Alex J. Turner named Assistant Director of FBI’s Security Division
Alex J. Turner was named assistant director of the FBI’s Security Division, which is responsible for ensuring a safe work environment for employees, the bureau announced Monday.
Turner began his career as a special agent with the FBI’s Atlanta Division in 1985, investigating drug and property crime.
In 1988, Turner moved to Atlanta, where he managed the Multi-Agency Gang Task Force. In 1993, Turner supervised the Atlanta Regional Drug Intelligence Squad.
Turner was assigned to assistant special agent in charge of the Washington office in 2000. Five years later, Turner managed the FBI’s violent gang, drug and major theft investigative programs.
Turner was appointed special agent in charge of the Norfolk Division in 2008.
Turner earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology from the University of Maryland.
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