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

Jason C. Krayl

Deputy Chief, New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice/ NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness

Eradicate Hate:

Jason C. Krayl was promoted to Deputy Chief of Detectives for the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice (NJDCJ) and Bureau Chief of the Operations Bureau at the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJ OHSP) in July 2023, after serving in an acting capacity in that role since March 2023. As the Chief of the NJ OHSP Operations Bureau, the office’s law enforcement component, Deputy Chief Krayl leads the Operations Bureau’s efforts in detecting and disrupting terrorist activity and acts of targeted violence. In January 2022, Deputy Chief Krayl was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, where he served as a deputy to then Deputy Chief Pullen. Prior to that, Deputy Chief Krayl was assigned to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF), Newark Division, from 2011 until 2021. During his tenure on the JTTF, Deputy Chief Krayl worked a number of high profile International and Domestic terrorism investigations and did a 15 month TDY with the FBI Counterterrorism Division’s International Terrorism Operations Section (ITOS) in Northern Virginia. Deputy Chief Krayl joined NJ OHSP in 2006 and graduated from the NJDCJ Basic Course for Investigators in 2007. Deputy Chief Krayl holds a Master of Science Degree from New York University in Global Affairs with a concentration in Transnational Security and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Monmouth University in History and Political Science.


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