Monday, June 26, 2006

JSI Telecom for Mexican Mafia

Christopher Brandon is a Detective in the Major Crimes Bureau Career Offender Section for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, currently assigned to a multi-jurisdictional Mexican Mafia task force. This task force consists of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Los Angeles Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the California Department of Corrections Special Services Unit. Detective Brandon has worked on Investigations and prosecuting prison gang members under the Federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act, surveillance, cultivating informants, and testifying as an expert witness in state and federal court. Detective Brandon worked on the Operation Hard Candy Wire Tap Surveillance task force which targeted the Mexican Mafia and its affiliates. He was the wire room manager which involved supervising wire room monitors, examining and categorizing pertinent calls, disseminating information, and Cataloging and booking evidentiary tapes. Additionally, also examined and approved wire room logs, recorded tapes and pertinent information completed by the wire room monitors. As a wire room montior, operated twin monitoring stations equipped with Tascam cassette recorders and Mytel and JSI Telecom dial numbered recorders, monitored tapped phone lines for pertinent information, kept written wire log of worked performed, logged and prepared completed tapes, and wrote reports on captured criminal intelligence. Detective Brandon has also prepared cases for prosecution which included Interviewing victims and suspects directly related to the case, initiating and preparing search warrants for service, cataloging and booking of pertinent evidence, follow up investigations on crimes related to the case, and identifying, interviewing and cataloging witnesses. Additional experience in preparing biological information files on all suspects for case presentation and investigative and intelligence support for the District Attorney’s Office.

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