C. Frank Figliuzzi

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Cesare Frank Figliuzzi
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Assistant Director for Counterintelligence
Federal Bureau of Investigation
In office
February 7, 2011 – July 31, 2012
Personal details
Born Cesare Frank Figliuzzi
(1962-09-12) September 12, 1962 (age 54)
Alma mater Fairfield University (B.A.)
University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D.)
Profession Government Executive

Cesare Frank Figliuzzi (born in 1962) is the former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.[1] Figliuzzi was previously the Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Cleveland Division which includes all of northern Ohio, and the major cities of Cleveland, Toledo, Youngstown, Akron, and Canton.[2] He is currently the Director of Corporate Investigations at General Electric.

Career[edit]

Mr. Figliuzzi joined the FBI as a Special Agent in August 1987 and has worked for the FBI in the Atlanta, Washington, D.C., headquarters, San Francisco, Miami, and Cleveland offices. He was the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Miami Field Office, the FBI's fifth largest office. Mr. Figliuzzi also served as the FBI's Chief Inspector from December 2005 until his appointment as head of the Cleveland Division. As Assistant Director, he was based at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and worked closely with other government executives.[3]

Major Cases[edit]

Mr. Figliuzzi is most noted for: Leading the FBI's efforts to counter economic espionage in Silicon Valley, California; Overseeing major public corruption investigations in Miami, Florida and in Cleveland, Ohio; Running the FBI's White Collar Crime branch in south Florida; Serving as on-scene commander of the largest HAZMAT evidence recovery efforts in FBI history at the Boca Raton, Florida site of the nation's first anthrax murder; Overseeing the investigation of the murder of pregnant single mother Jessie Marie Davis and her unborn child, by Canton Police Officer Bobby Cutts in northern Ohio; and the resolution of the Toledo terror plot in Toledo, Ohio

Education[edit]

Mr. Figliuzzi discusses the recent Russian spy case and its implications.

Mr. Figliuzzi earned a Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature from Fairfield University. Mr. Figliuzzi also completed the Harvard University National Security Program for Senior Executives in Government at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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