Thomas Flynn

Tom brings with him over 25 years of military and federal law enforcement experience with over 20 years dedicated to the United States Secret Service. He served as a Special Agent in assignments that included the Cleveland Field Office, New York Field Office, Presidential Protective Division, 2012 Presidential Campaign Operations Section, Dignitary Protective Division, and as a Supervisory Special Agent in the United States Secret Service’s Training Academy and the Newark Field Office.

Tom’s protective experience included permanent assignments on both the President Bush and President Obama protective details. He has investigated a wide range of financial crimes that include counterfeit money, identity theft, money laundering, and credit card fraud. Tom supervised the Cyber Fraud Task Force at the Newark Field Office from 2016-2020 where he oversaw complex international cyber investigations that include network intrusions, account takeovers, business email compromises and other cyber schemes that target the financial infrastructure of the United States.

In April of 2020, Tom was promoted to the Assistant Special in Charge of the New York Field Office where he manages all USSS led investigations in the New York district. In his current position Tom remains an integral part NY/NJ Cyber Crimes Task Force where he acts as a liaison between the United States Secret Service and over 400 members from the private sector. Tom holds an undergraduate degree in Law and Society and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.