Jarod Koopman

Director of Cyber Crimes
IRS

Profile

Jarod Koopman was named the Cyber Crime Director for the Department of the Treasury IRS-Criminal Investigation in June 2016. In this capacity, Jarod established a new investigative section within CI and will continue to focus priority on this emerging trend. His primary function will be the oversight and management of cyber-related activities at a national level. This will consist of close interaction with the HQ sections, senior leadership and other law enforcement partners both domestic and international.

Jarod began his IRS career in 2001 as a Special Agent in Rochester, New York before taking over as the Supervisor there in 2010. He was selected for the Accelerated Senior Leadership Program (ASLP) the following year. In 2012, he went to Washington DC as a Senior Analyst in Refund Crimes where he focused on Virtual Currency and Identity Theft before being selected as the Asst. Special Agent in Charge for the Chicago Field Office in 2013. From June 2014 until his current role, Jarod served as the Special Agent in Charge of the Detroit Field Office. As such, he oversaw and directed all CI investigative activities in the state of Michigan. Under his leadership, the Detroit FO successfully produced outstanding results and efforts that garnered recognition at both the regional and national levels.

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