Introduction to the Professor
Giles Casaleggio is an associate professor at Saint John's University, College of Professional Studies. In addition to teaching Criminal Justice courses, he has been Director of the Security Administration Program and taught in the Criminal Justice Leadership Graduate School. Casaleggio obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1972. He attended The University of Tennessee Law School and received his Juris Doctorate from Saint John's University in 1972. He was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and The Criminal Law Institute. He is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey and before The United States Supreme Court.
He has been a member of the New Jersey Conference of Mayors, Criminal Justice Educators Association, American Association of University Professors, St. John's University Alumni Association, Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association and The N.Y. and N.J. Rifle and Pistol Associations.
Professor Casaleggio’s law enforcement writing has been featured in Case and Comment Magazine, vol 79, no 2, The Police Chronicle, vol 2, no 12, and The Narc Officer, vol XI, no IV. He has been a national conference speaker before the Society of Professional Investigators on security education, the National Cargo Security Council on narcotics abuse and the Connecticut Narcotics Officers Association on organized crime. In 2013 he published "Management Methods From The Mafia," a text on Criminal Justice Leadership. In 2014 he received "The Craig Collins Award" for distinguished faculty of the St John's University, College of Professional Studies, Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies and Homeland Security.