Jacqueline Manning is a licensed private investigator and the Managing Director of Investigations for Integrated Security’s Hartford, Connecticut office. Her experience includes; insurance fraud investigation, medical malpractice, corporate malfeasance, civil litigation, Title IX, Civil rights and First Amendment and immigration deportation due diligence and individual background investigations.
Ms. Manning began her career as an Investigative Journalist, exposing political corruption, municipal scandals and related public scandals. She has authored hundreds of news and feature articles for the Southington Observer and The Bristol Press. She is also an experienced photojournalist with hundreds of photo credits with her byline.
As the former chief investigator at a Connecticut based criminal investigation agency, Ms. Manning has conducted numerous homicide investigations and petitions for writs of habeas corpus. Two cases Ms. Manning was assigned to prompted investigations by the State Attorney General’s Office. Additionally, her investigative skills have contributed to overturning the sexual assault conviction of a 21 year-old man and discoveries of new evidence in several pending petitions.
“An effective manager and leader must have a good heart. This may sound emotional, but the heart brings about the feeling a leader needs in order to empathize with staff and clients.” Jacqueline Manning
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