Faculty:

Carlos Sanchez

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Business
Campus(es):
San Francisco, Online

Lieutenant Carlos Sanchez is currently in charge of investigations for the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office White Collar Crimes Division where he is involved in a variety of highly sensitive cases that include Officer Involved Shootings.  He held the position of Assistant Chief for eight years and has an extensive background in the criminal justice arena having specialized in areas of cyber security, high tech, economic crimes, public integrity, fraud, and general criminal domains, such as homicide, family violence, and sexual assaults.

With more than 27 years of experience in law enforcement, Sanchez teaches to Police and Prosecutors throughout the State and country, as well as internationally to a varied audience that include foreign Judges and State officials. He has worked in the private sector, most notably as Global Director for Visa Cyber Security & Fraud division, managed a successful San Francisco landmark restaurant and currently conducts a weekly series for Univision Spanish Television on consumer fraud.  

 


COURSES TAUGHT

EMPA 311
Current Issues in Law Enforcement

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Criminal Justice
  • Law Enforcement
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Crime Prevention

EDUCATION

  • EMPA, Golden Gate University
  • BS (Legal Studies, Spanish), University of California Berkeley
  • Executive Law Enforcement Advance Certification, FBI National Academy

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 2015 - Present: Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University
  • 1985 - Present: Lieutenant of Investigations, San Francisco District Attorney's Office