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Frank L. Perry

Director of Investigations and Public Affairs

Report Public Corruption

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Background Information

Employment History

Manager, Office of Law Enforcement Ethics

FBI Academy


Chief Operating Officer

the state Department


Commander

N.C. State Highway Patrol


Front

Mafia


Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation


Affiliations

North Carolina Department of Public Safety

Secretary


Public Safety

Secretary


The McCrory

Secretary of Public Safety


The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service

Co-Founder


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(192 Total References)


Report Corrupt Public Officials Anonymously

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Frank L. Perry, Ph.D.
Frank L. Perry has spent most of his professional life uncovering and exposing corruption, teaching others how to conduct themselves ethically in the public arena and working to increase government transparency. His experience includes 22 years with the FBI, where he served as a Special Agent and Senior Manager, one year with the North Carolina Ethics Commission and 16 months as the Director of Investigations at the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor. During his tenure with the Office of the State Auditor, Perry managed the auditor's fraud, waste and abuse hotline. His team reviewed tips, evaluated their credibility, investigated those which were deemed credible and published the results. Under Perry's leadership the number of cases handled by the investigative team doubled, while the resolution time was cut in half during his first year on the job. While with the FBI, Perry investigated and supervised investigations of white collar crime, public corruption, internal affairs matters and other sensitive investigations, including three years of undercover national security work. Additionally, he researched and documented alarming increases in the frequency and egregiousness of ethical lapses by some FBI personnel and presented the information to the FBI Director. Perry proposed that 'best practices' research be conducted and reached out to numerous agencies worldwide to determine which ethics and compliance programs work and which ones proved ineffective. He subsequently drafted the entire proposal for the Office of Law Enforcement Ethics. Perry was appointed by the Director of the FBI to research, staff, and implement the first Department of Justice (DOJ) Professional Ethics Program for the FBI. He tailored a Mission and Core Values Statement, which former Director Louis Freeh personally signed into policy in 1995. Perry also wrote the curriculum for new Special Agents, emphasizing the need to frame all training policy and performance standards around this curriculum. He implemented compliance / policy / training guidelines and curriculum for all 56 FBI field divisions. The program proved successful, as FBI Internal Affairs opened 30% fewer cases the first year after implementation. While serving as Director of Education / Investigations Consultant with the N.C. Ethics Commission, Perry developed and implemented curriculum and investigative guidelines pursuant to the complex and recently enacted State Ethics Act and Lobbying Reform (GS138A and 120C). He educated and certified over 11,000 public servants, judicial officers (including the North Carolina Supreme Court) and members of the General Assembly covered by the Ethics Reform / Accountability legislation. Perry has delivered speeches and authored papers on numerous topics related to ethics, internal affairs, and law enforcement/public corruption. He has spoken to groups, conducted training and served on panels throughout the United States and in countries on five continents. Perry has actively participated in training local, state, Federal, and foreign law enforcement officers and executives at FBI Academies in Quantico, Virginia, and Budapest, Hungary. Additionally, he has taught courses on ethics, law and philosophy at N.C. State University, Grambling State University and the University of Miami. Frank Perry graduated from Wake Forest University in 1974 with a double major in German and Psychology. He earned both a Masters' degree (1978) and Ph.D. (1980) in Ethics and Political Philosophy from the University of Miami. Frank is a Co-Founder and member of the Board of Directors. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D. - Director and Co-Founder Frank L. Perry has spent most of his professional life uncovering and exposing corruption, teaching others how to conduct themselves ethically in the public arena and working to increase government transparency. His experience includes 22 years with the FBI, where he served as a Special Agent and Senior Manager, one year with the North Carolina Ethics Commission and 16 months as the Director of Investigations at the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor. During his tenure with the Office of the State Auditor, Perry managed the auditor's fraud, waste and abuse hotline. His team reviewed tips, evaluated their credibility, investigated those which were deemed credible and published the results. Under Perry's leadership the number of cases handled by the investigative team doubled, while the resolution time was cut in half during his first year on the job. While with the FBI, Perry investigated and supervised investigations of white collar crime, public corruption, internal affairs matters and other sensitive investigations, including three years of undercover national security work. Additionally, he researched and documented alarming increases in the frequency and egregiousness of ethical lapses by some FBI personnel and presented the information to the FBI Director. Perry proposed that 'best practices' research be conducted and reached out to numerous agencies worldwide to determine which ethics and compliance programs work and which ones proved ineffective. He subsequently drafted the entire proposal for the Office of Law Enforcement Ethics. Perry was appointed by the Director of the FBI to research, staff, and implement the first Department of Justice (DOJ) Professional Ethics Program for the FBI. He tailored a Mission and Core Values Statement, which former Director Louis Freeh personally signed into policy in 1995. Perry also wrote the curriculum for new Special Agents, emphasizing the need to frame all training policy and performance standards around this curriculum. He implemented compliance / policy / training guidelines and curriculum for all 56 FBI field divisions. The program proved successful, as FBI Internal Affairs opened 30% fewer cases the first year after implementation. While serving as Director of Education / Investigations Consultant with the N.C. Ethics Commission, Perry developed and implemented curriculum and investigative guidelines pursuant to the complex and recently enacted State Ethics Act and Lobbying Reform (GS138A and 120C). He educated and certified over 11,000 public servants, judicial officers (including the North Carolina Supreme Court) and members of the General Assembly covered by the Ethics Reform / Accountability legislation. Perry has delivered speeches and authored papers on numerous topics related to ethics, internal affairs, and law enforcement/public corruption. He has spoken to groups, conducted training and served on panels throughout the United States and in countries on five continents. Perry has actively participated in training local, state, Federal, and foreign law enforcement officers and executives at FBI Academies in Quantico, Virginia, and Budapest, Hungary. Additionally, he has taught courses on ethics, law and philosophy at N.C. State University, Grambling State University and the University of Miami. Frank Perry graduated from Wake Forest University in 1974 with a double major in German and Psychology. He earned both a Masters' degree (1978) and Ph.D. (1980) in Ethics and Political Philosophy from the University of Miami. Frank also serves as Director of Investigations and Public Affairs. Bob founded and developed the Franklin Park Industrial Center, which has drawn over 15 entrepreneurial businesses and hundreds of jobs to Franklin and Wake counties.


