Former HSI Special Agent
Glenn Karabeika recently retired as a Special Agent with the Homeland Security Investigations Counterproliferation Investigations Unit.
Homeland Security. Special Agent Karabeika spent over 30 years with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its predecessor, the U.S. Customs Service in the Pacific Northwest and in New York. His focus were cases and federal court testimony in cases across the United States on individuals and organizations for violations of the Arms Export Control Act, International Emergency Economic Powers Act, EAR, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), customs law violations, International Trafficking in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Currency and Monetary Instrument Reporting, international money laundering, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), and financial crimes.
National Security & Export Control. Glenn is a top-tier expert and presenter on export control, counter-proliferation, and defense manufacturing. He assists clients to review (or restore) ITAR and OFAC compliance as well as offers his substantial expertise in national security and international trade investigations involving ITAR, OFAC sanctions, goods and military equipment to embargoed nations or countries in which an export license was not obtained prior to export.
Education & Training. Special Agent Karabeika’s special operations training include the Criminal Investigator Training Program, Electronic Intelligence Surveillance, Reid Interview and Interrogation, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, Counter Proliferation Missile Workshop, the Manhattan Project Counter-Proliferation Investigations Training, and Counter Proliferation Investigations Training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and through state and federal special programs.