Joshua Skule to Head FBI Washington Field Office Intelligence Division

FBIJoshua Skule, former deputy assistant director of the counterterrorism division at FBI headquarters, has been appointed special agent in charge of the intelligence division at the bureau’s Washington field office, FBI said Tuesday.

Skule has held several leadership roles within CTD, including as head of counterterrorism investigations on domestic and international U.S. interests.

As the division’s deputy assistant director, he was in charge of human resources, budget and communications data analysis.

He also previously investigated public corruption and violent crimes in Chicago and organized crime, gangs and cyber crime as assistant special agent in charge of WFO’s criminal division.

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