U.S. Marshal David Gonzales
Appointed U.S. Marshal by President George W. Bush.
His appointment was recommended by Arizona Senators John McCain and Jon
Before his appointment as the U.S. Marshal, David Gonzales' prior experience was with:
Arizona Department of Public Safety, Phoenix, AZ
Managed the operations of the Criminal Investigation Division. The
Division was comprised of 350 detectives assigned statewide to the
Narcotics, Organized Crime, Gang Enforcement, Auto Theft, Intelligence,
Special Operations (SWAT, canine, bomb disposal) and Governor
Protection. The annual operating budget for the division was $17
Began career as a “beat” officer, became an undercover officer then moved up the ranks to assume command responsibilities for both the Organized Crime Bureau and the State Gang Task Force. Recognized nationally as an expert in the operation of multi-agency task forces, community and law enforcement activities to identify and reduce street gangs and identifying and investigating money laundering activities arising from criminal enterprises.
• Executive Fellow - FBI, Washington, DC (1996) - top secret security
• Board of Directors, Camp Fire Boys and Girls
• February 2001 - Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of
Government - Executives in State and Local Government Program.
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