Stephen G. Metelsky, M.A. is a professor and writer with over 20 years experience as a police (ret.) sergeant. Stephen is a cold case columnist with Canada’s Blue Line magazine and has covered true and organized crime stories for various newspapers affiliated with Metroland Media Group & Postmedia Network Incorporated.
Stephen is a former intelligence sergeant who specialized in organized crime, informant recruitment/development and undercover work - both as an operator and handler.
Since retiring from policing in 2017, Stephen has been a criminology professor at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He also teaches organized crime at Queens University and forensics at the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto, Ontario.
He has his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Criminology from the University of Toronto and his Masters degree (M.A.) in Criminology from Charles Sturt University.
Stephen recently wrote his first movie treatment: based on actual events stemming from his previous career as an intelligence sergeant. His treatment is officially registered with the Writer's Guild of America West.
Stephen's new book "UNDERCOVER: Stories from the underworld of law enforcement" is now available at: UnderWorldStories (.com)
Charles Sturt University
University of Toronto