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The Bureau’s First Director

In 1908, Stanley W. Finch became the head of the organization that would eventually become the Federal Bureau of Investigation, giving it a strong start in key areas of the FBI’s responsibilities that continue to this day.

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Counties covered: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren

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Cincinnati Special Agent in Charge Todd A. Wickerham

Todd A. Wickerham

Assistant Special Agents in Charge

  • Joseph M. Deters
  • Daniel S. Leeper
  • Kevin P. Rojek

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Along with our main office in Cincinnati, we have five satellite offices, known as resident agencies, in the area.

  • Athens
    • Counties covered: Athens, Hocking, Perry, Meigs, Morgan, Vinton, and Washington
  • Cambridge
    • Counties covered: Belmont, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Jefferson, Monroe, Muskingum, and Noble
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  • Portsmouth
    • Counties covered: Adams, Gallia, Highland, Jackson, Lawrence, Pike, Ross, and Scioto