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Keith L. Bennett named FBI Assist. Director of the Inspection Division

Keith L. Bennett/fbi photo

 
By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Keith L. Bennett, deputy assistant director for the FBI’s Training Division, is getting a bump up to assistant director of the agency’s Inspection Division, the FBI announced Wednesday.

Bennett began his career as an FBI special agent in 1987 and was initially assigned to the Salt Lake City Division, where he investigated white-collar crime and drug violations, the FBI said.

In 1993, he headed further west to the San Diego Division.

In 1998, it was off to headquarters as a supervisory special agent who provided support to the organized crime and drug programs.

Two years later, he returned to the San Diego Division to supervise drug intelligence, counterterrorism, and alien smuggling squads. He also directed the San Diego Joint Terrorism Task Force.

While in San Diego, he served temporarily at FBI Headquarters as a team leader in the Inspection Division.

In 2005, Bennett was appointed assistant special agent in charge of the Phoenix Division.

He later went on to serve as a special assistant to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III. His duties included providing counsel on policy and administrative matters.

In 2009, he was named named special agent in charge of the Cincinnati field office.

 


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