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Ted D. Sauls ’97, B.S. criminal justice, is a captain on the Greenville Police Department.
At ECU, Ted focused on long term career goals in law enforcement while working an average of 32
hours per week at a paint company and going to school full time.

Ted began his career with the Greenville Police Department in January 1997 as a part-time
evidence technician. The position led him to attend the North Carolina Justice Academy Basic
Law Enforcement Training Academy in 1997-98. Ted learned of a new program while attending
East Carolina and qualified for the first ever cohort of the Police Corp, which mirrors the North
Carolina Teaching Fellows program.

  Brian Stewart is a 1988 graduate from East Carolina University’s Department of Criminal Justice. He is currently the Chief Court Counselor in District 3A-Pitt County, Court Services Division with the North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. In this role he directs and supervises the administrative and technical functions of the Juvenile Court Counselor Program which includes juvenile intake, probation, protective supervision, commitment supervision and post release supervision. Since graduation his career with the North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention has been dedicated to working with at-risk and court involved youth. Prior to his current position he held positions as a Transportation Officer, Youth Counselor Technician, Training School Counselor and Juvenile Court Counselor. Brian has also been a member of the Pitt County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council since 1996 which is responsible for planning and developing sanctions and services to address and prevent juvenile delinquency at the county level in partnership with the State. read more...

Douglas Morgan, Jr. is a 1988 graduate from East Carolina University’s Department of Criminal Justice. He is currently the assistant special agent in charge of several national programs for the Internal Revenue Service’s Internal Affairs Division. Prior to his current position, he spent twenty-two years as a special agent, supervisory special agent, and national program manager. His roles have included U.S. Customs Attaché to the Bahamas; primary advisor to the U.S. Ambassador, U.S. Embassy, Nassau, Bahamas, for all customs-related matters; and U.S. Immigration and Customs Office of Enforcement national program manager for smuggling operations. In 2000, he received the U.S. Customs Commissioners Award for the seizure of 20,000 pounds of cocaine, 30 arrests, and $1million seizure. He has made two appearances on “America’s Most Wanted” television show. read more...


Carl W. Caulk has served as the Assistant Director for the Judicial Security Division of the United States Marshals Service since May 16, 2011.  As a member of the Senior Executive Service, Mr. Caulk oversees the protection of over 2,200 Federal judges, over 6,000 U.S. Attorneys employees, and thousands of other court agency employees located in over 400 facilities nationwide through program offices which include protective operations, protective intelligence, court security, security systems, security contracts, and financial management and administration.   Prior to his current position, Mr. Caulk served as the Deputy Assistant Director for Judicial Operations beginning in June 2009.  He supervised the Office of Protective Operations, Office of Protective Intelligence, Office of Management and Administration, and the National Center for Judicial Security.  Immediately prior to this position, Mr. Caulk held the positions of Deputy Assistant Director of the Prisoner Operations Division and Chief Inspector in the Office of the Associate Director for Operations from 2008 to 2009.  From 2004 to 2008, Mr. Caulk served as the Chief Deputy United States Marshal for the District of New Mexico and, as such, was responsible for all USMS mission execution in the state.  



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