Janet Kamerman Named Assistant Dir. of FBI’s Training Division

fbi-globeBy Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — Janet L. Kamerman, the FBI’s associate executive assistant director of the Human Resources Branch, has some added duties.

On top of her current job, she will also become assistant director of the FBI’s Training Division.

The FBI said in “her new role, she will assume additional responsibilities for all FBI training programs, including the new agent and intelligence analyst training programs, as well as the National Academy, which provides training to federal, state, local, and international police executives.”

“While retaining her stewardship of the FBI’s Leadership Development Program as AEAD of Human Resources, Janet will help move forward the Bureau’s training programs—for both our own employees and our local, state, and international partners,” FBI director Robert Mueller III said in a statement. “Her newly combined responsibilities will strengthen the FBI’s development opportunities for all employees to enhance the achievement of our mission.”

Kamerman began her FBI career in July 1989 and was first assigned to the Houston Division where she worked organized crime and drugs, international terrorism and white collar crime. She eventually became supervisory special agent in Houston Division and supervised a drug squad.

In 2002, she went to headquarters as a supervisory special agent and unit chief in the Human Resources Division, the FBI said.

Later, she went to the Washington field office as an assistant special agent in charge overseeing administrative matters.

In 2005, she served as special assistant to Director Mueller and two years later was named as special agent in charge of the Honolulu Division. Three years later she returned to headquarters.

Before joining the FBI, she was a military police officer in the U.S. Army.

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