Jay Greenberg Named Special Agent in Charge of the St. Louis Field Office
Director Christopher Wray has named Jay Greenberg as the special agent in charge of the St. Louis Field Office. He most recently served as a deputy assistant director in the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington.
Mr. Greenberg joined the FBI as a special agent in 2005 and was assigned to the Washington Field Office, where he investigated civil rights, public corruption, and government fraud. In 2012, he was promoted to supervisory special agent and transferred to CID’s Public Corruption Unit at Headquarters.
In 2013, Mr. Greenberg was assigned to lead a white-collar crime squad in the Fort Worth Resident Agency of the Dallas Field Office. He was promoted in 2017 to assistant special agent in charge of the Chicago Field Office’s new Resident Agency Branch. Later in 2017, after a reorganization in Chicago, he was named the ASAC of the office’s Criminal Enterprise Branch.
Mr. Greenberg was promoted to section chief in the Violent Crimes Section in CID at Headquarters in 2019. He helped reallocate resources to the Oklahoma City Field Office after a Supreme Court decision increased the FBI’s investigative responsibilities in Indian Country in Oklahoma.
In 2020, Mr. Greenberg was promoted to deputy assistant director of CID, where he led sections that deal with financial crimes, public corruption, civil rights, and the FBI’s covert operations. Most notably, he led the charge to elevate investigating hate crimes because of the continuous increase in incidents nationwide. This resulted in additional resources to all 56 FBI field offices to conduct such investigations.
Mr. Greenberg earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining the FBI, he worked in management and technical consulting.