SBI Leadership

SBI Director Bob Schurmeier

Bob Schurmeier was sworn in as the Director of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation in July of 2016.  Schurmeier grew up in Charlotte and later attended UNC-Chapel Hill.  After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in political science, Schurmeier joined the Charlotte Police Department.  That agency became the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in 1993, merging the Charlotte Police Department with the Mecklenburg County Police Department.
Schurmeier spent 21 years in the upper command ranks of CMPD.  He served as Deputy Chief of police for more than 11 years.  He also served as Interim Chief of police for six months.  Schurmeier gained experience in all four major commands of the department, but spent most of his time in the Patrol, Investigations, and Vice and Narcotics Divisions.  While at CMPD, he was an active member of the North Carolina Police Executives Association and the North Carolina Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates.  He served as president for a time, for both associations.
Schurmeier has more than 3,000 hours of law enforcement training.  He is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police, (2nd Session); the FBI National Academy, (159th Session); and the Secret Service Dignitary Protection School.
After a full career with CMPD, Schurmeier co-founded US ISS Agency LLC -- a security and investigative consulting business in Charlotte.  With others, Schurmeier grew the business to a successful enterprise with offices in Huntersville, N.C., Charleston, S.C., and Miami, Fla.  The business was established on the foundation of integrity, knowledge and experience.
Schurmeier is incredibly grateful for his appointment as SBI Director and the confidence shown in him by the General Assembly and the Governor’s Office.  He hopes to apply the experience he has gained in founding and growing a small start-up business and more than two decades of law enforcement management expertise, to improve, streamline and support the SBI.

Assistant Director Professional Standards Division - Vacant

Assistant Director Field Operations Division - Vacant

Assistant Director Special Operations Division - Kelly Page

Kelly Page was named Assistant Director of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation in January of 2019.  Page graduated magna cum laude from North Carolina State University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry.  She began her law enforcement career with the SBI in 2001.  Her first assignment was with the Crime Lab where she was a Forensic Drug Chemist from 2001 to 2005.  From 2005 to 2015, Page was assigned to the Special Services Unit where she worked a variety of drug cases with an emphasis on clandestine labs where illegal drugs are manufactured.  In 2015, she was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Clandestine Laboratory Response Unit where she oversaw the state’s response to clandestine labs.  Page has worked extensively on developing and providing advanced drug training on a variety of topics.  She is an accomplished trainer and has provided expert testimony in state and federal courts.  
Page has also helped shape legislation and SBI policies for the past few years.  She is known for her analytical skills and attention to detail.  She was also an original member of the SBI Fugitive Tracking Program.  In 2005, Page was awarded both the NC Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association Special Award of Honor and the International Narcotic Officers Association Special Award of Honor.  As Assistant Director, she oversees the Special Operations Division which includes the Training Section, Diversion and Environmental Crimes Unit (DECU), Special Services Unit, Special Programs and Airwing. 

Assistant Director Intelligence and Technical Services - Kevin Tabron

Kevin Tabron was named Assistant Director of the North Carolina State Bureau in March of 2021.  Tabron graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice.  He began his law enforcement career with the Wilmington Police Department in January of 1999, where he worked patrol, the street team unit and the narcotics division.

In 2006, Tabron graduated from the 36th SBI Special Agent Academy and was assigned to the Coastal District.  During that time, he worked drug and criminal investigations.  In 2008, he was assigned to the FBI Safe Streets Task Force where he assisted with investigating violent gang members and drug traffickers.  As part of Wilmington Safe Streets, Tabron and his colleagues were awarded the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) case of the year for operation “Don Quixote.”  In 2013, Tabron was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Coastal District.  During that time, he conducted public corruption investigations and officer involved shootings.  Tabron was later promoted to Special Agent in Charge of the Coastal District in 2018.

As Assistant Director, Tabron oversees the Computer Crimes Unit, NC Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAAC), Behavioral Threat Assessment (BeTA) Unit, Technical Services and the Financial Crimes Unit.

Human Resources Director Vacant 

Public Information Director Angie Grube

Angie Grube joined the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation as the Public Information Director in February of 2019.  Grube is a North Carolina native.  She grew up in the small town of Lilesville in Anson County.  She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) where she received her bachelor’s degree in journalism.  After graduating from UNC-CH, Grube began a career in television news as an intern for WSOC-TV in Charlotte, NC.  She then landed her first reporting job in Florence, South Carolina, at WPDE.  She would later take a position at the then startup Time Warner Cable news station, News 14 Carolina (now known as Spectrum News), as a reporter and fill-in anchor.  From the Carolinas, Grube’s career took her down south to Miami, Florida, where she worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor.  Eventually, she made her way back to Charlotte as a weekend anchor at WCNC before becoming a morning and evening anchor at the station.

Grube’s 17 years of television news experience led her to cover numerous events including breaking news, hurricanes, presidential elections, major sporting events like Super Bowl XLI in Miami and the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada.  In 2016, she left her career in television news to continue using those skills in a different setting as the public information manager for the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office in Charlotte where she led the communications team. 

As Public Information Director, Grube oversees the SBI’s communications and marketing strategic plans as well as internal and external communications including the news media and social media.


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