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Highlights from the 2023 Eradicate Hate Global Summit: Media | Video

Andrew Evans

Andrew Evans

Superintendent, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Minnesota Department of Public Safety

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Drew Evans was named the Superintendent of the BCA in 2015. Prior to this role, Evans worked for the BCA Investigations Division: Homicide Unit as a special agent and senior special agent where he conducted and oversaw violent crime investigations throughout Minnesota. He most recently served as the BCA Assistant Superintendent from 2012 to his appointment as superintendent. Evans also served as a police officer for the city of White Bear Lake where he held a variety of roles, last as a detective, prior to joining the BCA. He is as an adjunct professor at both St. Mary’s University of Minnesota and Metropolitan State University in their criminal justice and law enforcement programs.

Evans is a graduate of Metropolitan State University and received his Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law. He is both a licensed peace officer and attorney in the state of Minnesota. He is an alumnus of the 257th Session of the FBI National Academy, has completed the IACP Leadership in Police Organizations program, and is a graduate of the BCA Management Series.

Evans serves numerous boards and committees to include the Minnesota POST Board, the Minnesota Violent Crime Coordinating Council, the U.S. Attorney’s Project Safe Neighborhoods Steering Committee, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) – Police Investigative Operations Committee, serves as vice president of Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies (ASCIA) and chairs ASCIA’s Use of Force Investigations Committee, and the North Central High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) where he previously served as both the vice chair and chair of the North Central HIDTA.


The Summit unites the public and private sectors, domestic and international, against hate and extremism. Researchers, activists, lawyers, technology experts, political leaders, and more come together, each bringing their unique tools to the fight. Important relationships that were established at the Summit in 2021 have carried forward into working groups with concrete deliverables for 2022 and beyond.

Mary McCord Visiting Professor of Law and Executive Director, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP), Georgetown University Law Center