Chuck Bloodworth Senior Special Agent US Secret Service
Chuck Bloodworth has served over 17 years as U.S. Secret Service- Senior Special Agent, whose duties include the investigation of federal offenses, including, but not limited to, those involving bank fraud, credit card fraud, and counterfeit securities, and electronic or internet based crimes.
Mr. Bloodworth is currently assigned to the Atlanta Electronic Crime Task Force, with the primary responsibility in the examination of digital evidence. Additionally, he investigates and assists in investigations involving technology crimes which include but are not limited to: computer network intrusions, child pornography, hacking, production of false identification documents and counterfeit U.S. Currency, as well as the aforementioned financial related crimes. He is assigned to the Electronic Crimes Special Agent Program (ECSAP), the unit within the Secret Service responsible for forensic examinations.
He is also currently a Critical Systems Protection (CSP) Agent assigned to the President and Vice President Details to analyze and defend critical U.S. infrastructure against online threats with a focus on the USSS’s protective mission.