Chicago Police Department Partnership and Programs
Saint Xavier University offers a master of business administration program and degree completion programs in partnership with the Chicago Police Department Education and Training Division.
Meet the CPD/SXU liaison:
John P. Lucki, MBA, CFE
Independent investigative contractor and trainer for white collar crimes investigations.
Retired in 2015 as commanding officer of the Financial Crimes Unit of the Chicago Police Department with over twenty five years of white collar investigative experience. Expert in white collar crime investigations involving money laundering, identify theft, mortgage fraud, embezzlement, consumer fraud, loan fraud, social engineering and criminal enterprise exploiting business and financial operations.
Court recognized expert witness and a training specialist of law enforcement professionals in the area of financial crimes.
Deborah "Deb" Pascua retired from the Chicago Police Department in 2014 as a Lieutenant/Inspector with over 27 years of service. She graduated with her MBA from SXU in 2007 and prior to that received her JD from John Marshall Law School and admitted to the State Bar of Illinois in 1990. Deborah has been active in the practice of EEO law and the advancement/mentoring of women in law enforcement with her participation in The Chicago Police Women's Association (CPWA). After retirement, Deborah has obtained her State of Illinois Private Detective and Security Contractor License to start her own security business, Illinois Security Analytics and Consulting, LLC.
For more information or questions about the degree completion programs, please contact:
Office of Admission
Phone: 844-GOTO-SXU (844-468-6798)
For more information or questions regarding the graduate business program, please contact:
Success at SXU
Chicago Police Officer, a CNN Hero of the Year and founder of nonprofit Future Ties
"My experience as a Saint Xavier student was valuable. I didn't realize getting my
MBA would lead me to a transformational change within myself and my career. The skills
that I gained: leadership, initiative, strategic thinking and adaptability to change
assisted me within my nonprofit work. We have contributed to the greater good by transforming
and changing lives in the community that we serve. Thank you, Saint Xavier, for giving
me the foundation."