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James Myers to Head FBI Intelligence Division in Los Angeles

fbi logo largeBy Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON – James P. Myers is returning to Los Angeles — this time as a  FBI special agent in charge of the Intelligence Division and Field Intelligence Group for the L.A. office.

Myers, whose last post was as section chief of HUMINT operations (Human Intelligence)  and oversight section, started as an agent in 1987. He first worked in the Norfolk Field Office on a variety of crimes and as a SWAT team member, the FBI said.

In July 1993, he headed west to the Los Angeles office where he worked the Safe Streets Task Force (SSTF) squad, and he was named case agent for the Mexican Mafia prison gang.

In 1997, he was promoted to a supervisory special agent and worked gangs including the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), the FBI said.

In 1998, he was assigned as coordinator of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Task Force on violent crimes.

In 2003, he was promoted to intelligence program manager for the Los Angeles Field Office. In 2006, he was assigned to FBI Headquarters as the assistant director/operations chief of the MS-13 National Gang Task Force.

In July 2007, Myers returned to the Norfolk Field Office as assistant special agent in charge overseeing criminal, administrative, and intelligence programs.

In 2009, he was assigned as an inspector in charge at FBI Headquarters in March 2009.

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