Tanja Titre is a deputy attorney general with the Special Prosecution Section in the Office of the California Attorney General. She is currently assigned to investigate and prosecute officer-involved shootings of unarmed civilians, human trafficking, political corruption and white collar crimes. Ms. Titre has previously been assigned to the Department of Medical Care Fraud and Elder Abuse where she handled serious elder abuse and complex provider fraud cases. Prior to joining the Office of the Attorney General, Ms. Titre was a deputy district attorney at the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office where she handled gang and homicide cases. Ms. Titre’s first homicide jury trial was a 12-year-old gang-related robbery-series-felony-murder case. Assigned to the Gang Unit, Ms. Titre handled serious and violent gang crimes, such as murders and attempted murders, home invasions, drive-by shootings, assaults with firearms and gang beatings and stabbings from charging to jury trial to appeal. Ms. Titre represented the People in gang-related matters on appeal and argued cases before the Appellate Division and the California Court of Appeals. Before becoming a prosecutor ten years ago, Ms. Titre served as a federal agent with the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) in Germany. As a federal agent, Ms. Titre investigated international organized crimes, including drug crimes and human trafficking, managed international police projects and was assigned to work at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.