Jeffrey J. Steger

Program Manager
Mobile: 757.870.0223
jsteger@vcpionline.org

Jeff Steger is a program manager for VCPI. In this capacity he coordinates and delivers national training programs on Community Policing Initiatives, Violence Intervention, CPTED and more. Jeff is a retired Arlington County, Virginia law enforcement officer with twenty-three years of service. He served as a Police-School Liaison/Crime Prevention Officer during most of his career and was a certified DARE instructor. He is also a past President of the Virginia Crime Prevention Association (VCPA) and is a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. He served as the VCPA training coordinator for hundreds of training courses conducted in Virginia, and as a member of the VCPA consultant team that provided crime prevention services to public housing communities throughout the United States from 1995 to 2001.

Jeff has also served as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Justice, the National Crime Prevention Council, the National Child Safety Council, the National Center for Prevention and Research Solutions, the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, the Virginia Center for Policing Innovation, the University of Virginia, and Michigan State University. He has served as a speaker at national conferences for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the National Sheriffs Association, U.S. Department of Justice, and the National Crime Prevention Council. Jeff was instrumental in the development of an assessment process for public schools in Virginia and has assessed numerous schools, public housing developments, businesses, and neighborhoods throughout the United States. He is a graduate of Carson Newman University.