Barry Glover Endowed Scholarship
Barry Glover was a former associate professor of criminal justice at Saint Leo University. His career in law enforcement began at the Clearwater Police Department in 1969. He worked his way up the ranks and retired as a captain over the criminal investigation division. During his time in Clearwater, he worked as an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University and the University of South Florida. When he retired from Clearwater police, he went full-time at Saint Leo. Mr. Glover spearheaded a master’s program and launched a traveling command school that is unique in Florida. It teaches upper-level administrative skills at police and sheriff’s departments.He also implemented a program where select students travel to Israel to learn state-of-the-art homeland security techniques, and a unique cold case program where students look at actual detective files, with sworn case detectives on hand to assist.