DETROIT – Timothy Slater, former head of FBI in Detroit, is going to lead the agency’s Washington Field Office.
AP reported Monday that Slater is the new assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington office.
Slater began his career in 1999 and was the special agent in charge of the Criminal/Cyber Division at the Washington office before being named special agent in charge of the Detroit office in 2018.
He was previously assigned to the Violent Crimes Task Force in Detroit and moved to Detroit’s Resident Agency—or satellite office—in Flint in 2003, then to Florida’s Palm Beach Resident Agency in 2006.
He has also worked in Oklahoma, Tennessee and Colorado
The Washington Field Office is one of three FBI field offices led by an assistant director in charge. The office covers Washington and much of Northern Virginia.