Kathy Martinjak, CICA
Kathy Martinjak retired from the Tucson (AZ) Police Department in March 2008 after over 28 years of service. For the last eleven years with the police department she served as a police crime analyst assigned to the Fraud and Elder Abuse Units, where her main function was to support financial and continuing criminal enterprise investigations. She also supported, as needed, a variety of other crimes to include homicide, child abductions, sexual assault, robberies, property crimes and missing persons.
After her retirement, she contracted for four years as a Consumer Fraud Analyst at the Tucson Domicile of the Phoenix Division for the US Postal Inspection Service supporting mail fraud investigations and major conspiracy cases. After moving to Ohio, she again contracted with the USPIS as an Investigative Support Analyst providing analytical support for the Victim/Witness Program for mail fraud cases as well as other crimes.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a Law Enforcement emphasis, is a Certified Fraud Specialist, adjunct professor at Pima Community College in Arizona, Arizona POST (Police Officer Standards and Training) certified specialty instructor, Certified Crime Analyst, certified IALEIA FIAT instructor and past vice-president and president of the Southwest Chapter for International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts.