Federal Bureau of Investigation
Anne Darr received her Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois State University and two Master of Arts degrees in Forensic Psychology and Counseling from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. She received her National Counseling Certification in January 2008. Prior to her employment with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), she was a mobile crisis counselor for Prince George’s County Police in Maryland, responding to domestic violence/sexual assaults, homicides, and would conduct mental health assessments, death notifications, and child/elder abuse assessments. She also worked as an outpatient sex offender therapist for the Augustus Institute in Alexandria, Virginia conducting assessments and individual/group therapy for both pre/post trial patients.
In May 2008, her first office assignment in the FBI was in Anchorage, Alaska, where she covered the entire state as a Victim Specialist, serving victims of federal crime, including but not limited to: violent crime (bank robberies, child abuse on a military base, sexual assaults on cruise ships, kidnappings, abductions, police assist cases, etc); domestic terrorism; civil rights violations (hate crime, human trafficking-specifically domestic sex trafficking); white collar crime (identity theft, mortgage fraud, health care fraud); and cyber crime (computer intrusion and internet fraud), etc. She transferred to the Denver Division in September 2010 as a Victim Specialist and is currently based in Denver (covering Denver-Metro and Ft. Collins). She also is a member of the Innocence Lost Task Force which works to combat domestic sex trafficking. In 2009, she was nominated for the state of Alaska’s Federal Employee of the Year (Civilian Category III). In addition, she was one of eleven team members, who were awarded the Director’s Award from the United States Attorney’s Office for Best Performance by a Litigative Team, which was presented by Attorney General Eric Holder in December 2010.