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Richard Lumb is Emeritus from the State University of New York at Brockport where he was Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice. His doctorate is from Florida State University. He completed 24 years at the university level, teaching, conducting research, scholarship, and engaging in community research and projects. His first career included 22 years in policing, including holding the position of Chief of Police in two communities.
Currently, he is assisting the University of Maine at Augusta in developing an on-line “Community / Citizen Emergency Preparedness & Resilience” program. Additionally, he is a principal in the “Community Emergency Management Preparedness and Resilience Project” in the Town of Scarborough, Maine. In the past 46 years, he has been involved in a variety of public and private organizations, focused mainly on quality of life issues, improvement of the effectiveness and efficiency of services delivered, and helping people and organizations identify problems and determine sustainable solutions.