Feb 13, 2016
Retired agent Judy Tyler served 31 years as an agent with the FBI. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Judy talks about being one of the first women to join the Norfolk, Virginia police department and the dangerous drug world she navigated for most of her FBI career. Post retirement, she continues to share her experience and expertise by training current agents to develop informants as part of a specialized FBI in-service program. We discussed the importance of working well with confidential sources and cooperating witnesses and how crucial this skill set is to the success of the Bureau.
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