Ms. Jumorrow-Terra Johnson, MS
Ms. Jumorrow-Terra Johnson is our department's newly appointed Victim Advocate. She is a Certified Victim Practitioner for the State of Florida with a Bachelors’ Degree in Sociology and a Masters’ Degree in Criminal Justice. She brings with her to FAU over 20 years of experience in the Criminal Justice arena.
Prior to joining FAU, Jumorrow served as the only Victim Advocate for the Plantation Police Department where she assisted victims of any and all crimes with court issues/proceedings, referring victims to appropriate services, assisting victims with the filing of restraining orders, accompanying victims to court hearings when needed, collaborating and networking with community based organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations to assure the victim’s needs were being met. Jumorrow was also assigned any and all Missing Persons Investigations where the circumstances were not exigent in nature and/or life threatening.
Jumorrow’s level of expertise include assisting and working with victims of Sexual Battery/Assault, Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking, Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. Jumorrow is certified in “The Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing.”
Currently, Jumorrow is an Executive Board Member of the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition where she services as Vice President of Education and Outreach. She serves on the Advisory Board for Nova Southeastern University’s CREATE (Coalition for Research and Education Against Trafficking and Exploitation) Program and has conducted several training webinars regarding Human Trafficking for Nova University’s CREATE Program. Jumorrow is a vetted public speaker/trainer and is considered an expert in the area of Human Trafficking and Crimes Against Women.
For the past three years Jumorrow has collaborated with Global Ties Miami and the State Department to facilitate meetings and conversations between local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and foreign delegates with the purpose to explore transnational crimes. Jumorrow has organized, hosted and facilitated meetings between State/Federal (FBI & ICE) and delegates from the countries of Portugal, Poland, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Tunisia. Jumorrow is also the proud mother of one son.
We welcome her to the University Police Department. Her office is located in the S.E. Wimberly Library (LY-3). Her office number is (561) 297-0247 or for 24 hour access you can call (561) 297-0500. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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