Senior Special Agent (Criminal Investigator), 11/1996 to 11/2018 DEFENSE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE – Houston, TX
Independently led, organized, planned, and conducted complex investigations and projects to deter fraud, waste, and abuse against the U.
Department of Defense, military personnel, and assets.
Investigations included false statements, false claims, white-collar financial fraud, major contract-fraud, health care fraud, procurement fraud, and misappropriation of Government property and funds.
Conducted intensive case research, detailed interviews, and in-depth document reviews.
Liaised, interacted, and attended meetings with local, state and federal agencies in pursuit of mutual interests.
Compiled, prepared, and drafted comprehensive written reports for presentation to prosecutors.
Investigative efforts resulted in numerous monetary recoveries of funds to the Government.
Selected as a trainer for the "On the Job Training" program.
Recipient of positive performance ratings and awards as both an investigator and as a relief manager in the office.
Officially appointed and promoted to serve as the interim acting manager in the office (twice).
Online Instructor/Facilitator (Remote/Virtual), 06/2005 to 06/2014 UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX, UOPX – Tempe, AZ
Facilitated, instructed, and directed undergraduate/graduate online asynchronous courses in a remote and virtual setting in criminal justice via the University Online Learning Management System utilizing best practices and the university curriculum.
Developed, formulated, prepared, and designed syllabi, instructor's policies, rubrics, and used the university approved e-textbooks, in distance courses in compliance and accordance with policy.
Quickly established rapport in the classroom by greeting each student individually with a warm welcoming note.
Demonstrated, modeled, and promoted a tone that was positive, professional, and attentive.
Initiated, led, and generated hearty classroom discussions to provoke and inspire creative and insightful thinking.
Created a student-centered learning environment respectful and sensitive to diverse views, opinions, and ideas.
Introduced and referred students to the university tools and resources to assist in navigating in distance courses.
Focused on student-centered outreach initiatives to assist in counseling and advising students.
Assisted students in becoming more knowledgeable in completing APA formatted assignments.
Prepared, graded, maintained and retained accurate and confidential records.
Documented and delivered a quality, comprehensive, and meaningful evaluation of student's performance.
Actively listened and reacted promptly to address, resolve, and follow-up on students' questions regarding instructional and/or classroom concerns via electronic communications through telephone calls and emails.
Promptly responded to any and all university communications within 24 hours.
Monitored classroom discussion groups for netiquette and applied strategies to settle any conflict resolution issues.
Fully complied with the university policies regarding accommodations for the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act policy.
Adhered to the university faculty and student handbooks, regulations, and policy.
Conferred, cooperated, and collaborated with university personnel when appropriate to quickly de-escalated any foreseeable issues.
Posted announcements, feedback, and final grades within timelines and deadlines and the university regulations.
AJS/501 - Introduction to Graduate Study in Criminal Justice and Security
CJA/301 - Foundations of Criminal Justice
CJA/313 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice, Enhanced academic development and success by coaching and tutoring students (new to online/distance learning).
Earned favorable performance reviews for courses facilitated during nine (9) year tenure.
Criminal Investigator, 06/1989 to 11/1996 NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE – Great Lakes, IL
Planned, organized, and conducted in-depth complex criminal investigations and operations involving
Department of Navy personnel, resources and/or assets and violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice,
and Federal statutes.
Prepared comprehensive, in-depth, written reports that served as a basis for civilian and military judicial and non-judicial proceedings.
Delivered oral presentations on crime prevention awareness and reporting requirements.
Received recognition and awards for successful investigations and operations
Earned positive performance ratings.
Associate's: Project ManagementThe George Washington University, School of Business - Arlington, VA
Master of Arts: Criminal JusticeUniversity of Louisiana - Monroe, LA
Bachelor of Arts: CorrectionsUniversity of Louisiana - Monroe, LA Monica T. Moses' CV
Highly qualified and skilled professional with a myriad of education, training, teaching, and experience in the field of criminal justice. A conscientious, energetic, self-driven professional with effective communication, collaboration, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, mentoring, time management, and leadership skills. Comfortable collaborating in a group setting as a diligent participant, a positive coach, and as a leader with sound decision-making capabilities. A proficient user of computer applications.
Communication (Verbal/Written) Learning Management System (LMS) Experience
Critical Thinking Training/Mentoring Experience
Adaptability Online Instruction Experience
Classroom Management Post-Secondary Teaching and Education