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Name: Renkiewicz, Martin
Current Position: Previous Director
Martin Renkiewicz, a 28-year law enforcement veteran, began serving in July 2006 as director of the U.S. National Central Bureau of Interpol. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island in 1976, Renkiewicz held various supervisory positions at the INS, primarily overseeing fraud and alien smuggling investigations, until 1992 when he joined the USNCB.
In 2002 he was named assistant director of the USNCB Alien Fugitive Division, where he administered the Foreign Fugitive Notice Program and supervised agents and analysts assigned to fugitive related investigations. He then served as the USNCB's senior representative from the INS. In this capacity, he provided expertise on a wide range of immigration matters, including human trafficking, fraudulent identity/travel documents and visa fraud. In 2003 he was named deputy director of the USNCB and served in this capacity until being named director.
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