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MADISON - Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has appointed David Matthews to be the new Director of the Investigative Services Bureau within DCI.
Director Matthews has been a law enforcement officer since 1978 and began his Wisconsin law enforcement career in 1985 as a Trooper with the Wisconsin State Patrol. In 1988 he joined DCI as a Special Agent. His assignments over the years have included work in narcotics, money laundering, computer crimes and supervision.
Since 2003 Director Matthews has been assigned to the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), where his duties included forensic computer examination and online undercover work in the Peer to Peer networks.
In his new position he will oversee the ICAC Task Force as well as the Wisconsin State Information Center (WISC).
"David has a long and impressive career of working with the Wisconsin Department of Justice," said Van Hollen. "He is well respected throughout the Department. David is a great manager and the Wisconsin Department of Justice is fortunate to have him.