Chief of Money Laundering Unit, FBI (New York)
James C. Barnacle is the Chief of the Money Laundering Unit in the Financial Crimes Section, Criminal Investigation Division, of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Mr. Barnacle has been employed as a Special Agent for the FBI for 10 years. His first assignment was in the New York Field Office where he was assigned to a Securities and Commodities Fraud Investigative Squad. His cases resulted in over $1 Billion in asset recoveries which were returned to victims of fraud. Mr. Barnacle’s next assignment was a supervisor position in the Economic Crimes Unit at FBI Headquarters. In 2013, Mr. Barnacle was promoted to a field supervisor in the New York Field Office where he supervised a public corruption squad. Mr. Barnacle was promoted to his current position in November, 2015.