FBIAA In the News

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FBI Group: Don't limit search for new Director.

USA Today: Opinion

By: Tom O'Connor

May 18, 2017 

FBI agents group urges Trump to pick Mike Rogers for director

The Hill

By: Mallory Shelbourne


FBI Agents Association Endorses Mike Rogers for FBI director


By: Rebecca Morin


FBI Agents Association endorses Mike Rogers for director

Washington Examiner

By: Kimberly Leonard


FBI Agents Association Moves to Help Members Navigate Post-Comey Uncertainty

Associations Now

By: Allison Torres Burtka


New acting FBI chief pushes back on WH assertion that rank and file lost confidence in Comey

ABC News

By: Mike Levine


Stunned FBI agents grapple with Comey firing

Associated Press

By: Sadie Gurman & Eric Tucker


FBI agent groups dispute Trump's rationale for Comey firing


By: Josh Meyer


FBI Agents Association President Reacts To James Comey's Firing

NPR: All Things Considered

By: Robert Siegel



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Press Releases and Advocacy

June 7, 2017

FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) President Thomas O’Connor issued the following statement on President Trump’s nomination of Christopher Wray to be the next FBI Director:

“The FBIAA is the only organization that serves as the voice of FBI Special Agents.  It is essential that the next FBI Director understand the details of how Agents do their important work.  For this reason, FBIAA established a set of principles for the selection of a new Director that are supported by the thousands of FBIAA-member Agents across the country.  These principles first and foremost identify the centrality of the Special Agent to the Bureau's mission of protecting our country from a wide array of threats ranging from street gangs and mortgage fraud to counter-intelligence, cyber-espionage and foreign and domestic terrorists.

Read full release here.

Comey and FBI Agents add 9/11 Fallen to National Memorial

May 15, 2017

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FBI Agents Association Statement on James Comey
May 9, 2017

FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) President Thomas O’Connor issued the following statement on President Trump’s termination of James Comey as FBI Director:

“A change in FBI leadership of this magnitude must be handled carefully and with an eye towards ensuring that the Bureau can continue to fulfill its responsibility to protect the American public from criminal and national security threats.

We greatly appreciate Director Comey’s service, leadership, and support for Special Agents during his tenure. He understood the centrality of the Agent to the Bureau's mission, recognizing that Agents put their lives on the line every day. His focus was to ensure that the Bureau’s investigations complied with the law and the Constitution, and that Agents performed their mission with integrity and professionalism. Read full release here. 


Newly Confirmed Director Wray attends FBIAA National Convention

Police Week 2017

The FBIAA was able to particapate in many events of Police Week 2017 including the Police Unity Tour, the Candlelight Vigil, and the Hall of Honor Memorial Serivice at FBIHQ. The Association is graetful for the opporuntiry to be apart of this week and remember all those who have fallen within the Bureau and other law enforcement agencies. 

See all photos from Police Week 2017. 

Charitable Events

The Women in Homeland Security chose the FBIAA Memorial College Fund for its chairty of the year. They held two fundrasiers that the FBIAA participated in, a BBQ challenge in October and a Mardi Gras Event this spring. The result of these fundraisers was a total of a $25,000 donation to the Memorial College Fund. The FBIAA is extremly grateful of the genoursity of the Women in Homeland Security and for all the hard work that went into these events. 

FBIAA Convention 2017: San Antonio, TX