Sgt Jeremiah Johnson is a policing practitioner and researcher. He has served in a sworn capacity with the Darien Police Department in Connecticut since 2002. Jeremiah is concurrently employed by the University of New Haven where he is an appointed Practitioner in Residence at the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice.
Jeremiah is affiliated with the Police Foundation in Washington DC where he proudly serves as a Policing Fellow and the National Institute of Justice where he was honored as a Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) Program Scholar.
Jeremiah holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Geneva College (’00), a master’s degree in justice administration from Western Connecticut State University (’08), a master’s degree in criminal justice from John Jay College(’12), and a Ph.D. in criminal justice from the City University of New York Graduate Center (’15). His dissertation research focused on the role of relational networks in diffusing law enforcement innovations.