Celebrating Five Years as a Podcaster and Author!

I can’t believe it’s been five years since I launched my podcast – FBI Retired Case File Review and this website on January 22, 2016. Thank you for listening, reading, and supporting my mission to show the public who the FBI is and what the FBI does. You can read and listen to my media empire origin story here.

Ready to send Little Jerri on an adventure?

I’m retired from the FBI and not working on investigations anymore, and the COVID-19 pandemic has kept me from traveling. So, I created Little Jerri, my version of “Flat Stanley.” Remember him? She’s on standby, ready for deployment. I hope you send little Jerri on virtual assignments and adventures around the world. Email your photos to me at jerriwilliamsauthor@gmail.com. I’ll post your images on Little Jerri’s photo gallery page and social media – #littlejerriFBI. I’ll choose my favorite Little Jerri image on March 31, 2021, and send the winner an FBI challenge coin and podcast swag (see image below). THE CHALLENGE COIN CONTEST IS OVER. But once a month, I’ll continue to choose a podcast swag winner. So keep the images coming. The winner of the March 2021 challenge coin and podcast swag was Mark Van Unen, congrats! I love your “FBI Retired X-File Review” entry.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download the png image of Little Jerri and show me what kind of “good trouble” you can get her into. I’ll start with this photo of Little Jerri taken during her guest star appearance on the CBS TV show, FBI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The winner of the #littlejerriFBI giveaway challenge will receive 1 challenge coin (front and back shown in image), 3 buttons, 4 stickers, and a bookmark. THE CHALLENGE COIN CONTEST IS OVER. Future winners will receive podcast swag only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jerri Williams

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Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, jokes that she writes about the FBI to relive her glory days. After 26 years with the Bureau specializing in major economic fraud and corruption investigations, she calls on her professional encounters with scams and schemers to write police procedurals inspired by true crime FBI cases in her Philadelphia FBI Corruption Squad crime fiction series featuring flawed female FBI agent Kari Wheeler. Jerri’s FBI for Armchair Detectives nonfiction series enables readers to discover who the FBI is and what the FBI does by debunking misconceptions about the FBI in books, TV, and movies. Her books are available as ebooks, paperbacks, and audiobooks wherever books are sold. She’s also the host of FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast with more than 200 episodes available for free subscription on all popular podcast apps.

4 Comments

  1. Clayton BrattMarch 25, 2021

    Dear Jerri (S/A Williams, ret.)
    I have been listening to you podcasts for a short while (3-4 months). I really enjoy hearing these case reviews coming from the agents themselves, that worked? These cases. Some are very disturbing (ie. Polly Klaas, Mike McGowan- falsely accused, Mark Putnam). Just to name a few. This evening I listened to case #151 with S/A Debra LaPrevotte! I could listen to her very very interesting cases her “Forensic science “, Tennessee Body farm. And my new farorite word KLEPTOCRACIES (what a great word). And how we Americans, DOJ, FBI, etc. Don’t just give the money back to the country, but We make sure it goes to the people’s needs. Is Debra Married? Jus’ kids in’, kinda. I. Always wanted to be an FBI Special Agent. After I graduated high school, I joined the Marine Corps 1967. Went to Vietnam, wounded x2. After that I went to collegeBS degree in Criminal justice. Went to work in local PD. I thought the FBI only hires Lawyers & accountants. Also I am only 5’4” tall. And although I can handle myself, years of martial arts ( Jeet Kune Do) Bruce Lee’s scientific street fighting. I wish now I had applied for theFBI. But I had a good and very diverse career. Before I went to college, I worked min ranches, did construction, hauled livestock etc.after being in law enforcement for 6 yrs. joined our local volunteer fire dept., and began my second career in the fire service, rescue. & Earned my EMT-Paramedic license and worked in that field for the next 30 years, winding up my last 7 yrs. as a lead flight Paramedic on at Air Evac life flight services. My career took sharp turn in Feb 2005 when our chopper crashed. I got all broke up. I received many plaques & awardS in my career our base won Base of the year in 2003, in 2004 I was awarded Paramedic of the year for our company, and in 2005 I was paramedic of the year in Oklahoma. Enough of me. Thank you Jerri for doing what your doing. And please forward Debra’s address & phone number to Me. Jus’’ kiddin’ . Thank you and all your fellow agents for their dedication & service.
    Your friend , colleague, fellow American, and big fan for all the good guys.
    Clayton “Bogarts” Bratt
    9104 N. Shiloh Rd.
    Hulbert, OK. 74441
    1 (918) 207-5437

    Reply
    1. Jerri WilliamsMarch 25, 2021

      Clayton – Thank you for listening! You have no idea how much it means to me that you took the time to let me know you’re enjoying the case reviews. You’ve had an extraordinary career full of accomplishments. I’m pleased to have this chance to get to know you. I will pass your kind words along to Debra. Take care. Stay safe! ——- Jerri

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  2. BirFebruary 25, 2021

    Hi ! I am happy you have a podcast on retired cases. I am very engaged with the episode s some I am familiar with , I watched on FBI files on Tubi (a movie app). I appreciate and respect the diligence the FBI do for society. Thanks
    Regards
    Bir

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    1. Jerri WilliamsFebruary 25, 2021

      Thanks for listening!

      Reply

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