Assistant Special Agent in Charge Ice-Homeland Security Investigations (HSI San Francisco)
Sabrina Kajogbola is the Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in San Francisco, California. In that capacity, she oversees the activities of 27 employees, comprised of special agents and support staff assigned to the San Francisco office. Ms. Kajogbola’s oversees child exploitation, intellectual property rights and asset forfeiture investigations encompassing the full scope of violations within HSI’s purview.
Ms. Kajogbola began her federal career in 1997 with Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a Special Agent, served as a program manager with HSI Headquarters in Washington, DC working for the Director’s Staff from 2006 to 2009 until she was promoted to supervisory special agent. Ms. Kajogbola served as the supervisory special agent for the HSI Atlanta office where she oversaw the financial and asset forfeiture group prior to her promotion to Assistant Special Agent in Charge in San Francisco in 2016.
Ms. Kajogbola holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Florida International University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice from the University of South Carolina.
Once a counterfeiting operation is identified with a confirmed manufacturing or distribution location, one of the next steps your company may wish to pursue is planning a retail or factory raid. However, before you do so, you must address many logistical and legal matters. The ability to coordinate and cooperate on investigations with government agencies is critical, as governments are the primary and most effective resource in the war on counterfeits.
In this session, we will explore:
How to effectively work with various domestic and international government, investigative, and law enforcement agencies to plan a raid, from soup to nuts
Legal documentation that must be filed pre and post-raid
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Sabrina.