I worked with the Roanoke County Police Department for 22 years, where I achieved the rank of sergeant. During my time with this department, I worked as a field training officer, hostage / crisis negotiator, evidence technician, instructor, detective, and task force investigator. I was fortunate to be selected to attend training as a polygraph examiner. This training led to my passion with learning a variety of skills in detecting deception, questioning a variety of subjects ranging from high-risk victims and suspects to uncooperative witnesses. Once leaving the police department, my career led me to health care investigations. After four years with this department, my years of investigative skills brought me to the Virginia Office of Attorney General. During the past two years I have focused on abuse and fraud to a larger scale working with various state and federal agencies.
During my four years with this department, I continued learning skills to help me interview various subjects. For the past two years, I have worked as an investigator with the Virginia Office of Attorney General where I focus my investigations to abuse and fraud.