Detroit FBI chief promoted to Washington position

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    A leading federal law enforcement official in Michigan has landed a promotion. 

    The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced last month that Timothy R. Slater, who has been special agent in charge of the Detroit FBI field office since 2018, has been named assistant director in charge of the agency’s Washington, D.C., office, according to a statement. 

    Slater has moved around the country as a 20-year veteran of the bureau, including a prior stint in the Flint satellite office in 2003 and stops in cities such as Denver and Knoxville, Tenn. 

    Nick Manes
    Nick Manes covers West Michigan, business and labor, health care and the safety net. He previously spent six years as a reporter at MiBiz covering commercial real estate, economic development and all manner of public policy at the local and state levels. His byline also has appeared in Route Fifty and The Daily Beast. When not reporting around the state or furiously tweeting, he enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, Krista, biking around his hometown of Grand Rapids and torturing himself rooting for the Detroit Lions.

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