David Cohen (CIA)
He served as the CIA's Deputy Director for Operations from 1995 to 1997.
Cohen became deputy commissioner for intelligence at the New York Police Department after the Sept. 11 attacks, and turned to his former agency for counterterrorism staff. The inspector general’s office of the CIA, which is not permitted to engage in domestic surveillance, began an investigation in August 2011 after The Associated Press published an article about the agency’s relationship with the Police Department’s intelligence division.
- MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG AND POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY ANNOUNCE APPOINTMENT OF DAVID COHEN IN NEWLY-CREATED POST OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF INTELLIGENCE, Office of the Mayor, City of New York, 24 January 2002.
- Charlie Savage, C.I.A. Report Finds Concerns With Ties to New York Police, CIA, 26 June 2013.