Roland Corvington, special agent in charge of the FBI in St. Louis, will retire and become head of public safety at St. Louis University in mid-September, the school announced.
Corvington, an FBI agent since 1987, will be the assistant vice president and director of public safety and security services, reporting to Bill Kauffman, vice president and general counsel.
In St. Louis, Corvington supervised an FBI staff of 170 employees who covered more than 50 counties in eastern Missouri from seven offices. In the past, Corvington was the FBI's chief security officer and directed the New Agents Training Program at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va.