Ahmet Kule is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Social, Cultural, and Justice Studies. He received his Master’s Degree (2005) and doctorate (2007) in Criminal Justice from the City University of New York. Before joining the UTC, he served at the NATO School in Germany as a senior instructor. He primarily teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in terrorism, policing, justice policies, and comparative criminal justice.
Dr. Kule has conducted research in the areas of national security, terrorism, radicalization, policing, criminal interrogations, and unmanned aerial systems. His recent publications include: Unmanned Aerial Systems: Past, Present and Future (2015), How Individuals Join Terrorist Organizations in Turkey (co-author, 2015), Intelligence –Led Policing: How the Use of Crime Intelligence Analysis Translates into the Decision-Making (co-author, 2013).