Dan Bermingham retired from the FBI after 26 years of service, the first sixteen years in the Dallas Division of the FBI. Dan Bermimgham was initially tasked with the investigation of Foreign Counter Intelligence (FCI) matters, International Terrorism and Domestic Terrorism matters. He was then assigned to investigate Violent Crime cases which included Bank Robberies, Kidnappings, Extortions, and Fugitive matters. For eleven of these sixteen years Dan Bermingham was a member the of the Dallas FBI SWAT team. While in Dallas, Dan Bermingham traveled nationally and internationally in support of these investigations.

Dan Bermingham was then promoted and assigned to the FBI’s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC), Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) at Quantico, Virginia. While assigned to the BAU, Dan Bermingham was charged with assisting Federal, State and Local law enforcement agencies in the investigation of bizarre and repetitive crimes to include: Serial Killer cases, Serial Sexual Assault cases, Mass/School Shootings incidents, Missing Person cases, Cold Case Homicides, and Intimate Partner Violence cases, to name a few. Dan Bermingham also assisted Investigators with Interview/Investigative Strategies and conducted Training/Research into the above listed matters. He also conducted Threat Assessments concerning potentially violent individuals/situations to include Work Place Violence situations and potential School/Mass Shooters. Dan Bermingham travelled extensively, both nationally and internationally, to support law enforcement with the above matters.

Prior to entering the FBI, Dan Bermingham was an Officer in the United States Air Force, serving in the Strategic Air Command (SAC). Dan Bermingham graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Business Administration and holds an MPA from Golden Gate University.