1. Law Enforcement Intelligence-902970-91440031476957480935Federal and Military Law Enforcement Agencies and Intelligence CentersAnalyst: James E. GallagherClassification: Unclassified9/11/2009<br />Table of Contents<br /><ul><li>Air Force Office of Special Investigations ……………………………………………………………………...3
2. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms ……………………………………………………………………..4
3. Bureau of Diplomatic Security ….………………………………………………………………………………..5
4. Bureau of Indian Affairs Police ………….………………………………………………………………………6
5. Bureau of Industry and Security………………………………….……………………………………………….7
6. Bureau of Justice Statistics ……………………………………………….………………………………………8
7. Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service ………………………………………………..9
8. Customs and Border Protection …………………………………………………………………………………10
9. Defense Criminal Investigative Service …….…………………………………………………………………...11
10. Department of Defense Police ……………….………………………………………………………………….12
11. Drug Enforcement Administration …………………………………………………………………………..13-14
28. United States Customs Service……………………………………………………………………………….33-34
29. United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement…………………………………………………………..35
30. United States Pentagon Police……………….………………………………………………..............................36
31. United States Army Criminal Investigation Command …………………………..……………………………37
32. United States Capitol Police.…………………………………………………………………………………….38
33. United States Coast Guard Office of Law Enforcement ……………….…………………………………....39-40
34. United States Department of Veterans Affairs Police…………………………………………………………...41
35. United States Federal Protective Service ………………………………………………………………………..42
36. United States Federal Reserve Police……………………………………………………………….. ………….43
37. United States Fish & Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement…………………………………………….44
38. United States Marshals Service ....………..……………………………………………………………………..45
39. United States Mint Police ……………………………………………………………………….......................46
40. United States Park Rangers………………………………………………………………………………………47
41. United States Postal Service Inspector ....………………………………………………………....................48-49
42. United States Secret Service …………………………………………………………………….……………...50
43. USDA Forest Service Law Enforcement………………………………………………………………………...51
44. Analyst Contact Information…………………………………………………………………………………......52</li></ul>Cover Graphics: http://fairimmigration.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/lawenforcement.jpg<br />-287655-563880Air Force Office of Special Investigations<br />Source: http://www.kirtland.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=5588<br />AFOSI Mission Statement<br />To provide professional special investigative services for the protection of Air Force and DoD people, operations and materiel worldwide.<br />AFOSI Priorities<br /><ul><li> Exploit counterintelligence activities for force protection
45. Resolve violent crime impacting the Air Force
46. Combat threats to our information systems and technologies
47. Defeat and deter acquisition fraud</li></ul>343154010795306070276225<br />Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms-119380-478790<br />Source: http://www.atf.gov/about/mission.htm<br />ATF Mission Statement<br />We are ATF - A unique law enforcement agency in the United States Department of Justice 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 diversion of alcohol and tobacco products. We partner with communities, industries, law enforcement and public safety agencies to safeguard the public we serve through information sharing, training, research, and use of technology.<br />CI Priorities<br />Working For a Safer and More Secure America...Through Innovation and Partnerships. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives must protect the public against crime, violence, and other threats to public safety. Our vision will help us chart the course to improve the way we serve and protect the public, provide leadership and expertise, and achieve new levels of effectiveness and teamwork. <br /><ul><li>Uphold the highest standards of excellence and integrity;</li></ul>Provide high quality service and promote strong external partnerships; <br />Develop a diverse, innovative, and well-trained work force to achieve our goals; and<br />Embrace learning and change in order to meet the challenges of the future.<br />60960111760387858048260<br /> <br />-257397-510363Bureau of Diplomatic Security<br />Source: http://www.state.gov/m/ds/rls/rpt/79721.htm<br />DS Mission Statement<br />The Bureau of Diplomatic Security is dedicated to the U.S. Department of State's vision to create a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the international community. To meet the challenge of safely advancing and protecting American interests and foreign policy, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security's global law enforcement mission protects the U.S. Secretary of State; secures American diplomatic missions and personnel; and upholds the integrity of U.S. visa and passport travel documents.<br />DS Priorities<br /><ul><li>Password and visa fraud
49. Counterterrorism</li></ul>3497580241300209550124460 <br />476250-510540<br />Bureau of Indian Affairs Police<br />Source: http://www.doi.gov/bia/ojs_law_enforcement.html<br />BIAF Mission Statement<br />To facilitate support for tribal people and tribal governments by promoting safe and quality living environments, strong communities, self sufficient and individual rights, while enhancing protection of the lives, prosperity and well being of American Indians and Alaska Natives.<br />BIAF Priorities<br />The BIA carries out its core mission to serve 562 federally recognized tribes through four offices. The Office of Indian Services operates the BIA's general assistance, disaster relief, Indian child welfare, tribal government, Indian Self-Determination, and reservation roads programs. The Office of Justice Services directly operates or funds law enforcement, tribal courts, and detention facilities on Federal Indian lands. The Office of Trust Services works with tribes and individual American Indians and Alaska Natives in the management of their trust lands, assets, and resources. Finally, the Office of Field Operations oversees 12 regional offices and 83 agencies which carry out the mission of the Bureau at the tribal level.<br />4762503289303793490329565<br />-98425-287655Bureau of Industry and Security<br />Source: http://www.bis.doc.gov/about/index.htm<br />BIS Mission Statement<br />Advance U.S. national security, foreign policy, and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system and promoting continued U.S. strategic technology leadership.<br />BIS Priorities<br /><ul><li>The Bureau's paramount concern is the security of the United States.
