Harry Humbert has served as the Director of the Office of Law Enforcement and Security for the Department of the Interior since August 2013, providing policy guidance and oversight of law enforcement, security and intelligence programs for DOI law enforcement personnel nationwide.
Mr. Humbert's career in law enforcement began in 1978 with his enlistment in the U.S. Army's Military Police Corps. During his more than 21 year career, he became a Special Agent with the Army's Criminal Investigation Division and a federally-certified Polygraph Examiner, ultimately achieving the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Three before his retirement.
Mr. Humbert then joined the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Office of Criminal Investigations as a Special Agent/Polygraph Program Manager, and was later named Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the FDA's Washington Metro Field Office. He subsequently served with the Department of the Interior as Director for Program Integrity in the Office of the Inspector General before returning to the FDA as Deputy Director of the Office of Criminal Investigations.
Mr. Humbert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Albany, and graduated from the 191st Session of FBI's National Academy in 1997.