Special Agent Greco presents on the History and Mission of the FBI

The Criminal Justice Program at Globe University Green Bay is pleased to welcome Special Agent Raymond Greco, FBI, as part of the CJ Workshop Series.  This will take place on March 7th from 9:30-11:30am in Room 214.  This event is open to all staff/faculty and students, but registration is required.  You may register by contacting the Criminal Justice Program Chair, Melissa, at: mmatuszak@globeuniversity.edu.  Please note that this presentation is free, however donations for the CJ Club will be accepted.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has a long and legendary past as the premier law enforcement agency in the United States.  Agents from the Green Bay Field Office will present on the history of the FBI and provide an overview of this intelligence-driven and threat-focused security and law enforcement organization.  The FBI is an organization with a mission to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, as well as provide leadership and criminal justice services.  With a motto of “Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity”, the FBI has become one of the most recognized and respected law enforcement organizations in the world.

Information on the FBI, its missions and an overview of the history will be included in the presentation, as will information on recruitment and applicant standards.