BALTIMORE — The head of the FBI's Baltimore Field Office will be joining the Baltimore Police Department.
Commissioner Michael Harrison made the announcement on Thursday. He named Assistant Special Agent Brian Nadeau the new Deputy Commissioner of the Public Integrity Unit.
Nadeau served as a police officer in Maine for 10 years. He joined the FBI in 1997 and eventually served as the chief of the FBI's Public Corruption Unit in DC where he oversaw all public corruption investigations involving federal, state and local officials across the country.
"As the commissioner said I certainly have an understanding of some of the issues in Baltimore," said Deputy Commissioner Brian Nadeau. "I'm looking forward to the challenge and I'm looking forward to working with you and the citizens of Baltimore, the Baltimore police department and the FOP to make this work effectively."
Nadeau will start in September.