Public Official Corruption - The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc.

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Dr. Frank Perry, our Director of Investigations and Public Affairs, has taught ethics to thousands of individuals, both in the classroom and in seminars.
Frank will continue his education effort through the Foundation and will oversee the development of a regionally catalogued online archive containing examples of both ethics successes and shortcomings. Frank L. Perry, Director of Investigations and Public Affairs Frank L. Perry, Ph.D. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D, a retired FBI Special Agent, is Co-founder and Director of Investigations & Public Affairs for the Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc. To contact Dr. Perry, visit www.ReportPublicCorruption.org. Earmarks and Ethics Frank L. Perry, Ph.D. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D, a retired FBI Special Agent, is Co-founder and Director of Investigations & Public Affairs for the Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc. To contact Dr. Perry, visit www.ReportPublicCorruption.org. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D, a retired FBI Special Agent, is Co-founder and Director of Investigations & Public Affairs for the Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc. To contact Dr. Perry, visit www.ReportPublicCorruption.org. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D. Frank L. Perry, Ph.D, a retired FBI Special Agent, is Co-founder and Director of Investigations & Public Affairs for the Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc. To contact Dr. Perry, visit www.ReportPublicCorruption.org.


www.reportpubliccorruption.org

Dr. Frank Perry, our Director of Investigations and Public Affairs, has taught ethics to thousands of individuals, both in the classroom and in seminars.
Frank will continue his education effort through the Foundation and will oversee the development of a regionally catalogued online archive containing examples of both ethics successes and shortcomings. Frank L. Perry, Director of Investigations and Public Affairs


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No agency can accomplish this alone," said Frank L. Perry, Secretary of the NC Department of Public Safety.
"We appreciate the quality work that these agencies do on a daily basis and we thank them for their collaboration on this operation." "The District Attorney's office is proud to have participated in Operation Silent Night," said Michael Waters, district attorney for Franklin, Granville, Warren, and Vance counties.


American Association Of State Troopers

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Frank L. Perry, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and Colonel Bill Grey, commander of the State Highway Patrol provided remarks.


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