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Wrong Frank Perry?

Dr. Frank Perry L.

Manager, Inevstigative Division of the State Auditor's Office Starting Sept. 1

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Direct Phone: (919) ***-****       

Federal Bureau of Investigation

935 Pennsylvania Avenue, Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20535

United States

Company Description

The FBI established the Records Management Division in 2002 to update and modernize all of the FBI's records management control systems. The division provides executive direction and full-time oversight for all records policies and functions, and consolid ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Operating Officer
North Carolina Department of Public Safety

Extension Assistant Professor
North Carolina State University

Chief Operating Officer
the State Department

Teacher
University of Miami

Teacher
Grambling State University

Affiliations

Secretary
Department of Public Safety

Founder
McCrory's Department of Public Safety

Founder
The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service

Education


German and Psychology
Wake Forest University

Masters' degree
Ethics and Political Philosophy
University of Miami

Ph.D.
Ethics and Political Philosophy
University of Miami

Web References (199 Total References)


RALEIGH - North Carolina Public Safety ...

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RALEIGH - North Carolina Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry is defending his recent department shake-up that removed two top agency leaders from their posts but retained a top deputy even when that position was eliminated by lawmakers in the state budget.

Responding to questions Thursday from a General Assembly oversight committee, Perry said his actions saved the state money while allowing his agency to keep emphasizing core operations. The Department of Public Safety is composed of state prisons, the juvenile justice system, Highway Patrol, emergency management and North Carolina National Guard, among other services.
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Perry also declined to keep the positions of Chief Operating Officer Lorrie Dollar and Administration Commissioner William Crews.
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Perry characterized the choices between keeping people with lots of administrative experience or someone like Baker, a former FBI agent and head of the state Division of Alcohol Law Enforcement.
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Perry, also a former FBI agent, said the savings of $87,000 is helping pay for a backlog of training for school resource officers.
Meanwhile, members of the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Justice & Public Safety raised concerns that Perry's 2013 department reorganization combining the divisions overseeing adult and juvenile correction activities into one agency may have been unconstitutional.
The committee cited a legislative staff memo that said the state Constitution allows such a department re-organization when the governor signs an executive order making the changes, but still gives the General Assembly the final word to block or modify the changes. That did not occur in this case, the memo reads.
"What are we going to do with an invalid organization? Rep. Leo Daughtry, R-Johnston, said to Perry. "I think you laid yourself out for a lawsuit."
Perry said he would defer to the legislature about what was needed to ameliorate the situation but questioned why no one raised questions during previous presentations on the agencies' combination.
"I don't understand why this took 2½ years to come up," he said.
The panel told its staff members to draw up draft legislation to fix the problem. The General Assembly reconvenes in late April. Perry also said he was prepared to work out differences with lawmakers over responsibility for a new law enforcement training center in Moore County.


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina ...

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry is defending his recent department shake-up that removed two top agency leaders from their posts but retained a top deputy even when that position was eliminated by lawmakers in the state budget.

Responding to questions Thursday from a General Assembly oversight committee, Perry said his actions saved the state money while allowing his agency to keep emphasizing core operations. The Department of Public Safety is composed of state prisons, the juvenile justice system, Highway Patrol, emergency management and North Carolina National Guard, among other services.
...
Perry also declined to keep the positions of Chief Operating Officer Lorrie Dollar and Administration Commissioner William Crews.
...
Perry characterized the choices between keeping people with lots of administrative experience or someone like Baker, a former FBI agent and head of the state Division of Alcohol Law Enforcement.
...
Perry, also a former FBI agent, said the staff cost savings of $87,000 is helping pay for a backlog of training for school resource officers. Meanwhile, members of the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Justice & Public Safety raised concerns that Perry's 2013 department reorganization combining the divisions overseeing adult and juvenile correction activities into one agency may have been unconstitutional. The committee cited a legislative staff memo that said the state Constitution allows such a department re-organization when the governor signs an executive order making the changes, but still gives the General Assembly the final word to block or modify the changes. That did not occur in this case, the memo reads. "What are we going to do with an invalid organization? Rep. Leo Daughtry, R-Johnston, asked Perry. "I think you laid yourself out for a lawsuit." Perry said he would defer to the legislature about what was needed to ameliorate the situation but questioned why no one raised questions during previous presentations on the agencies' combination. "I don't understand why this took 2½ years to come up," he said. The panel told its staff members to draw up draft legislation to fix the problem. The General Assembly reconvenes in late April. Perry also said he was prepared to work out differences with lawmakers over responsibility for a new law enforcement training center in Moore County.


Keith subsequently brought up his ...

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Keith subsequently brought up his contributions a few more times to McCrory's DPS Secretary Frank Perry, a former FBI agent.

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After intensive involvement by McCrory's Budget Director Lee Roberts and Chief of Staff Thomas Stith, Keith's contract was eventually renewed for another year over the objection of Perry and other DPS officials.
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This week the News & Observer reported that another page of the memo written by DPS staff and recently released by the department showed that McCrory himself called Perry twice about Keith's contract expiring before McCrory called the meeting.
The N&O story also revealed that McCrory offered to fly Secretary Perry and his staff to the Charlotte meeting on the state plane but Perry declined.
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But it's hard not to think a text sent by Perry to Lee Roberts after Keith's contract was renewed sums up this whole episode.
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"Very bad decision," Perry wrote.


Cooper's "so-called solution ... could ...

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Cooper's "so-called solution ... could actually compromise on-going terrorist investigations within the state of North Carolina," Frank Perry, secretary of the Department of Public Safety and a former FBI agent, said in a release late Monday.


Cooper's "so-called solution ... could ...

nclawyersweekly.com, $reference.date [cached]

Cooper's "so-called solution ... could actually compromise on-going terrorist investigations within the state of North Carolina," Frank Perry, secretary of the Department of Public Safety and a former FBI agent, said in a release late Monday.

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