FBI Agent Timothy Delaney Named Head of Criminal Division in LA

Timothy Delaney/fbi photo
By Allan Lengel

Timothy J. Delaney is heading off to Los Angeles to be the special agent in charge of the Criminal Division.

Delaney, who joined the FBI in 1991, most recently served as section chief for the New Agent’s Training Program Section in the FBI’s Training Division.

After joining the FBI, he first worked in the New York Field Office for nine years, where was assigned to the Manhattan office and investigated a variety of white-collar crimes, the FBI said.

In July 2000, he was promoted to unit chief at FBI Headquarters in the Criminal Investigative Division’s Health Care Fraud Unit, where he oversaw more than 400

From January 2005 to June 2008, Delaney served as assistant special agent in charge in the Miami Field Office where he managed division’s white-collar crime, cyber, and civil rights programs.

In Miami, he was involved in a number of cases involving crooked lobbyist Jack Abramoff, several county commissioners, and three police corruption rings.


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