David Schlendorf has been named the Assistant Director of the FBI’s Resource Planning Office, the bureau announced Friday.
In 2003, Schlendorf joined the FBI as a special advisor to the chief financial officer. In 2005, he moved to the office of the executive assistant director for administration and a year later was promoted to special advisor for the Associate Deputy Director.
In 2007, he became deputy resource planning officer. He later served as acting Assistant Director of the Resource Planning Office.
Before joining the FBI, Schlendorf worked for The Beacon Group in New York City and for Bowles, Hollowell, Conner & Co. in Charlotte, N.C.
U.S. Attorney in Arizona Names New Community Outreach Director
Jesus Manuel Tarango has been named the Community Outreach Director for the U.S. Attorney’s office in the District of Arizona. Tarango was formerly the director of regulatory affairs and federal relations with Mario E. Diaz & Associates LLC. From 2003 to 2006, Tarango was the Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs Director for the Arizona Registrar of Contractors.
“Manny Tarango has a history of promoting positive relationships within the intergovernmental community and with Spanish-speaking communities and groups in Arizona,” U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke said in a statement announcing the appointment. “I look forward to working with him to reach out to the plurality of groups that make up Arizona, and promote relationships between residents, community organizations, and law enforcement that strengthen public safety and mutual understanding in our state.”
United States Marshal selected as “Police Officer of the Year”
Pete Elliot, the U.S. Marshal for the Northern District of Ohio, will be honored by the Greater Cleveland Police Memorial Society as “Police Officer of the Year” at a ceremony Friday. Elliot, who has headed the office since 2003, created the Fugitive Safe Surrender program in Cleveland in 2005. The program, which was authorized on a national level in 2006, allows people facing charges for non-violent offenses — both local and federal — to turn themselves in at a neutral location.
A former undercover narcotics officer, Elliot joined the Marshal Service in 1987. He left the agency from 1992 to 2003 for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Explosives and Firearms, before returning to the U.S. Marshal Service.