Patricia M. Ferrick is the special agent in charge of the FBI's New Haven Division. Ms. Ferrick most recently served as acting special agent in charge of the Milwaukee Division.Ms. Ferrick began her career as a special agent with the FBI in September 1987. She first reported to the Pittsburgh Division, where she investigated organized crime and narcotics. In 1992, she transferred to the Miami Division and was assigned to investigate white-collar crime. While there, she led the formation of the first FBI/FEMA task force to combat government fraud related to Hurricane Andrew, which served as the model for similar task forces formed in response to subsequent disasters.
Prior to her appointment with the FBI, Ms. Ferrick was an officer with the New York City Police Department.