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  • CAMPUS CLOSED on Monday, July 4th.


    Campus is closed on Monday, July 4th in celebration of Independence Day.


Tiffany K. Grainger joined CSU-Pueblo in 2017 as an adjunct professor. She teaches Police and Society (SOC 411) and is working towards developing courses in combating human trafficking. The first of these courses (Introduction to Human Trafficking Prevention) will be offered as a Special Topics course, on the CSU-Pueblo campus, starting in Spring, 2018.


With seven years of experience as a Police Officer in the NYPD (South Bronx) and five years of experience in fighting human trafficking in India, Tiffany Grainger has extensive knowledge of policing in today’s society, effective investigative techniques, prevention measures, and rehabilitation methods. She has worked extensively in providing guidance for investigations, planning and organizing rescues in conjunction with government officials, and ensuring safety of team members. Additionally, she has years of experience in creating and conducting human trafficking awareness trainings and workshops. Her in-field experience, coupled with her Master’s in Public Administration from Marist College and her Bachelor of Science in Sociology/Criminology from CSU-Pueblo; gives a unique and insightful perspective into the intricacies of policing and human trafficking, including: conducting investigations, creating awareness, implementing prevention strategies, and victim/survivor rehabilitation methods.  

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