Todd Bagby

Todd Bagby joined the United States Secret Service in 1989 after serving four years with the Florence (KY) Police Department. Mr. Bagby retired in November 2015 after a distinguished career with the Secret Service that included Special Agent assignments in the Cincinnati and Detroit Field Offices followed by the Presidential Protective Division and the Counter Assault Team in Washington DC under President William J. Clinton.

Mr. Bagby excelled as the Secret Service National Fitness Coordinator when assigned to the James J. Rowley Training Center located in Beltsville, MD. While at the Rowley Training Center he also served as an Emergency Medical Technician and Lead Course Coordinator to both newly hired special agents and existing special agents in the areas of Protective Operations and Control Tactics.

In 2001, Mr. Bagby was an Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Vice President’s Protective Division under Vice President Richard B. Cheney. He served as the Second Lady’s Detail Leader coordinating the operational security of the family while in Washington, DC and during trips worldwide that included many complex site vulnerability assessments. Mr. Bagby also acted in a leadership role in the security of the Vice President’s family during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

In 2004, Mr. Bagby was assigned to the Dayton Ohio Resident Office where he served as the Resident Agent in Charge. He was also entrusted as the Secret Service’s Financial Crimes and Electronic Crimes Task Force in the Southern District of Ohio successfully leading agents and police officers in several high level criminal investigations. Additionally, Mr. Bagby is well established as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Dayton teaching criminal justice studies.

Mr. Bagby earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology from Eastern Kentucky University in 1985 and performed executive studies at Johns Hopkins University’s Executive Leadership Program in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Bagby is married with 2 children and resides in Mason, Ohio.