Captain Jennings is a retired special agent with the FBI’s Westchester Resident Agency. He served as acting supervisory special agent of the FBI’s Organized Crime Squad, where he was lead case agent on several multi-year, complex organized crime investigations. Over his 22-year career with the FBI, Jennings investigated homicides, drug trafficking, racketeering, money laundering, and weapons trafficking violations. Throughout his career, he was lead case agent on investigations that focused on the criminal activity of the Genovese, Gambino, Luchese and Bonanno crime families as well as Easter European organized crime, resulting in the prosecution of more than 150 defendants. He is also an FBI Firearms Instructor.
The Captain of BCI’s work involves direct responsibility for all criminal investigations in the Sheriff’s Department. This position is at the second level of authority in the Sheriff’s Department. The incumbent has direct responsibility for operations of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Narcotics Task Force, Identification and Forensics Bureau and related units. Responsibilities include managing work assignments, research and development on programs involving criminal law enforcement, conducting administrative inquiries and direction/administration of planning and research. Work is performed under direction of and assignment by the Sheriff and Undersheriff with extensive leeway for use of independent judgement.