Patrick M. Davis serves as the Special Agent in Charge (SAIC) of the Birmingham Field Office, in Birmingham, Alabama. As the SAIC of the Birmingham Field Office, Mr. Davis oversees all the agency’s budgetary, investigative and protective operations in the BHM district. BHM encompasses three resident offices and five domicile offices, throughout Alabama and Mississippi.
Mr. Davis entered on duty with the U.S. Secret Service in September 2001 as a Special Agent in the Memphis Field Office. There he investigated cyber-enabled financial crimes and served as the agency’s representative to the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.
In 2008, Mr. Davis transferred to the Vice-Presidential Protective Division where he was ultimately promoted to Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of Vice-Presidential Protection in 2013. In that role he served as a shift leader and supervisor of the division’s Operations Section.
In November 2014, Mr. Davis was appointed to the position of Assistant Inspector in the Inspection Division, then ultimately appointed to Inspector in July of 2016. As an Inspector, he led teams of Inspectors and Assistant Inspectors in conducting internal investigations and compliance assessments of headquarters divisions, protective divisions, and field offices to ensure that policy, procedures, and best business practices were being followed. As a collateral assignment during the Presidential Campaign of 2016, he served as a supervisor for Presidential Candidate Donald J. Trump’s protective detail.
In July 2017, Mr. Davis was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAIC) in the Vice-Presidential Protective Division. During this assignment, he served as the Program Manager of the protective details for the Secretary of Treasury and Secretary of Homeland Security. He also served as the ASAIC and Acting Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Administration Section of the division, managing an annual operational budget of $10M.
Mr. Davis received an Associate of Arts from Northwest Mississippi Community College and a Bachelor of Public Administration from the University of Mississippi. He is also a graduate of American University’s Key Executive Leadership Program and the FBI’s National Executive Institute. Mr. Davis has more than 27 years of law enforcement experience.