Mueller Announces The Appointment of Jonathan I.
Solomon as Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's
Miami Field Office
Director Robert S. Mueller today announced the appointment
of Jonathan I. Solomon as Special Agent in Charge
of the FBI's Miami Field Office.
Currently, Mr. Solomon is assigned as a Special
Assistant to the Director. Director Mueller said,
"Jon Solomon has provided outstanding counsel
on a variety of policy issues, particularly those
which are significant to the FBI's Agent population.
His wide ranging administrative and investigative
experience well suits him to head the Miami Field
Mr. Solomon was born in Brooklyn, New York, and
raised on Long Island. He attended the State University
of New York at Buffalo, graduating in 1980 with
a degree in Political Science. Mr. Solomon continued
his education attaining his Juris Doctor degree
from the State University of Buffalo at New York
in 1983. He was admitted to the New York State Bar
Association in February 1994.
Mr. Solomon entered on duty as a Special Agent with
the FBI in September 1983, and after new agents
training school, was assigned to the Kansas City
and Philadelphia Field Offices, working a variety
of criminal matters. In November 1991, he was promoted
to the position of Supervisory Special Agent in
the then Administrative Summary Unit, FBIHQ, where
he had responsibilities for the adjudication of
employee misconduct matters, performance related
issues, and inspection matters. In January 1994,
Mr. Solomon was promoted to the position of Chief
of the FBI's Transfer Unit, FBIHQ; and, in February
1999, he was designated as the Chief of the FBI's
Background Investigation Contract Service. In October
1999, Mr. Solomon was designated Assistant Special
Agent in Charge of the FBI's Tampa Field Office.
In April 2002, he was promoted to the position of
Special Assistant to the Executive Assistant Director
for Administration, FBIHQ. In this capacity, he
also provided assistance to the FBI Deputy Director.