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George Froggé

George Frogge

Associate Professor

Criminal Justice

“I enjoy the camaraderie with my colleagues and the educational conversations we experience together, and our Criminal Justice students are the best! The University is growing, but it still has that "small town" feel for me.” Dr. Froggé on what excites him about being a part of the Austin Peay community
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D), Lipscomb University        
  • Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ), Middle Tennessee State University/Tennessee State University    
  • Bachelor of Science (BS), Belmont University

I was a police officer for twenty years and have been teaching in higher education since 2009.

  • Policing
  • Crime Prevention
  • Victimology
  • Bullying
  • Educational Perspectives
  1. Froggé, G. M.  (2019). Supporting pregnant incarcerated women through childbirth educational perspectives.  International Journal of Childbirth Education.  34(2), 37-39. 
  2. Froggé, G. M. & Woods, K. (2018). Characteristics and tendencies of first-generation and second-generation university students.  College Quarterly, 21(2), 1-30.
  3. Woods, K. & Froggé, G. M. (2016).  Preferences and experiences of traditional and non-traditional university students.  Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 65(2), 94-105.


  1. Froggé, G. M. (2018). Stop and frisk: A proactive response or bias-based policing. EBP Quarterly. 3(3), 1-6.
  2. Froggé, G. M. (2017). Revitalizing problem-oriented policing through swot analysis concepts. EBP Quarterly 2(1), 1-6.
  3. Froggé, G. M. (2017). Incorporating surveys to improve police-community partnerships.  EBP Quarterly, 2(4), 1-4.
  4. Froggé, G. M. (2017, March). Constitutional policing 101-the bill of rights.  American Beat Cop.