Michael Klemp-North, Ph.D.
- Ph.D. in Sociology, Western Michigan University
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice, University of Wisconwin-Platteville
- Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Social Welfare, and Criminal Justice, University of Wisconwin-Madison
- Nationally Certified Emergency Medical Responder
Klemp-North is an instructor for the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's criminal justice department. Klemp-North teaches undergrade courses in Ciminology, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, and Community-Based Corrections, as well as graduate courses in Criminological Theory, Law as Social Control, and Seminar Paper Research.
Previously Klemp-North has taught at Ferris State University and Northcentral Technical College. He has worked for the State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections as a Probation and Parole Agent and Northwoods Alliance as a Care Coordinator for kids who have Severe Emotional Disabilities. He currently is the Director of Outdoor Ministry for Pilgrim Center part of United Church Camps a year round retreat and conference center, and has published and presented on gangs, community corrections, homicide trends, as well as criminological theory.