Homer Craig

Homer Craig

Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator

Mr. Craig is 32-year law enforcement veteran.  Retired as an Assistant Chief of Police, with Winston-Salem Police Department Career with the Winston Salem Police Department reflects numerous assignments and accomplishments including Investigations, Patrol, Commander of a Multi-agency state and federal Task Force, member of an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) and Narcotics.  The development and implementation of the Repeat Offender and Habitual Felon Units. Served as a member of the North Carolina Governor’s State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention under Governor Michael Easley. He enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, playing golf, and gardening.

Department Public Service 

Instructor and GOAL-DCP Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator and Enrollment liaison.


1994 – Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Alabama
1998 – North Carolina State University Law Enforcement Leadership Program
1992 – Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Gardner-Webb College
1972 – Associates Degree in Architectural Drafting and Design Technology from Catawba Valley Technical Institute