Closing Speaker (Day 1)

TN CART - Margie Quin

 Child Abduction Response Teams: The Value of Preparation

 

Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) Margie Quin has been with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) for 14 years.  She was promoted in April of 2007 to Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Criminal Intelligence Unit.  ASAC Quin currently oversees programs in the following areas: Tennessee statewide AMBER Alerts, Missing Children’s Clearinghouse, Human Sex Trafficking and statewide Gang Intelligence Unit.  ASAC Quin has also worked in the Middle Tennessee Drug Division and the Technical Services Unit of TBI.

ASAC Quin was named the 2000 TBI Agent of the Year for the TBI Drug Investigation Division and received the 1999 and 2001 FBI Recognition Award for Outstanding Contributions in Drug Enforcement.  ASAC Quin was recognized by the Department of Justice as the 2009 AMBER Alert Coordinator of the Year.

ASAC Quin began her career in law enforcement as a police officer with the Cobb County Police Department in Marietta, GA from 1992-1997.  While with Cobb County she received the 1994 and 1997 Cobb County Police Department Bureau Commendations for performance above and beyond the line of duty.

ASAC Quin received her B.S. in Criminology with Minors in Communication and Religion from Auburn University.  ASAC Quin graduated from the 241st Session of the FBI National Academy in June 2010.