The Investigations Unit (IU) investigates allegations of misconduct involving violations of District or federal criminal law, civil statutes, regulations, and employee standards of conduct.
Kathryn Jones, Assistant Inspector General for Investigations
Ms. Jones began her career in law enforcement as a U.S. Secret Service Special Agent in the Washington Field Office, assigned to the Vice Presidential Protective Division. She then served as a Senior Fraud Investigator with the D.C. Department of Insurance and Securities Regulation, where she investigated violations of securities laws and banking laws by District-regulated banks. Ms. Jones spent the rest of her government career in the U.S. Department of Transportation OIG as a Special Agent-in-Charge in the D.C. Regional Field Office, and as the Director of Strategic Programs and Training in Headquarters. Since retiring from DOT OIG, Ms. Jones has served as a Security Representative Consultant for the Washington Mystics and the Washington Wizards, worked with TSAItn as an Armed Security Officer, and acted as a Subject Matter Expert for Tyler Technologies. Ms. Jones received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland and her Master’s degree from Central Michigan University.