February 01, 2016
Louisville Press Office
Governor Matt Bevin Addresses Louisville FBI
Today, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin visited the Louisville Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) at the invitation of Special Agent in Charge Howard S. Marshall. The governor first met with executive management and received a briefing on various national security and criminal investigative programs.
Governor Bevin then addressed the special agents and professional staff of the Louisville FBI Field Office, expressing his gratitude for the work done by those employees. The governor noted the FBI’s efforts touch many Kentuckians and the commonwealth. Citing the state’s motto of “United We Stand, Divided We Fall,” Governor Bevin pledged to work hand and glove with the FBI on matters of common interest.