Angele Boudreaux Rejoins SEARCH as Laboratory Assistant

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Angele Boudreaux
Ms. Angele Boudreaux has joined SEARCH's High-Tech Crime Training Services Division as a part-time Laboratory Assistant, effective October 6, 2009. Ms. Boudreaux is a former SEARCH employee, having worked here as a User Support Specialist from 1999-2006.

Her new duties include hardware and software maintenance on all computer equipment in the National Criminal Justice Computer Laboratory and Training Center in Sacramento, as well as the mobile labs used for offsite training. She will also be responsible for compiling and distributing training materials for the high-tech crime classes taught by SEARCH.

"Angele returning to SEARCH to fill the new position of Laboratory Assistant is exciting," said Rich Harris, Director of High-Tech Crime Training Services. "The skill and experience Angele brings to the training department is significant and she will play an important role in helping us fulfill our new grant deliverables. The entire training staff is looking forward to working with Angele and to the talent and support she will lend to our program."

After leaving SEARCH in 2006, Ms. Boudreaux worked as an office manager for California-based HumaNature Studios Inc., where she assisted in the development of a Nintendo video game. In her previous role of User Support Specialist at SEARCH, she provided IT support to staff; performed network and server maintenance; and remained abreast on new hardware and software solutions.

Ms. Boudreaux is proficient in Microsoft applications, Windows XP, NT Workstation and HTML. She attended the University of California, Davis, where she majored in Engineering.