Dan L. Vogel
is a retired FBI Special Agent with a Masters Degree in Administration of Justice and 27 years experience in Federal Law Enforcement
. During his FBI career, he worked white collar crime, international terrorism, violent crime, applicant processing, and media matters. Currently, Mr. Vogel is working as a Forensic Consultant on premises liability cases, murder, rape, abduction, crime statistics, FBI applicant matters, wrongful death, search and seizure, FBI policies and procedures, and excessive force
Mr. Vogel was responsible for responding to local, national, and international media as FBI spokesman in connection with investigation into the April 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. In December 2009, Mr. Vogel volunteered to assist in locating a child who was abducted in Oklahoma in 1968. The investigation located him in 2011 and DNA confirmed his identity. Mother and son have been re-united after 44 years.
Mr. Vogel has appeared on television programs “America’s Most Wanted”, “Current Affair”, “The History Channel”
and “Unsolved Mysteries”
, in connection with Oklahoma FBI cases. He has made numerous appearances on Oklahoma television and radio stations in connection with FBI investigative activities.
Teaching Experience (Partial)
- NCAVC Basic Criminal Investigative Analysis In-Service
- Fraud in Government Programs In-Service, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia
- Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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- Contributing author, “For Hospital Professionals: Guidelines on Preventing Abduction of Infants from the Hospital,” National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Arlington, Virginia, March 1991
- Contributing author, “National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime Field Coordinators Handbook”, published by the FBI, September 1996.