Eric Fowler received his MA in 2015, with a concentration in Policy and Practice. His research interests include police culture, situational crime prevention, and innovations in policing.
Mr. Fowler worked full-time while in the program at the George Mason University Police Department, a position he continues post-graduation. As a Compliance Coordinator, he works collaboratively with campus officials and local law enforcement agencies to ensure the institution's compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Police and Crime Statistics Act. Mr. Fowler also serves as the primary crime analyst for the Mason Police, providing updated crime information to department leaders for management of the Mason Police Department's CompStat program. Prior to accepting his dual positions as Compliance Coordinator and Crime Analyst, he handled all emergency and non-emergency calls for police service as a Communications Officer for the Mason Police. Mr. Fowler is also active in the Mason Staff Senate, having been elected a Staff Senator by his peers.
Mr. Fowler entered the CLS MA program in 2013 after serving six years in the United States Air Force as a military police officer. He received his BA degree in Justice Administration from Hawaii Pacific University in 2012.