Nashmeel Sadjadi

Nashmeel Sadjadi started her law enforcement career over 20 years ago with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office and the public defender’s office, as a paid intern focusing on victim services and juvenile rehabilitation programs.  During her time with Santa Clara County, she also served as a deputy probation officer for both juveniles and adults, focusing primarily on substance abuse, domestic violence and sexual offender cases.  In addition to this, she served as a court officer and was also responsible for assisting with the development of the county’s first victim awareness program.  

Nashmeel worked for the San Mateo Superior Court as a court investigator for five years.  Nashmeel also spent part of her career serving on the City of San Jose’s Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force, working closely with the San Jose Police Department. She is currently working in the private sector as a compliance manager for a biotechnology company in the bay area. 
Nashmeel has served as an associate faculty and lead faculty chair for the College of Criminal Justice and Securities at the University of Phoenix, and has served as a guest lecturer for a variety of criminal justice courses at Ohlone College, Skyline College and Foothill-DeAnza College. 

She was responsible for developing curriculum and teaching the following courses:

  • Ethics In Criminal Justice
  • Cultural Diversity In Criminal Justice
  • Criminology
  • Juvenile Justice Systems And Processes
  • Introduction To Criminal Court Systems
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Law
She has also co-facilitated ad-hoc courses in report writing and laws of arrest at the POST academy for juvenile correction officers and served as a lead facilitator for the Santa Clara County’s Victim Awareness Program.
Nashmeel Sadjadi

Nashmeel Sadjadi