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  • 1. Law Enforcement
    Federal Agencies
    By: Robert Lampkin
  • 2. What Is A federal Agency?
    An federal law enforcement agency consists of highly educated individuals who have nation-wide jurisdiction so that they can enforce federal laws.
  • 3. What will be covered?
    Unlike the booklet, which only briefly covers 5 federal law enforcement agencies, this PowerPoint presentation will cover
    10, which will include
    pictures and videos!
  • 4. Drug Enforcement Administration
    The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States.
    The DEA is also responsible for bringing down the those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States.
    In some cases, DEA jurisdiction stretches to other countries in order to take down drug rings and drug kingpins!
  • 5. DEA in ACTION
    Early Morning Drug Bust
  • 6. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
    The ATF is a law enforcement that protects our communities from violent criminals, criminal organizations, the illegal use and trafficking of firearms, the illegal use and storage of explosives, acts of arson and bombings, acts of terrorism, and the illegal production of alcohol and tobacco products
    The ATF is also work VERY closely with law enforcement agencies around to promote safety around the United States!
  • 7. ATF in ACTION
    ATF agents shoot out involving individuals with a cache of weapons
  • 8. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
    ICE is responsible for the homeland security and public safety through the criminal and civil enforcement of federal laws governing border control, customs, trade, and immigration.
    ICE operates out of the U.S and 47 different foreign countries!
    ICE is the 2nd largest federal agency with a annual budget of $5.7 BILLION dollars! Most of the money is used for Homeland security investigations and Enforcement and Removal operations (finding and removing threats to the nation)
  • 9. ICE in ACTION
    Finding of illegal immigrants
    Maintaining peace in a large protest
    Detaining a group of illegal immigrants
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • 10. Central Intelligence Agency
    CIA is responsible for collecting intelligence through human sources and by other appropriate means.
    The CIA may also engage in covert action at the President's direction in accordance with law.
    Forging stronger partnerships between the several
    intelligence collection disciplines and all-source
    analysis.
    CIA also carry out missions on foreign territories,
    usually involving assassination missions to take out
    high profile terrorists with the use of drone planes or guns.
    CIA is more secret than the Secret Service!
  • 11. CIA in ACTION
    Typical CIA work place
    CIA agents speaking to each other.
    As you can see from the pictures, faces are not shown. Most CIA agents are prohibited from telling people that they work for the CIA (including family).
  • 12. Federal Bureau of Investigation
    The FBI is responsible for the following…
    Protect the United States from terrorist attack (Main priority)
    Protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and spies
    Protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes (Credit Card fraud mostly)
    Combat public corruption at all levels (local, state, federal)
    Combat transnational/national criminal organizations and enterprises (ex: Mexican Mafia)
    Combat major white-collar crime (Crimes committed by business people, usually involving millions of dollars.)
    Combat significant violent crime
    Support federal, state, local and international partners.
    Handling cases that local or state law enforcement agencies can’t handle due to lack of resources.
  • 13. FBI in ACTION
    FBI task force raid
    FBI standard office (24 hour shifts)
    FBI agent investigating a crime
    FBI agent making arrests in Puerto Rico
    FBI agent trainees learning
    FBI shootout
  • 14. FBI in ACTION Continued…...
    FBI Michigan Raid new cast.
  • 15. Secret Service
    Secret Service main responsibility is the protection of the President of the United States, former presidents and important high ranking government officials.
    Secret Service agents are designated drivers for the people they’re protecting. The drivers are highly trained to drive in any and every situation.
    Investigate crimes that involve financial institution fraud, computer and telecommunications fraud, false identification documents, access device fraud, advance fee fraud, electronic funds transfers and money laundering.
    Primarily investigate crimes involving counterfeiting money.
    Required to speak with you in person if you make a death threat toward the president (whether you are joking or not.)
  • 16. Secret Service ACTION
    Protecting President Obama
    Presidential limos under protection
    Investigating Credit Card Frauds
  • 17. U.S Marshals Service
    U.S Marshals provide federal courts with protection.
    Protect federal witnesses
    Transport federal prisoners
    Provide federal protection to judges
    Supervise criminal assets (evidence room)
    Investigate Federal crimes
    Track and arrest federal fugitives across the United States and U.S owned territories.
  • 18. Marshals in ACTION
    U.S Marshals conducting surveillance
  • 19. Federal Air Marshals (TSA)
    Transportation Security Administration
    TSA is responsible detecting, deterring, and defeating hostile acts targeting U.S. air carriers, airports, passengers, and crews.
    Operates independently without backup while blending in with the population inside of a plane. They are carrying a hand gun for protection of the plane
    Must conduct searches of bags and scan your body to make sure your not hiding anything that is
    prohibited on planes.
    Set rules and policies for airports
  • 20. TSA in ACTION
    performing a thorough pat-down
    Kids are no exception
    performing a VERY thorough pat-down
  • 21. TSA in ACTION
    Continued…….
    Aggressive Pat Downs
  • 22. Border Patrol
    CBP is responsible for keeping terrorists and weapons out of the United States.
    Responsible for securing and facilitating trade and travel while enforcing U.S regulations, which includes immigration and drug laws.
    Search some cars going in and out of the United States boundaries
    Act as ‘police’ to towns located near the border.
    Patrol borders of the United States using planes, boats, vehicles, and other sophisticated technology.
  • 23. CBP in ACTION
    Drug Bust!!!
    CBP Special Response team
    Drug Dog
    Patrolling in any weather.
  • 24. United States Park Police
    NPS is responsible for preventing and detecting criminal activity,
    Conduct investigations,
    Apprehend individuals suspected of committing offenses against Federal, State and local laws,
    Providing protection to the President of the United States and visiting dignitaries
    Providing protective services to some of the most recognizable monuments and memorials in the world.
    Providing law enforcement services to designated areas within the National Park Service
  • 25. Thank You For Showing Interest In My Research Topic!
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    http://www.clker.com/clipart-12189.html - picture of cartoon hand with drugs DEA
    http://images.clipartof.com/thumbnails/7276-Medicine-Pill-Capsule-Mascot-Cartoon-Character-Holding-A-Stop-Sign-Poster-Art-Print.jpg
    http://atf.gov/
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