Angie M. Holt
Mrs. Holt is director of the Office of Professional Standards at the Georgia Department of Public Safety. Her distinguished law enforcement career spans more than 30 years with professional contributions to five Georgia criminal justice agencies including the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), Georgia State Patrol, the Department of Family and Children’s Services, as a consultant for the State Board of Pardons and Paroles and for Georgia’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. Holt’s GBI assignments as Special Agent included investigating public corruption crimes with a Special Prosecutions Task Force. As GBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge she developed law enforcement training protocols for officers assigned to the 1996 Olympic Games. Holt is currently president of the Georgia Internal Affairs Investigators Association and sits on the board of trustees for the International Association of Women Police. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and master’s degree in Public Administration from Georgia Southern University. Holt and her husband, Charles, have one child and reside in Warner Robins.