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Arthur Roderick

Law Enforcement Media Consultant
Art’s career in law enforcement spans almost 40 years. He served 25 of those years in the U.S. Marshals, retiring in 2008 as Assistant Director for Investigations, Senior Executive Service (SES), and formerly, as the Chief of Staff.

Upon retiring from the U. S. Marshals, Art served as Deputy Director for Operations for the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice.

From June of 2015 through December of 2018, Art became a familiar face to millions as CNN’s on-air Law Enforcement Analyst. Prior to CNN, he spent seven years as the Law Enforcement Policy Advisor and Deputy Assistant Director assigned to Washington, D.C. Operations with Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC). He represented the FLETC Director as liaison to DHS Headquarters, Congress, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and was the International Liaison for DHS to the National Security Staff, Department of Justice and other federal agencies.

During the course of his long and distinguished career, Art has appeared on numerous law enforcement programs including multiple episodes of “America’s Most Wanted” & “Unsolved Mysteries”. In 2015, Art executive produced and starred in The History Channel’s award-nominated Special “Alcatraz; Search for the Truth” and its follow-up Special “Alcatraz; The Lost Evidence” in 2018. Most recently, Art executive produced and starred in NBC/Oxygen Network’s highly rated 6-part investigative series “The Disappearance of Maura Murray” and continues to work with many networks including Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, and the Travel Channel. Currently, Art has a slate of highly anticipated projects in development for television, film and digital streaming media.

Prior to his distinguished career in federal law enforcement, Art was a local police officer in Massachusetts after serving in the U.S. Army as a Military Policeman. He is a native of Provincetown, Massachusetts and worked in the family business as a commercial fisherman during his high school and college years.