Adam Wojcicki, CAE

Deputy Director

(804) 644-0383

“I get up every morning determined to both change the world and have one hell of a good time. Sometimes this makes planning my day difficult.”
– E. B. White

Following fifteen years of sworn service as a patrol officer, supervisor, and director of professional standards, Adam joined VCPI as a project manager at a time when VCPI was poised to transform itself and reshape its role in our nation’s public safety efforts. Working as part of VCPI’s remarkable team, Adam spent the better part of the next two decades overseeing the development and implementation of transformative initiatives for agencies and communities across the nation. 

Today, Adam is VCPI’s Deputy Director, and with more than thirty years of experience, he is a trusted, sought-after leader in the public safety community. Serving as VCPI’s chief content and development manager, Adam is recognized as a subject-matter expert on topics ranging from crime prevention and critical infrastructure protection to police ethics and organizational leadership. 

As a prolific content developer and voice for public safety innovation, Adam has delivered lectures, briefings, speeches, and training to national audiences for organizations such as the US Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Justice, the National Sheriffs Association, and the Virginia General Assembly. Adam has also authored, hosted, and contributed to numerous publications, papers, podcasts, and public safety curricula. 

Adam’s work is defined by his dedication to the service of others and his passion for education and public safety. For his efforts, Adam has earned distinctions for his service as a police officer, community member, and non-profit executive including the coveted CAE designation from the American Society of Association Executives. As a lifelong learner, he holds a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and a post-baccalaureate certificate in public safety from Virginia Commonwealth University, as well as a Bachelor of Science in the Administration of Justice from Bluefield College. 

When not at work, Adam spends his time in Powhatan, Virginia with his wife, sons, and family enjoying music, fitness, cooking, and trying to reason with his very demanding dog, Banjo.