Anthony Schilling

Adjunct Professor

Homeland Security Minor
Homeland Security, B.S.

Profile

Prior to assuming the position of Adjunct Professor of Homeland Security at UNH Manchester, Anthony Schilling was formerly the Director of Security at Copley Place mall and office towers in Boston, MA, overseeing up to 36 security officers, a $1.3 million-dollar security budget, and over a million square feet of office and luxury retail tenant space. Mr. Schilling is a former military officer, retiring as a Major, US Army Military Police, with successful service in Central America, Middle East and the United States.  Professor Schillings experience includes over 2 plus years’ service as an Auxiliary Police Officer and Sergeant in Brooklyn, NY during the late 1970’s.  His security employment included Area Security Manager for over 40 corporate security accounts in 4 New England states, District Human Resource Manager and Area Security Manager for accounts in Boston and Cambridge, MA, and Regional Vice President for a large group of retail centers in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Anthony has a bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from St. John’s University, NY, Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Oklahoma City University, OK, and was awarded a Graduate Certificate in Sports Security Management from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2015.  He recently obtained his certification in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design from the American Crime Prevention Institute. Professor Schillings experience includes Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Crime Prevention, and Security, Planning and Operations in a multitude of environments and situations.