Please join us for the FBI CAAA 2nd Quarterly Meeting at the Dallas FBI Office on Tuesday, June 20, 2023, at 6pm. The employee store will be open for us from 5 to 5:45 PM. Dinner will be available at 5 PM. Meeting Kick-off will be at 6 PM, and end at 7:15PM.
Our honored speaker will be none other than our own Dallas Field Office SAC, B. Chad Yarbrough.
In January 2023, FBI Director Christopher Wray selected Chad Yarbrough to serve as Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Office. He was most recently the Deputy Assistant Director of the Transnational Organized Crime, Violent Crime and Operational Support Sections of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division.
Mr. Yarbrough previously served as Section Chief of the FBI’s National Threat Operations Section, where he led over 300 employees dedicated to the intake, analysis, and processing of information from the public and private sector concerning allegations of federal criminal violations and threats to national security.
Mr. Yarbrough entered on duty as a Special Agent for the FBI in 2006, having previously served as a Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division for five years. Following graduation from the FBI Academy, Mr. Yarbrough was assigned to the Mobile Field Office’s Dothan Resident Agency. During this assignment, he investigated violent crime and crimes against children matters.
In 2010, Mr. Yarbrough was transferred to the Chicago Field Office, where he was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force to investigate domestic terrorism matters. He remained in this position until his promotion as a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) in the Inspection Division’s Internal Investigations Unit.
In 2014, Mr. Yarbrough was promoted to SSA of the Mobile Field Office’s Violent Criminal Threats squad. This role included supervision of the office’s Child Exploitation and Safe Streets Task Forces.
In 2017, Mr. Yarbrough was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Pittsburgh Field Office. In this role, he oversaw the criminal program, as well as oversight of both criminal and counterterrorism matters within the office’s Pennsylvania Resident Agencies. Mr. Yarbrough also had oversite of the office’s crisis management and SWAT programs. During his tenure in Pittsburgh, he led the FBI’s response and investigation of the Tree of Life Synagogue attack in October 2018, and he was instrumental in leading law enforcement efforts to combat the opioid epidemic plaguing Western Pennsylvania.
Mr. Yarbrough received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Sam Houston State University. He and his wife, Lindsay, have one daughter.
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