Director Christopher Wray has named Brian C. Turner as the manager assistant director of the Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch. He will oversee felony and cyber investigations worldwide, in addition to worldwide operations, crucial incident responses, and help to victims.
Mr. Turner most not too long ago served because the because the assistant director of the Operational Technology Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. OTD supplies technology-based options to allow and improve the FBI’s intelligence, nationwide safety, and regulation enforcement operations.
Mr. Turner started his FBI profession as a particular agent in 2002 within the Philadelphia Field Office, the place he investigated white-collar crimes and felony enterprises and supported surveillance operations. He deployed to Iraq in 2008 to assist FBI operational priorities within the area and joined the Counterterrorism Division Fly Team when he returned.
In 2012, Mr. Turner transferred to the Tucson Resident Agency of the Phoenix Field Office to oversee a felony enterprise squad that focused violent crimes of Mexican drug cartels alongside the U.S. border. He later supervised the Tucson Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Mr. Turner was promoted in January 2016 to assistant particular agent in cost of felony and administrative applications within the Minneapolis Field Office. In 2017, he was promoted to part chief within the International Operations Division at Headquarters, the place he oversaw the FBI’s authorized attaché operations in Europe, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia.
In 2018, Director Wray named Mr. Turner the particular agent in cost of the New Haven Field Office in Connecticut and as assistant director of OTD in 2020.
Mr. Turner earned a bachelor’s diploma from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and served within the U.S. Army for about 10 years. He additionally taught at West Point earlier than becoming a member of the FBI. Mr. Turner earned a grasp’s diploma from Long Island University.
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