Michael Rosenberry was appointed the director of the Bureau of Enforcement and Investigation (BEI) on April 21, 2019.
As BEI director, Rosenberry is responsible for administrative and managerial work in all aspects of planning and directing administrative services of BEI, including the bureau's five regional offices. The Director is also responsible for ensuring compliance with the laws, rules and regulations of the various professions and entities under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, as well as ensuring the health and safety of regulated persons and the public.
Rosenberry came to the Department of State with nearly 33 years of criminal and regulatory investigation experience. He retired from the Chambersburg Police Department having served as a patrol supervisor, detective, narcotics agent, K-9 handler and assistant team leader for the Special Emergency Team. He is a nationally accredited Master Trainer of Police Canines in patrol functions and narcotics detection.
Prior to joining the Department of State, Rosenberry was a deputy director for the Bureau of Investigations and Enforcement with the PA Gaming Control Board. He served with that agency for over 13 years and oversaw all investigations of the Northeast, Central and Western regions of Pennsylvania.
Rosenberry was formerly a Sergeant with the 82nd Airborne Division of the United States Army having served domestically and globally.
He now lives in Harrisburg with his wife Amy.