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Gail Beaudoin, M.A.

Adjunct Faculty

School of Criminology & Justice Studies


B.A.: University of Lowell, 1983

M.S.: University of Massachusetts - Lowell, 1992


Gail Beaudoin is a 29 year veteran of the Chelmsford Police Department where she currently holds the rank of Sergeant and oversees the Traffic and Safety Division. Prior to her current assignment she worked patrol, crime prevention as well being a criminal bureau detective for 11 years. She currently heads up the auxiliary police force which is an unpaid, volunteer police unit.

Gail graduated from University of Lowell in 1983 with her B.S. in Administration of Criminal Justice as well as in 1992 from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with her M.A. in Criminal Justice.

Gail has been an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell since 2002, where she teaches both online as well as in the classroom. The topics she has taught have been; Industrial Security, Physical Security, Security Management, Intro to Homeland Security, Gender, Race and Crime as well as supervising/teaching the Criminal Justice Internship Studies.