Haley Slade is a full-time faculty member and the program coordinator for the Criminal Justice and Corrections programs at Mott Community College. She started teaching at MCC in the Fall of 2017. She teaches several courses in the Criminal Justice program including CRJU 161 - Introductions to Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, CRJU 162 - Administration of Justice, CRJU 230 - Ethics and Leadership, and CRJU 269 - Juvenile Justice.
Haley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Saginaw Valley State University and a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University. Haley has a background in law enforcement and law. She was a police officer for almost 8 years and spent 2 years as a practicing attorney. She has experience as an assistant prosecuting attorney and as a staff attorney for the Friend of the Court.
Haley strives to make her classrooms (including virtual classrooms) an interesting and engaging place where everyone feels welcome, comfortable, and safe. Through her teaching, she hopes to not only teach her students about criminal justice, but also teach them about life and make them better people. She is passionate about teaching the next generation of law enforcement and criminal justice professionals and making Mott Criminal Justice graduates the best they can be. She strongly believes our graduates can make a difference and will make a difference. MCC graduates truly are ready for more!