Teana M. Robbins
- Adjunct Professor
- School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- 6001 Dodge Street, 218 CPACS
- Omaha, NE 68182-0149
EducationM.S., Criminal Justice, Kaplan University
Professional Experience and Expertise
Ms. Robbins worked several years in the field of juvenile justice holding positions of Parole Officer, Community Residential Supervisor and Cognitive Behavioral Coordinator. Additionally, she has worked as the Regional Sex Offender Treatment Coordinator, and Juvenile Interstate Compact Administrator.
Ms. Robbins has been active in several professional organizations including the American Probation and Parole Association, American Correctional Association and appointed as the Central Regional Co-Chair for Washington Correctional Association. She has served on Washington Oversight Committees involving Sex Offender Treatment, End of Sentence Review Boards for releasing sex offenders, Juvenile Offender Mental Health and Washington’s Integrated Treatment Model Committee developing a statewide parole program using CBT and FFT modalities. Ms. Robbins operated as the Regional Diversity Coordinator for the state and earned the Exceptional Faculty Award for Yakima Valley College in 2016.
She has also been a first responder in the state of Washington for 24 years. She is an active K9 handler with K9’s certified in Wilderness Area Scent, Urban Trailing, Evidence Search and Human Remains Detection (cadaver dog - both land and water). Ms. Robbins is a Central Washington SAR K9 Evaluator and Communications Coordinator, implemented the passing of RCW 9.91.175: Interfering with a Search and Rescue Dog, certified in Incident Command System 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, Amateur Radio Operator Licensed (KD8LXI) and Washington Emergency Management Licensed (OEM #135). She is a current member of the National Search Dog Association.