Harold A. Davis, Supervisory Special Agent
SSA Harold A. Davis was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduating high school in Houston, Texas, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a major in Finance from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Prior to joining the FBI, SSA Davis served for five years as a City of Houston Police Officer.
SSA Davis entered on duty as a Special Agent of the FBI on May 9, 1999. From 1999 through 2012, SSA Davis was assigned to the FBI Phoenix Field Office and spent his first two years working International Terrorism investigations. From 2001 through 2012, SSA Davis worked a variety of white collar crime violations including investment, securities, bank, mortgage and health care fraud. In Phoenix, SSA Davis specialized in complex Ponzi schemes, successfully leading a multi-agency investigation of a $160 million Ponzi scheme.
In 2010, SSA Davis served for two years as the Forfeiture Coordinator in Phoenix, providing assistance and guidance on all asset forfeiture matters.
In 2012, SSA Davis was promoted to FBIHQ and assigned to the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Unit. SSA Davis served as the FBI’s primary asset forfeiture program manager, while also supporting all 56 field offices on complex financial crime and money laundering matters. SSA Davis regularly provided domestic and international training on asset forfeiture and money laundering to FBI field offices, foreign law enforcement, and representatives from global financial institutions.
In July 2016, SSA Davis was promoted to Supervisor of the Financial Crimes Squad in New Orleans.