Michael _Breslin

Michael Breslin

Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Investigations, United States Secret Service

Michael Breslin currently serves as a Deputy Assistant Director of the United States Secret Service’s Office of Investigation and oversees the planning and coordination of the investigative responsibilities of the Secret Service. Mr. Breslin provides strategic guidance to headquarter divisions, domestic and foreign field offices consisting of approximately 3,000 personnel.
Prior to this assignment, Mr. Breslin served as the Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service’s Criminal Investigative Division where he oversaw the planning and coordination of domestic and international criminal investigations involving counterfeiting, financial, electronic and cybercrimes. Mr. Breslin was responsible for the administration and resourcing of 39 Electronic Crime Task Forces and 46 Financial Crimes Task Forces. Mr. Breslin served as the Event Coordinator for the National Special Security Event Papal visit to Philadelphia in September 2015 and was appointed directly by the Secretary of Homeland Security to serve as the Federal Coordinator for the Papal Visit to the Mexico-U.S. Border in 2016.

Mr. Breslin’s undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts from Saint John’s University. He holds a Master of Science Degree in National Security Resource Strategy and a Graduate Certificate in Business Transformation and Decision Making from The Industrial College of the Armed Forces and a Master of Public Administration from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In January 2015, he completed The Key Executive Leader Certificate program at American University’s School of Public Affairs. Mr. Breslin is a member of the Senior Executive Service.


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