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Dr. Frank L. Perry

Wrong Dr. Frank L. Perry?


Phone: (919) ***-****  
Email: f***@***.gov
Local Address:  North Carolina , United States
North Carolina Department of Public Safety
MSC 4227, 3030 Hammond Business Place
Raleigh , North Carolina 27603
United States


Employment History

  • Chief Operating Officer
    North Carolina Department of Public Safety
  • Director of Investigations and Public Affairs
    Foundation for Ethics in Public Service
  • Special Agent In Charge of the Raleigh Office
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Agent
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Director and Co-Founder
  • Director of Investigations and Public Affairs
  • Director of Education and Investigations Consultant
    N.C. Ethics Commission
  • Senior Manager, One Year
    N.C. Ethics Commission
  • Special Agent
    N.C. Ethics Commission

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Ph.D. , Ethics and Political Philosophy
    University of Miami
  • German and Psychology
    Wake Forest University
  • Masters' degree , Ethics and Political Philosophy
    University of Miami
  • Ph.D.
  • Ph.D
  • PhD
198 Total References
Web References
Frank Perry wants more federal ..., 22 Nov 2015 [cached]
Frank Perry wants more federal coordination on refugees.
Frank Perry, the secretary of the N.C. Department of Public Safety, on Wednesday told a legislative committee it's not a reassuring relationship.
"The collaboration that we're after simply doesn't exist" with the federal government, said Perry, a former FBI agent.
Former FBI Agent Frank Perry ... [cached]
Former FBI Agent Frank Perry was named as interim chief operating officer of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, the News and Observer reports.
The News and Observer wrote that Perry gained popularity by leading the FBI's Raleigh office in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks.
Perry will replace former COO and Chief Deputy Secretary Mikael Gross, who was dismissed Monday.
Media Relations « Report Public Corruption [cached]
03.21.11 - "Abusing the system is a gross misuse of power and position," said Frank Perry, a retired FBI agent and senior manager.
02.15.11 - Media questions Frank Perry about law enforcement action in hostage situation.
01.18.11 - In published piece entitled 'Corruption in the first degree', Frank Perry writes that honest services should be resurrected.
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01.11.11 - Frank Perry asked to comment on the Tucson tragedy and the safety of public officials.
12.03.10 - Frank Perry, Former FBI Agent, Weighs In On Edwards Probe on 1360AM WCHL
Nash County Republican Party, 29 June 2009 [cached]
RALEIGH, NC - Former N.C. State Auditor Les Merritt has teamed up with Dr. Frank L. Perry, a veteran FBI agent who worked for both the N.C. Ethics Commission and the N.C. State Auditor's office, to launch the Foundation for Ethics in Public Service and its Web site,
Merritt will serve as Executive Director, Perry will serve as Director of Investigations and Public Affairs and Hayley Phillips Bushnell will serve as Director of Operations.
"Our team has the right combination of investigative, auditing, educational and public service experience to effectively review tips, determine whether they are credible and follow up as appropriate," adds Perry. "Our background and experience will also enable us to effectively educate public officials on ways to adhere to a high ethical standard as they fulfill their duties."
The Foundation's Board of Directors has members from across the political spectrum. In addition to Merritt and Perry, founding board members include Robert L. "Roddy" Jones of Raleigh, N.C. and Kory Swanson of Raleigh, N.C. Board members from other states will be added as the Foundation expands its efforts, as will a larger Board of Advisors.
"I have full confidence that Les Merritt, Frank Perry and their team will operate the Foundation in a fair, independent, non-partisan manner," says Jones.
North Carolina Secretary of the ..., 30 Jan 2016 [cached]
North Carolina Secretary of the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Frank Perry is not happy with the General Assembly.
Perry has said that the state is not as prepared for a terrorist attack as it should be and it's the legislature's fault because of changes it made to his department's budget.
Perry moved Baker over to be commissioner of operations for the DPS.
While Baker didn't lose his job, Perry had Laurie Dollar removed from office.
Along with Laurie Dollar, Perry also ended the employment of William Crews, who was the commissioner of administration.
Perry appeared before the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Justice and Public Safety on Thursday, Jan. 14.
Perry was asked about changes he made in his office after the budget was passed, namely the removal of Laurie Dollar and Crews, and the reassignment of Baker.
Perry denied that the actions were to get back at Rep.
Sen. Stan Bingham (R-Davidson) asked Perry to clarify a statement he reportedly made that by eliminating that position, the General Assembly had handicapped DPS and put North Carolina citizens at a greater risk of terrorism.
Bingham said, "You mentioned 37,000 people in your department, and by eliminating that one, the terrorism threat went up."
Perry said that the position of commissioner of law enforcement was the hub for all the spokes involved in bringing together the various agencies involved in the program called preventive intelligence-based law enforcement. Perry said that this collaboration between State Highway Patrol troopers, police officers, deputies and State Bureau of Investigation agents is needed as a force-multiplier to protect our citizens.
When asked what difference eliminating Baker's position made since the program is already in place, Perry said in an email that the person in that role was the architect and nerve center for the predictive intelligence model, and that the concerns are not only about today but more about the future, when there are new people sitting in these roles.
Perry added, "The intent of consolidation was not just about money, but doing business the most effective way to help keep the public safe."
Perry told the committee, "Every single terrorist threat in this country has had a North Carolina tie. When later asked to substantiate this statement, Perry said, "What I should have been more specific in clarifying is that every major act of international terrorism that has occurred on US soil has had a North Carolina tie."
Perry provided examples such as that of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of 9/11, who was enrolled in 1983 at Chowan College in Murfreesboro and later transferred to North Carolina A&T State University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 1986.
Perry pointed to the US Open Golf Tournaments that were held in Pinehurst in 2014 as being a success for the model used by DPS to collaborate with other federal and state agencies to help gather intelligence and prevent incidents from happening. Perry said, "Over 42 episodes were prevented in Pinehurst that people will never know about."
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