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Minnesota State University (Physical Education)
Amy Sue M. started her law enforcement career in 1998 as a Police Officer for the Atlanta Police Department. She began her career policing Southwest Atlanta, also known as Zone 4. She was the only woman on her watch but it didn't take long for her to earn the respect of the men she worked with. As a matter of fact, it just took that punch in the nose. She made a reputation for being a tough cop who worked hard.
In 2002, Amy moved from the Atlanta Police Department to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). As a Special Agent with ATF, Amy has worked many different types of cases in the nine years since she was hired. Amy has worked in Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, FL; San Bernardino, CA and Glendale, CA. Amy has worn many different hats in her career as well. She has taught new Agents at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, been the Victim/Witness Coordinator and Senior Operations Officer in both Atlanta and Los Angeles, been specially chosen to work on two multi-agency Violent Crime Impact Teams (Miami & San Bernardino) and worked on the David Wilhelm Strike Force/Organized Crime & Drug Enforcement Task Force.
In the middle of her Federal career, Amy was sidelined for months with health issues. Unsure of her future in Federal service, Amy begin looking for other possible career choices. She stumbled across the University of California, Los Angeles' Online Professional Screenwriting Program. With renewed passion for life and the new found love of screenwriting, Amy took the opportunity to transfer to the Los Angeles Field Division with ATF to chase her Hollywood Dream. In 2012, after over 10 years with the ATF, Amy retired on disability.
In 2012, Amy had two stories published in a critically acclaimed book.
Naturally, as a storyteller, her methods of tutoring are providing more of story around memorization and making the learning more fun.
Amy Sue M. started her law enforcement career in 1998 as a Police Officer for the Atlanta Police Department. She began her career policing Southwest Atlanta, also known as Zone 4. She was the only woman on her watch but it didn't take long for her to earn the respect of the men she worked with. As
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