Electronic Crimes Task Force
U.S. Secret Service
Electronic Crimes Task Force, U.S. Secret Service
Timothy Hunt has been a member of the United States Secret Service since 2004. He is currently the supervisor of the USSS Seattle Field Office Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF). This task force is a strategic partnership of local, state, and federal law enforcement entities, as well and partners from private industry and academia. The goal of the ECTF is to identify, prosecute, and suppress technology-based criminal activity
Before his current assignment, Timothy served as the squad leader for the USSS Covert Telecommunications Intercept Group. This group conducted Title III wiretaps and court-ordered pen registers, pursuant to relevant legal process, on telephone and computer networks in order to further USSS and partner investigations.
Timothy also previously served as a member of the USSS Seattle Field Office ECTF where he conducted forensic examinations of electronic media for evidence of criminal activity, and worked cases with a nexus to computers and electronic crime.