Tiffany Griffin

Tiffany Griffin

Assistant Chief Trial Division

Tiffany Griffin is a native of Atlanta, GA, specifically Fulton County, her heart and soul is for the citizens and county she currently serves. Tiffany Griffin is a Law Enforcement Officer with 20 years of experience. Griffin attended Saint Leo University where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology with a specialization in Criminalistics. Her journey in law enforcement started at the City of Atlanta Detention Center where her desire to help people was formed. This path continued with her becoming a mandated police officer for the State of Georgia under the direction of the East Point Police Department. At that time, she became a certified field training officer, and the quest for finding the truth began. Griffin has worked felony, misdemeanor, and traffic offenses. She received specialized training for Domestic violence cases, mental health, and Investigations.

With a desire to expand her full potential, Griffin seized the opportunity to become a part of the Fulton County District Attorney Office as an Investigator in the Complex trial division. During her time at the office, she developed the skill to analyze, seek, and search for facts to aid the cases for prosecution. She partnered with talented prosecutors and together they worked the cases to successful ligation. Due to her passion, knowledge, and drive she was promoted to the Major case division and the Gang/Guns unit where she worked several high-profile felony cases. She became a certified Intermediate Gang Investigator and received training in Human trafficking, field Investigations, white-collar crimes, and Gang intelligence. Griffin was later promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief over the Trial Division where she was tasked with guiding and training 12 Investigators under her direction. She received awards for Investigator catch-all in 2015, Investigator of the year in 2016, and Investigator with the most successful prosecutions in 2019 with a personal trial conviction rate of 100%. Griffin’s years of service and sense of duty has compelled her to continue with her personal/professional journey to protect and serve the citizens of Fulton County.