Rodney W. Jacobs, Jr. JD
Rodney W. Jacobs, Jr. was born in Philadelphia, PA and raised as a son of an Army father throughout the United States. He currently serves as the Assistant Director for the City of Miami Civilian Investigative Panel (CIP). Some of his responsibilities include overseeing investigations and community relations/policing initiatives. Mr. Jacobs is also a military intelligence lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve, where he works as the officer in charge at the 436 civil affairs battalion in Sanford, Florida. Within this capacity Mr. Jacobs obtained a top-secret security clearance, which allows him to gather intelligence to assist the battalion in accomplishing their mission. He received his BA from Hiram College (OH), and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University Of Dayton School Of Law. Additionally, Mr. Jacobs is a student at the University of Miami pursuing a Master’s in Public Administration and Public Health.
Mr. Jacobs has worked for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where he assisted in litigating class action discrimination cases against Chipotle, Bloomberg and Bank of America. Further, he has worked for New York State Attorney General’s office, the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General, and served as judicial intern for the Honorable Walter H. Rice on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.