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John G. Raucci Wikipedia
John G. Raucci is the former Assistant Director of the FBI's Human Resources Division, previously working as Special Agent in Charge (SAC) in the Jackson, Mississippi Field Office.
A 25-year veteran of the FBI, John Raucci was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He earned both his undergraduate degree (Business Administration) and his graduate degree from colleges in the state of Illinois, and also earned a law degree from the Detroit College of Law. Raucci joined the FBI in 1987 as a Special Agent, his field operation assignments have included Phoenix, Arizona; Detroit, Michigan; and Chicago, Illinois, Field Offices. During those assignments, Mr. Raucci gained experience in Indian Country violations, Violent crimes, Counterintelligence and Drug matters.
Raucci was promoted to FBI Headquarters in 1998 and assigned to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). He served there until November 1999, then transferred to the Inspection Division.
In July 2000, he was assigned to the Chicago Filed Office as a Field Supervisor over an Organized Crime Squad, followed by his promotion to Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC), where he managed Chicago's five Counterterrorism Squads, O'Hare and Midway Airports and a Resident Agency.
In June 2003, he assumed responsibilities as the Chicago Administrative ASAC.
In March 2004, Raucci was named Section Chief of Security Operations in the Security Division at FBI Headquarters. Director Mueller appointed him as SAC of the Jackson, Mississippi, Division in April 2005. In December 2006, Raucci was promoted to the position/rank of Assistant Director overseeing, among other things, the administrative services of the FBI. In July 2009, Raucci was selected to oversee FBI operations in London, England, and to serve as the FBI on-scene executive for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Raucci retired from the FBI in September 2012, and returned to the private practice of law in Chicago, Illinois. Raucci is married and has four adult children.