TIFFANY WILFONG IS THE NEW
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF INVESTIGATIONS
AT CSI CORPORATE SECURITY
& INVESTIGATIONS, LLC
Tiffany Wilfong has been promoted from Director of Investigations to Executive Director of Investigations. CSI has re-engineered its business process by structuring the Surveillance unit under Investigations to achieve dramatic improvement in growth and business performance. “We are excited to have Tiffany as part of our Executive team,” David Azur, COO of CSI, said. “CSI’s growth is contingent on utilizing talented investigators with superior management skills. Tiffany meets and exceeds both criteria.”
Prior to starting with the company in 2011, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Westminster College. While working at CSI, Tiffany continued her education and obtained a Master of Science degree in Legal Studies and Criminal Justice in 2015. In May 2019, Tiffany earned a Doctor of Criminal Justice degree from California University of Pennsylvania. Coursework during the Doctoral program focused on topics such as: investigations; policing; corrections; forensic science; criminal and civil law; juvenile justice; and management in the criminal justice field.
During her Doctoral program, Tiffany’s research focused on school shootings to determine if commonalities led to predictability. Further research during her education focused on human trafficking.
In 2018 Tiffany became an Adjunct Professor at the University of Pittsburgh and continues to instruct classroom and online courses related to Criminal Justice.
At CSI Tiffany oversees and directs a team of investigators that include retired Pennsylvania State Troopers and former law enforcement. In addition to managing the investigatory staff, Tiffany has conducted hundreds of investigations pertaining to criminal, civil, and professional matters. Her judicial experience encompasses testifying in criminal, civil, and family courts.
Tiffany shared the benefits of the reorganization: “By overseeing both the Investigation and Surveillance departments I will be able to utilize CSI’s talented investigators to assist and support each unit as we continue to grow.”