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Mohammed Mohammed Najar
California Department of Insurance
From November 2012
Duties Performed: Conduct felony criminal investigations of insurance fraud and related penal statutes, both State and Federal. Investigators make arrests, interrogate suspects, interview witnesses, work with informants, prepare
comprehensive written reports and utilize sophisticated surveillance and electronic evidence gathering equipment.
Investigators are expected to work undercover and testify as expert witnesses for prosecutors in State and Federal
From July 2012
Duties Performed: Analyze information about legal, financial, and personal matters. Offer many services, including
verifying people's backgrounds, tracing missing persons, investigating computer crimes, and protecting celebrities.
Perform undercover operations such as evaluating the performance and honesty of employees by posing as customers or employees. Interview persons to obtain evidence for cases of divorce, child custody, or missing
persons, or information about individuals' character or financial status. Search computer databases, credit reports,
public records, tax and legal filings, and other resources in order to locate persons or to compile information for investigations. Write reports and case summaries to document investigations.
University of Phoenix
From June 2012
Duties Performed: Providing a quality learning experience for the University of Phoenix, School of Criminal Justice and Security students on a semester basis. Adjunct faculty report to the director and perform instruction-related
duties and responsibilities in a timely manner and in accordance with the mission, policies and procedures of the college. The relationship of the adjunct faculty member to the student is one of teacher and facilitator of learning.
Director of Investigations
Pechanga Gaming Commission
July 2012 - October 2012
Duties Performed: Managed a team of investigators to conduct investigations as assigned by the Commission.
Duties included directing investigations, budget, and training of investigators within the unit.
Justice, Special Agent Supervisor
April 2010 - February 2012
Duties Performed: Assigned as Task Force Commander of Inland Crackdown Allied Task Force (INCA). Supervise
task force members from 10 agencies, including local, state, and federal in major narcotic investigation. Tasked with organizing complex and/or sensitive investigations involving gangs, violent crime and related narcotic activity and assuring investigations are conducted in accordance with applicable laws, rules and policies of the Division of
Law Enforcement. The investigations are conducted via nontraditional strategies to include wiretap investigation,
electronic surveillance, confidential informants and undercover operatives. Provides high-level technical advice and training to local law enforcement. Collateral duties included dignitary protection of the California Attorney General,
Range Master, and Field Training Officer.
Justice, Special Agent
August 2005 - April 2010
Duties Performed: Investigated illegal drug activity, complex money laundering operations and worked undercover to infiltrate underground criminal organizations. Assigned to the Gang Suppression and Enforcement Team where
we were tasked with the suppression of violent gangs through traditional/nontraditional law enforcement strategies.
Temporary assignment to Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP) - led teams of local, state, and federal
officers to locate and destroy marijuana gardens in remote sites throughout CA. Responsible for finding and dismantling clandestine drug labs that manufacture methamphetamine as well as other illegal substances. During
assignment to Bureau of Firearms, investigated persons who are prohibited from possessing firearms as a result of
their felony/misdemeanor convictions, mental health status, and/or issuance of a restraining/protective order. The
California Armed Prohibited Persons Program is the primary focus of the enforcement section and is responsible for disarming, apprehending, and ensuring prosecution. Assigned to the Bureau of Gambling Control and investigated
suspected violations of gambling laws; conducted extensive background investigations on individuals applying for state gambling licenses; planned and coordinated multi-agency investigations; inspected premises where gambling
equipment is manufactured, distributed or sold; and was responsible for monitoring the conduct of individuals
involved in gambling operations to ensure that gambling sites are conducted honestly and free of criminal and corruptive elements.
Riverside County Sheriff
January 1997 - August 2005
Duties Performed: While assigned to the Correction Bureau, my duties included Custody Floor Operations,
Emergency Response, and Classification. While assigned to Field Operations Bureau, my duties included general
investigation of narcotics, crimes against people, crime against property, and gang suppression and enforcement.
While assigned to the Special Investigations Bureau, my duties included street-level to middle-level narcotics and vice investigations. Assigned to the Riverside County Emergency Services Team as a Hostage Negotiator.
United States Marine Corps, Platoon Seargeant
December 1992 - November 1996
December 1992 - November 1996
Managed 11 marines to include training, morale and welfare. As a Supply Clerk my duties included procurement,
tracking, receiving and budgeting. Also worked as Information Systems Coordinator. Held various positions in technical field and technical sales as well as digital engineering jobs and assistant mechanic.
Held various positions in technical field and technical sales as well as digital engineering jobs, and assistant
Qualifications & Certifications
West Point Leadership Academy
University of Redlands
University of Phoenix
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