Public Is Invited for a Special Presentation by an FBI Special Agent
On Thursday, March 30, representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), U.S. Secret Service, Customs and Border Protection, Homeland Security Investigations, the Transportation Security Administration, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Border Patrol, the U.S. Marshall Service, a private detective agency, and a graduate school enrollment counselor from Pacific Coast University School of Law will be meeting with students at the Criminal Justice Career Fair. Parked next to the Commons will be the DEA’s mobile command unit, which will be open for tours.
There will be a presentation in the Oceanview Campus’ Commons from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., during which the community is invited to hear what it’s like to work for the FBI. Special Agent (SA) Frederick J. Simon will speak of his experiences. SA Simon has been with the FBI for more than 18 years. During his tenure with the bureau, he has been assigned to several different squads, where he worked on cases involving international and domestic terrorism, espionage, and a variety of violent crimes. SA Simon has also served as an interrogator at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base and an evidence technician for the FBI’s Evidence Response Team, and has traveled overseas to represent the bureau. He is currently the coordinator of the Los Angeles Region’s InfraGard Program.