Dr. Bradley Edwards is a Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice
and Criminology. He also currently serves as the academic advisor for Criminal Justice
students who have earned more than 60 credit hours. Dr. Edwards received his Ed.
D. from East Tennessee State University in 2017 with a concentration in Post-Secondary
and Private Sector Leadership. Previously he obtained his B.S. and M.A. in Criminal
Justice from ETSU.
Dr. Edwards teaches several courses for the department, including Criminal Law and
CJCR Policy and Research. His publications include an Introduction to Criminal Justice
textbook, as well as books, book chapters, and articles in areas such as corrections,
ethics, policing, and restorative justice. Additionally, he has a research interest
in areas such as the media, policy analysis, and criminal justice education.