Deputy Director of Homeland Security
Governor's Public Safety Policy Advisor
Tim Roemer currently serves as the State of Arizona’s Deputy Director of Homeland Security and as Governor Ducey’s Public Safety Policy Advisor. Mr. Roemer has served in his current role since January 2015.
As the Governor’s Public Safety Advisor, Mr. Roemer helps lead statewide efforts to improve border security, enhance cybersecurity capabilities, reduce recidivism, combat the opioid epidemic, decrease traffic fatalities, and fight human trafficking.
Prior to his current roles, Mr. Roemer served the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for over ten years. Mr. Roemer served the final two years of his CIA career as a nonpartisan detailee to the White House Situation Room where he provided critical national security updates to the President, Vice President, and National Security Council. As a Watch Analyst in the world’s most premier operations center, Mr. Roemer briefed senior U.S. policy makers on a diverse range of national security related issues.
Mr. Roemer graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a minor in Political Science.