Michael R. Ramon

Campus: Springfield



  • University of Cincinnati – Master’s Degree in Criminology/Criminal Justice 2010
  • Missouri State UniversityMSW Program 2006
  • Georgetown University - “Seminar for Executives on Legislative Operations" 2000
  • Harvard University - John F. Kennedy School of Government 1997 - 
  • Senior Executive Fellows Program
  • California State University Sacramento - BS Criminal Justice 1988 - Honor Graduate
  • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center 1979 - Distinguished Graduate
  • US Air Force Security Police Academy 1976 - Outstanding Graduate


  • Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System
  • Policing

Research and professional interests

Mr. Ramon’s primary research concentration focuses on comprehensive early childhood intervention programs designed to  ultimately reduce crime by identifying ‘red flag’ behaviors and  improving communication and life skills from as early as  6 months to adolescence.  He is also interested in identifying successful juvenile diversion programs, especially those that provide training to parents.  Mr. Ramon has been intimately involved in criminal justice management with 30 years of professional law enforcement experience including numerous supervisory positions with  the U.S. Marshals Service.   He is a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society.

Awards and honors

  • Alpha Phi Sigma - National Criminal Justice Honor Society
  • Commendation for Meritorious Service – Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Distinguished Public Service Award - Federal Executive Board
  • Distinguished Graduate – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Criminal Investigator School
  • Overall Outstanding Graduate – United States Air Force Security Police Academy
  • Special Achievement Award - United States Marshals Service
  • Outstanding Performance Award - United States Marshals Service
  • Meritorious Service Award – Cuban/Haitian Task Force - United States Marshals Service