After twenty years as a FBI Special Agent, Jane Turner led efforts to force the FBI to provide protection for child sex crime victims on the North Dakota Indian Reservations. In retaliation for exposing FBI failures within its child crime program, Turner was removed from her position. Her whistleblower case is still pending. Available to speak
Turner also learned that FBI agents had stolen “souvenirs” from the 9/11 terrorist attack crime scene. She was fired after reporting the thefts to the Inspector General A federal jury vindicated her in a historic 2007 verdict in her Title VII discrimination case.
A highly decorated FBI veteran, Jane Turner is available to speak about retaliation and how law enforcement agencies should properly deal with whistleblower complaints.
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