St. Louis FBI boss to take over security at SLU
By St. Louis Public Radio
St. Louis – The head of the FBI office in St. Louis is retiring from his government job and taking over as security chief at Saint Louis University.
Roland Corvington will start work at SLU on September 7th. He's been with the FBI since 1987, and was incident commander of the United Flight 93 crime scene on September 11th.
In a news release SLU President Father Lawrence Biondi says the campus is safe, but Corvington will help make it even safer.