Special Agent | FBI
Special Agent Anne C. Beagan recently transferred to the Los Angeles Field Office (LAFO) of the FBI after 22 years in the New York Field Office (NYO).
SA Beagan has assisted on dozens of television series, feature films, books and magazine articles relating to the FBI or FBI personnel. She has also successfully developed liaison relationships with the media, publishing, motion picture, television and entertainment industries to promote FBI accomplishments and ensure that depictions of the FBI are accurate and factual in regard to FBI policies and practices.
SA Beagan curated two historical exhibits in the NYO to showcase the history and great work of the NYO to employees and official visitors.
SA Beagan coordinated the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) 35th Anniversary event and subsequent media stories surrounding the founding of the NYO JTTF.
SA Beagan has served as the NY liaison to both the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York as well as the Newseum in Washington, DC.
For 8 years she served as the Special Events Coordinator under the NY Counterterrorism Division responsible for the coordination of dozens of high-visibility NY Special Events including 3 National Special Security Events (NSSEs) - the 2002 U.N. General Assembly, the 2002 World Economic Forum, which was held in NY as a sign of solidarity to the United States after the events of 9/11, and the 2004 Republican National Convention.
She has served as the Protocol Officer to the NYO Special Agent-in-Charge of Counterterrorism managing and coordinating all official visits to the JTTF, including heads of federal and state agencies and foreign delegations. She also coordinated speaking engagements and presentations by, and to, the JTTF, and facilitated Executive Board Meetings.
After 9/11 SA Beagan was assigned as the FBI liaison to the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management.
Temporary assignments have included: assignment to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and the GTMO Task Force at FBI Headquarters (HQ), HQ International Operations Division and the HQ Office of Public Affairs Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit.
Her initial assignment to the NYO in 1996 was in the Criminal Division working white collar crimes, civil rights and crimes against children matters.