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Matthew Alcoke


Matthew Alcoke is deputy assistant director of the FBI's Counterterrorism Division, leading its intelligence branch. In this role, he is responsible for deployment of the bureau's overall strategies against the most significant terrorism threats, and the production of timely, comprehensive, and sophisticated intelligence products. Prior to his appointment this April, he served as section chief at the FBI's Office of Partner Engagement, supervisor of a Chicago Safe Streets and Gang Task Force, assistant section chief in the Counterterrorism Division's operational analysis branch of the Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force and International Terrorism Operations Section II, and assistant special agent in charge of the Criminal Branch in Atlanta.

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