School of Public Safety, Valencia College
Presentation: “Human Trafficking: A System Wide Public Safety and Community Approach”
Jeffrey W. Goltz was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and served four years in the U.S. Air Force from 1983 through 1987 as an avionic technician at Eglin AFB, Florida. In 1988 he was hired by the Orlando Police Department, Florida, as a sworn law enforcement officer. He retired as a Captain from the Orlando Police Department in 2008, after 20 years of dedicated public service. Over his law enforcement career, Goltz had numerous assignments throughout the Orlando Police Department to include patrol, special operations, community involvement, public information, airport, planning and research, accreditation, and executive chief’s staff as the professional standards commander. Since the mid 1990’s, he has been a certified law enforcement instructor and has taught public safety management and leadership, ethics, supervision, media relations, and human diversity. Upon his retirement from the Orlando Police Department, he served as the director of the Criminal Justice Institute at Valencia College to February 2014. Currently, Goltz is the executive dean of the School of Public Safety at Valencia College where he is responsible for the leadership and management of the Criminal Justice Institute, Fire Rescue Institute, Safety and Security Institute, and Public Safety Operations and Program Support. This school at Valencia College has over 8,000 public safety student enrollments with projected substantial growth in the future.
UCF School of Public Administration
Presentation: “Archeology of Exclusion: Counter-Mapping Sites of Exclusion and Oppression in the Administrative State using GIS”
Sociology Department Chair
Presentation: “The Need to Affiliate and Anti-Hispanic Attitude Formation in the United States’ Growing Hispanic Population”