K. Andrew Wroblewski is a Supervisory Special Agent with the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) currently assigned as the Acting Assistant Director for the Threat Investigations and Analysis Directorate. Mr. Wroblewski is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Minister-Counselor.
In his current position, Mr. Wroblewski leads DSS programs that analyze, assess, generate, investigate, and disseminate all-source information on threats directed against U.S. diplomatic personnel overseas and domestically.
Prior to this assignment, Mr. Wroblewski was the Special Agent in Charge of the Washington Field Office with responsibility for establishing criminal investigative priorities in the national capital region and DSS resident offices in adjacent states, as well as providing support for the DSS broader mission of facilitating the protection of foreign dignitaries and U.S. diplomats both domestically and abroad.
Before returning to the United States, Mr. Wroblewski was the Minister-Counselor for Diplomatic Security for the U.S. Mission to China. As the senior U.S. law enforcement representative in China, Mr. Wroblewski served as the principal advisor to the ambassador on all security issues. He also led all DSS counterintelligence, counterterrorism, criminal investigation, and technical security programs. Mr. Wroblewski’s team in China included DSS special agents, security engineering officers, security technical specialists, Navy Seabees, Marine Security Guards, and local security staff assigned to the U.S. Embassy and Consulates.
Previous overseas postings include Ankara, Turkey; New Delhi, India; Asmara, Eritrea; and Nassau, Bahamas. Domestic postings include DSS headquarters and the New York Field office.
Mr. Wroblewski grew up in Kansas and received a Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University of Kansas.