Slotter, a 21-year veteran of the FBI, took over the San Diego office in May 2007. He doesn't see much fieldwork anymore, having taken on more of an administrative role.
Slotter has spent the majority of his FBI career investigating a variety of white-collar criminal matters, including bank fraud, securities fraud and public corruption. He's worked in FBI offices in Buffalo, Miami, New Haven, Conn., Cleveland and Sacramento.
While an assistant special agent in charge of the Cleveland office, he implemented the FBI's national white-collar crime strategy. In the mid-'90s, he also initiated a Miami investigation that evolved into a national operation, code named "Senior Sentinel," which became one of the most successful undercover cases in law enforcement history. It resulted in the arrest of more than 1,200 individuals.