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Michael J. Driscoll named special agent in charge of the Philadelphia Field Office

Special FBI Agent Michael J. Driscoll.

By Steve Neavling

ticklethewire.com

Michael J. Driscoll has been named special agent in charge of the Philadelphia Field Office.

Driscoll, who was serving as special agent in charge of the Counterintelligence and Cyber Division for the New York Field Office, began his career as an FBI special agent in 1996. He was first assigned to the New York Field Office to work on counterterrorism. In his role, he helped investigate al Qaeda conspirators involved in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and the attacks on 9/11.

He earned an Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in 2002 for his work investigating al Qaeda and the 1998 embassy bombings.

In 2003, Driscoll was transferred to FBI headquarters to serve as the FBI’s representative to the al Qaeda Department of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center.

In 2005, Driscoll became supervisor and returned to the New York Field Office, where he headed the squad tasked with extraterritorial investigations in Africa. He also led the FBI’s counterterrorism efforts in the New York Hudson Valley region and was later promoted to the coordinating supervisory special agent for New York’s Counterterrorism Program.

In 2013, Driscoll was named assistant legal attaché for London, where he oversaw the Cyber Program and working closely with U.K. law enforcement and intelligence services. In 2016, he became assistant special agent in charge of Philadelphia’s counterintelligence and cyber programs.

In 2018, he returned to FBI headquarters, serving as the chief of the Violent Crime Section, which leads the FBI’s Crimes Against Children Program, as well as efforts to combat violent crime and gang-related violence.

In 2019, Driscoll was promoted to special agent in charge of New York’s Criminal Division and later began to lead New York’s Counterintelligence and Cyber Division.

Before joining the FBI, Driscoll worked in commercial litigation as an attorney. He graduated from the State University of New York in Albany and received his law degree from Hofstra University School of Law in Hempstead, N.Y.

Michael Driscoll, Counterterrorism Expert, Named Special Agent in Charge of New York’s Criminal Division

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Michael J. Driscoll, a 23-year veteran of the FBI and a counterterrorism expert, has ben named special agent in charge of the Criminal Division for the bureau’s New York Field Office.

Most recently, Driscoll served as a section chief in the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI headquarters.

Driscoll began his FBI career in 1996 at the New York Field Office, where he worked on counterterrorism. During his time in New York, he help investigate al Qaeda conspirators involved in the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and the 9/11 attacks in 2001.

For his work investigating al Qaeda, Driscoll earned an Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Services in 2002.

In 2004, Driscoll was transferred to FBI headquarters to serve as the bureau’s representative to the al Qaeda Department of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center.

Driscoll returned to the New York Office when he was promoted to supervisor in 2005, taking charge of the squad responsible for extraterritorial investigations in Africa. His counterterrorism work continued in the New York Hudson Valley region before being promoted to the coordinating supervisory special agent for New York’s Counterterrorism Program.

In 2013, Driscoll became assistant legal attaché for London, where he oversaw the Cyber Program and worked closely with U.K. law enforcement and intelligence services.

in 2016, Driscoll became assistant special agent in charge of the Philadelphia Field Office’s Cyber and Counterintelligence Programs.

Two years later, Driscoll returned to FBI headquarters as chief of the Violent Crime Section.

A graduate of State University of New York in Albany, Driscoll earned his law degree from Hofstra University School of Law in Hampstead, N.Y. He briefly worked as an attorney in commercial litigation.