Jean Kanokogi is a Special Agent with the General Services Administration, Office of Inspector General and has been detailed as an Instructor to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center's Behavioral Science Division.
Her investigative responsibilities included a myriad of crimes varying from white collar fraud to street level crimes. During her tenure at the GSA/OIG, she was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force after the September 11, 2001 attacks where her duties included participation in the rescue recovery efforts at the World Trade Center. Prior to working with GSA/OIG, she was a US Customs Inspector and predominately worked on narcotic interdiction cases.
As collateral duties for GSA/OIG, Jean ran the Defensive Tactics and Use of Force programs. She holds a fourth degree black belt in Judo and is a former member of the US Judo Team. Jean obtained her B.A. and M.S. in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, N.Y., and is currently in pursuit of her PhD in Psychology.
She can be reached at Jean.Kanokogi@GSAIG.gov.
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