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PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Prior law enforcement, investigative, and analytical experience with the knowled ge and skills needed

to identify and arrest individuals suspected of criminal co nduct. Employment background primarily focuses on computer-facilitated crimes an d the unique methods associated with handling confidential information, analyzin g technical data, investigating, and obtaining evidence to apprehend suspects. WORK EXPERIENCE National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Analyst, Exploited Children Division 7/2009- 10/2010 Conducted background research on Cybertipline leads, using both internal and ex ternal sources of information, in an effort to assist law enforcement in active investigations. Reviewed and processed approximately 300 leads weekly and prioritized them acco rding to the severity of the reported incident. Provided technical and informational assistance to international, federal, stat e, and local law enforcement agencies investigating cases of child sexual exploi tation. Maintained a database of historical and active investigations relative to child sexual exploitation. Determined methods, techniques, plans, parameters, and ap proaches to be used in conducting searches utilizing available databases. Familiarized with macro and micro type databases, E-mail, and Microsoft Suite. Specialized knowledge of Internet search engines, chat programs, Usenet Newsgro ups, DNS Lookups, WHOIS, Trace Routes and other similar applications. Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General Special Agent, Child Predator Unit 3/2008-3/20009 Worked as the lead case agent in numerous undercover investigations. Determine d the applicable surveillance methods for detecting and monitoring targets of un dercover operations. Developed probable cause affidavits and criminal complaints under the direction of the Deputy Attorney General. Determined methods, techniques, and approaches to be used in investigations uti lizing public and law enforcement sensitive databases. Developed working relationships with both, local and state law enforcement agen cies to assist in the apprehension of suspects. Responded and investigated tips reported by the public and dealt directly with the victims and their families regarding sensitive matters. Obtained knowledge of the technical and legal procedures needed to identify, lo cate, and arrest an individual suspected of crimes. Interacted with judges in multiple jurisdictions for the purpose of obtaining c ourt orders, search warrants, and arrest warrants. Attended court hearings to provide official testimony, prepared detailed incide nt reports; retrieved and updated computerized records; and maintained sensitive , confidential case files. Evaluated computer forensic reports of hard drives seized from a suspect. Process inmates, perform cell and inmate searches, and transport inmates. Burnham Law Group, LLC. Legal Assistant, Voorhees, New Jersey 8/2007-3/2008 Greeted clients, answered phone calls, and maintained electronic information fl ow for small law office practicing various areas of the law. Prepared documents for legal proceedings involving personal Injury protection c ases. Gathered medical information from various health providers with compliance to H IPAA rules and procedures.

Maintained confidential case files and briefed the attorney on case development . City of Philadelphia, Register of Wills Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Probate Clerk 7/2003 - 8/2007 Reviewed and authenticated the Last Will and Testaments of deceased Philadelphi a County residents. Appointed the appropriate individual to represent the decedent in legal and fin ancial matters upon their death. Maintained paper and electronic case files and responded to public inquiries re garding probate procedures. Verified certified documents presented for probate matters. EDUCATION New Agent Academy 7/2008 Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania M.A. in Criminal Justice In progress Rutgers University; Camden, New Jersey B.S. in Criminal Justice (3.2 GPA) 12/ 2007 The College of New Jersey; Ewing, New Jersey PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Undergraduate and graduate degree coursework focusing on methodical research an d data analysis of criminal justice related topics. Child Sexual Exploitation Investigations Certification, Office Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Computer Forensics for Law Enforcement, Child Exploitation & Obscenity Section, Department of Justice Knowledge of criminal justice and social service systems including knowledge of police procedures and methodology. Interrogation techniques pertaining to suspect and victim statements. Ability to manage, prioritize and complete numerous tasks in a fast-paced work environment under tight deadline restrictions. Extensive training in data collection using the Internet and a variety of other unique sources. Strong verbal and writing skills that includes detailed incident reports needed in law enforcement. Working knowledge of statistical analysis software, namely SPSS software. Knowledge, understanding, and ability in the operation of NCIC and other law en forcement sensitive database systems. Qualified in use of firearms. Participated in numerous simulation raids with highly trained professionals (Fo rt Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania). Played collegiate level soccer for a top-ranked school.