Correction Officer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 19, 2016
Informative work place, always busy, providing security for the Department of Corrections, counseling youth and young adults who have been in trouble with the law. Some days were good and some were not, the hardest part of the job, on lock days or short of staff, those were the busiest days, overhaul I enjoyed working with the youth and seeing them progress and overcome their troubles.
JPSO (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 21, 2015
Program Mangers don't care about their employees. Your work outside in the elements in below freezing temperatures sometimes for 12 hours straight with no break. Inspectors a sneaky and underhanded. will try to get you fired.
Romanian Contract Linguist (Current Employee) – FBI, New Haven, CT – October 30, 2015
Excellent place to work: Top Secret clearance necessary. I provided translation and interpretation services as well as cultural expertise for various cases to the FBI. Also, I prepared translated material for trials, helped interview suspects and reviewed official documents for the Romanian government.
Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – September 26, 2014
I did not understand that as a contract employee, my employer would change it type they went to bid for a new contract. The company that won the contract was your new employer and could decide to keep you or let you go. Your 401K, sick/vacation time changed each time also.
I wore a pager and worked 2nd shift. I might be required to come in early or go assist a different office.
I learned a lot and when I felt I had learned all I could, I left. There was no room for advancement.
Special Agent (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 20, 2015
The mission is just and worthy. Idenfying major drug traffickers domestic and foriegn. Enforcing Federal Drug Laws in the US and 82 coutries abroad. Very challenging work. Keeping the American public safe is priority one.
It was a very stressful place, but we worked as a team.
US Marshal Service - Law Enforcement Officer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 5, 2015
I enjoyed working in Law Enforcement. We worked about ten hours a day or more. It was nice working at the Federal Court / DC Superior Court in Washington DC. We had a great team and was very caring for each person.
Information Systems Security Officer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 19, 2013
Work day can be very interesting at times, you just never know what can be in stored. Learned so much about working with people from all different walks of life. Management is the achilles tendon in the Criminal Division. The hardest part of the job was not being acknowledge or receiving the credit due for ones hard work. I think the part of loved the most was getting to know all my co-workers.
great health insurance, life insurance and 401k program.
the commute became very tedious after moving to our new home.
The Department of Justice takes care of a multiplicity of matters or issues.
Criminal Prosecutor-Assistant State Attorney III (Current Employee) – San Juan, PR – June 3, 2012
It's a great professional challenge for me to work in the Puerto Rico Department of Justice, since it deals with many matters, such as: Criminal matters in order to seek justice and assist the court to find the truth. The public prosecutor represents and protects the “public interest” on behalf of the state against criminal offenders. The best interest of the minor children and mentally disable persons is represented by the Special Proseuctor of Family Affairs. The Juvenile Prosecutor represent the state against juvenile offenders. Also has the Victims Compensation Office, INTERPOL, Antitrust Office and the Special Bureau of Investigations. Certainty to real estate business is given thru the Public Register of the Department of Justice. Gives legal representation in civil cases to the State, the Government Agencies and Government Employees. It is also an honor for me to be part of the Puerto Rico Department of Justice.