Brian Peters, Seward Police Department Chief, teaches the Introduction to Law Enforcement course at Concordia as an adjunct professor. Peters has extensive experience in law enforcement and has served as both the Chief of Police and Assistant Chief of Police for the City of Seward, Nebraska.
Peters’ law enforcement experience includes:
- Five years serving with the Columbus Police Department
- One year serving with the Nebraska Department of Corrections
- Nine years serving with the University of Nebraska Police Department
- Thirteen years serving with the Seward Police Department
- Peters is a certified law enforcement officer in the State of Nebraska
Brian Peters's Academic Programs
A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice will allow you to study and become an expert in the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, courts and corrections. Through the criminal justice program at Concordia Nebraska, you’ll learn to use scientific perspectives and methodologies to examine society’s response to crime in local communities and around the world.
Criminal Justice - Online
Prepare for a career in law enforcement, the courts or corrections and adopt the most effective measures to effect positive change in your community through Concordia University, Nebraska's online Bachelor's program in Criminal Justice. Through innovative community-building, deescalation and security frameworks, students are prepared to enter the workforce directly or pursue graduate-level study.