John M. Brooks Jr.
(ARSC)-Arts & Sciences
(SOCI)-Sociology and Criminology
Detective Brooks currently teaches Criminal Investigations and is a retired Crime Scene Investigator for the Fayetteville Police Department. He has taught Criminal Investigations since January of 2007 and also teaches for the Criminal Justice Institute in Little Rock since January 2011. Brooks was employed at the Fayetteville Police Department for 16 years before retiring and starting his own investigative firm-John M Brooks LLC.
Blood Spatter Analysis
Criminal Justice Reform
Sociology and Criminology
Criminal Investigations Lecturer University of Arkansas Spring 2007-Present
Instructor Criminal Justice Institute University of Arkansas 2011-Present
Criminalistics-Introduction to Forensic Science Northwest Arkansas Community College Spring 2006
Crime Scene Investigation Northwest Arkansas Community College Spring and Fall 2004-2006
B.A. Sociology/Criminal Justice UA 2001
Rapid characterization of edible oils by direct matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry analysis using triacylglycerols. J.O. Lay Jr., R Liyanage, B. Durham, J. Brooks Jr.
Identifying and Sharing Class Characteristics of Outsole Impressions. Journal Of Forensic Identification, Vol. 56(5), 2006\733 J. Brooks Jr.
Member International Association for Identification
ADIAI-Arkansas Division, Executive Board of Directors, 2004-2006, Chairman, 2006-2008
Member International Association for Identification and Bloodstain Pattern Analysts
Member International Association of Crime Scene Investigators Association
Unit Meritorious Performance Award Fayetteville Police Department 2012
Senate Leadership Award City of Fayetteville Merit Employee Staff Senate Chair 2010-2012
Unit Meritorious Performance Award Fayetteville Police Department 200
Officer of the Year, Fayetteville Exchange Club, 2005
Commendation, Fayetteville Police Department, for performing above and beyond assigned duties and bringing great credit to Fayetteville Police Department, 2003