Officer. In April 1998, I promoted to Parole Agent supervising convicted felons who have become parolees in the San Diego County area.  I have supervised every level of parolee; including High Risk Sex Offenders, Mentally Disordered Offenders, Second Strikers and Lifer parolees.  Also, I was a Gang Investigator and the Internship Coordinator for the Department.

I began teaching Criminal Justice courses at Kaplan College in March 2011 to the present. In February 2015, I obtained my Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Law. In May 2017, I began my studies at Walden University majoring in Forensic Psychology with a specialty in Criminal Justice.

I am a Terrorism Liaison Officer, Infrastructure Liaison Officer, certified in Tactical Casualty Critical Care provider, an operator certified in dignitary protection, an NRA Firearms Instructor, CPR/First Aid certified at the Health Care level, and I will be a Certified POST Academy Instructor candidate (pending August 5, 2017 graduation). I continue to maintain my professional development so I remain current on issues in criminal justice and forensic psychology.

In December 2015, I retired from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation so I could focus more on teaching, my own studies in forensic psychology, and various hobbies.