As the Ga. S.A.K.I. Task Force Coordinator, Jay Eisner facilitates the team's investigations and prosecutions of cold case sexual assaults resulting from testing previously unsubmitted or untested sexual assault kits. He also collaborates with State and County agencies regarding best practices and policy development for handling these challenging cases.

Mr. Eisner was a DeKalb County Police Officer from 1992 to 2021 and retired as a Major and the Support Services Division Commander. Previous assignments include Special Victims Section Commander, Training Section Assistant Commander, Central Records Commander, Domestic Violence Unit Commander, full-time academy instructor, domestic violence investigator, and in the Patrol Division as an officer, sergeant, lieutenant, and captain.

Mr. Eisner is a sought-after speaker on family violence who has presented at state and national conferences and has trained thousands of officers. For two decades he volunteered on various non-profit boards. This included terms as Chair of the DeKalb Domestic Violence Task Force, Executive Director of the DeKalb Police Athletic League, and two terms as Board Chair of the International Women's House shelter for battered refugee and immigrant women. At I.W.H., he helped lead the initiative to fund and build a new shelter. He has assisted in numerous statewide efforts to improve criminal justice system response and legislation.

Eisner attended Georgia State University and the University of Louisville, where he completed the Southern Police Institute course with honors. His proudest achievement is being recognized as an advocate for victims of crime. He received the "Champion for Change" award from the Women's Resource Center, the Georgia C.J.C.C's "Eagle Award for Law Enforcement" for service to victims of crime, the "Deborah McDorman" award for service to victims of domestic violence, and the Georgia "Star of Life" award.