Inspector James E. McCabe, Ph.D., M. Phil., M.A., B.A.

Senior Associate

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Sacred Heart University
Retired NYPD Inspector 

Dr. McCabe retired as an Inspector with the New York City Police Department after 20 years of service. As Inspector his assignments included Commanding Officer of the NYPD Office of Labor Relations and Commanding Officer of the Training Bureau. As a Deputy Inspector he was the Commanding Officer of the Police Academy with direct supervision of over 750 staff officers and 2,000 recruits. As Executive Officer, Police Commissioner’s Office. His field experience includes, Commanding Officer, 110th Precinct, Executive Officer, 113th Precinct, assignment to the Operations Division/Office of Emergency Management and uniform patrol as on officer and Sergeant in Manhattan. He has published extensively and presented to numerous conference including Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences:

He holds a Ph.D. and M. Phil, in Criminal Justice, from CUNY Graduate Center, an M.A. in Criminal Justice, from John Jay College, an M.A. in Labor and Policy Studies, SUNY Empire State College, and B.A. in Psychology, CUNY Queens College, June, 1989. He is a graduate of the Executive Management Program, Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and the FBI National Academy.