Sandra J. Rackleff
Sandra holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Sociology and Masters of Science in Administration of Justice. She served 12 years as a Probation Officer and Supervisor, District of Columbia Superior Court, before receiving an appointment as Special Agent with the FBI. Sandra was assigned to criminal investigations throughout middle Georgia before serving as Relief Supervisor for Drug Investigations. She qualified for the Regional SWAT team and assigned to special undercover operations.
Sandra accepted a position with the Office of Labor Racketeering, U.S. Dept of Labor, supervising investigations of ethics, fraud and labor racketeering in 8 states and was promoted to Assistant Regional Inspector General with offices in Atlanta, Jacksonville and Hollywood, FL. Following her retirement from the government, she served as President of the Atlanta Chapter of the Society of Former FBI Agents and joined the Federal Polygraph Associates, LL as Director, Investigations Specialist. She is skilled in several investigative techniques and conducts computer searches for attorneys in a wide variety of judicial criminal matters and civil litigation. She currently serves as Chief Investigator for the Juducual Qualification Commision for the State of Georgia.
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