Our Private Investigation Supervisor, Major Angelica Brooks, has gone through extensive training and experiences in Private Investigation. She has also had a lengthy career in Criminal Justice performing jobs to include: Crime Scene Investigation, Forensic Pathology, Child Protective Investigation, Court Magistrate, Institutional Prison Rape Elimination Act Supervision, to Criminal Justice Instruction, and the Executive Director/Founder of the Silent Voices Project, Angelica has made a significant impact within her community through her services and advocacy. Angelica serves as the Board Vice Chair of the Joseph and Vera Douglas Family Foundation and also as the Alabama Representative for Human Rights Education USA. The experience that Angelica has received within the realm of Criminal Justice has allowed for become a voice to the voiceless through public speaking engagements, the investigation of cold cases/human trafficking and missing persons cases along with victim advocacy, and development of legislative changes within the State of Alabama. Angelica is also heavily involved within the Jamaican and Nigerian government where she gives lectures and seminars to the citizens and government employees within the realm of Criminal Justice on Leadership, Executive Management, and Criminal Justice Reform.