Supervisory Special Agent, FBI
A graduate of the University of Tennessee, Supervisory Special Agent Tim Carpenter entered onto duty with the FBI in February of 2004, after serving a total of 11 years in the U.S. Air Force, and 6 years as a Police Officer in South Carolina. During his 13 ½-year tenure with the FBI, SSA Carpenter was assigned to work in the Louisville, Miami and Indianapolis Field Offices, where he worked a multitude of programs, to include International Terrorism, Domestic Terrorism, Violent Crime, Major Theft and Art Crime, all in addition to serving as a Special Agent Bomb Technician. After becoming a member of the FBI’s Art Crime Team in 2008, SSA Carpenter spent the next 8 years investigating art crime and antiquities-related matters in the field. In 2016, SSA Carpenter transferred to FBI Headquarters, where he now manages the FBI’s national Art Theft Program, and the FBI’s Art Crime Team. Additionally, SSA Carpenter also oversees the FBI’s Jewelry and Gem Program.
|3:15 to 4:15 p.m.|