50. Protecting U.S. security includes not only supporting U.S. national defense, but also ensuring the health of the U.S. economy and the competitiveness of U.S. industry
51. The Bureau strives to work in partnership with the private sector
52. The Bureau's activities and regulations need to be able to adapt to changing global conditions and challenges
53. The Bureau's rules, policies, and decisions should be stated clearly, applied consistently, and followed faithfully
54. Decision making should be fact-based, analytically sound, and consistent with governing laws and regulations
55. The Bureau strives to work cooperatively with other parts of the U.S. Government and with state and local governments
56. International cooperation is critical to the Bureau's activities</li></ul>3836035182245241935182245<br />-268605-531495Bureau of Justice Statistics <br />Source: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/aboutbjs.htm<br />Bureau of Justice Statistics Mission Statement<br />To collect, analyze, publish, and disseminate information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government. These data are critical to Federal, State, and local policymakers in combating crime and ensuring that justice is both efficient and evenhanded.<br />Bureau of Justice Statistics Priorities<br />This year BJS will:<br /><ul><li>Interview almost 76,000 citizens in nearly 42,000 households about any experiences they may have had as crime victims. </li></ul>Describe characteristics and consequences of over 24 million criminal victimizations. <br />Analyze operations of some 50,000 agencies, offices, courts, and institutions that together comprise the justice system. <br />Count populations and conduct sample surveys among the 6.9 million adults who during an average day are subject to the care, custody, or control of criminal justice authorities. <br />Maintain more than three dozen major data collection series from which it publishes and distributes reports nationwide. <br />Undertake special data collections and analyses to respond to programmatic, policy, and legislative needs of the Department, the Administration, Congress, and the criminal justice community. <br />Maintain a website and data archive that has up to 20,000 visitors a day, including scholars, students, policy-makers, the media, and others around the world.<br />2251710583565Provide assistance to users in identifying sources of BJS information, interpreting statistical data from BJS series and data collections, and in understanding the methodologies of BJS surveys. <br />273685-648970<br />Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service<br />Source: http://www.irs.gov/irs/article/0,,id=98398,00.html<br />CI Mission Statement<br />Criminal Investigation (CI) serves the American public by investigating potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes in a manner that fosters confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law.<br />CI Priorities<br />The Criminal Investigation strategic plan is comprised of three interdependent programs: Legal Source Tax Crimes; Illegal Source Financial Crimes; and Narcotics Related Financial Crimes. These three programs are mutually supportive, and encourage utilization of all statutes within CI’s jurisdiction, the grand jury process, and enforcement techniques to combat tax, money laundering and currency crime violations. Criminal Investigation must investigate and assist in the prosecution of those significant financial investigations that will generate the maximum deterrent effect, enhance voluntary compliance, and promote public confidence in the tax system.<br />-234953543303910965502920<br />676275-532130Customs and Border Protection <br />Source: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/about/mission/<br />CBP Mission Statement<br />We are the guardians of our Nation's borders. We are America's frontline. We safeguard the American homeland at and beyond our borders. We protect the American public against terrorists and the instruments of terror. We steadfastly enforce the laws of the United States while fostering our Nation's economic security through lawful international trade and travel. We serve the American public with vigilance, integrity and professionalism.<br />CBP Priorities<br />34448751974215CBP is responsible for guarding nearly 7,000 miles of land border the United States shares with Canada and Mexico and 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida peninsula and off the coast of Southern California. The agency also protects 95,000 miles of maritime border in partnership with the United States Coast Guard. To secure this vast terrain, more than 17,000 CBP Border Patrol agents, 1,000 CBP Air and Marine agents, and almost 22,000 CBP officers and agriculture specialists, together with the nation’s largest law enforcement canine program, stand guard along America’s front line. <br />41211586360<br />486410-361950<br />Defense Criminal Investigative Service<br />Source: http://www.dodig.mil/mission.htm<br />DCIS Mission Statement<br />Promote integrity, accountability, and improvement of Department of Defense personnel, programs and operations to support the Department's mission and serve the public interest.<br />DCIS Priorities<br />The DoD Inspector General is tasked by statute to initiate, conduct, and supervise such … investigations in the Department of Defense (including the military departments) as the Inspector General considers appropriate and to give particular regard to the activities of the internal . . investigative units of the military departments with a view toward avoiding duplication and insuring effective coordination and cooperation.<br />1092835238760<br />-97790-287655Department of Defense Police<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Department_of_Defense_Police<br />DOD Police Mission Statement<br />The DOD Police are responsible for law enforcement and security services on DOD owned and leased buildings, facilities, properties and other DOD assets.<br />DOD Police Priorities<br />Enforce Federal and State laws and regulations for the protection of persons and property;<br />Detain and hold persons for offenses against the United States committed in the presence of the officer or for any felony cognizable under the laws of the United States if the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has committed or is committing a felony;<br />Serve warrants and subpoenas issued under the authority of the United States magistrate or U.S. Attorney.<br />Conduct investigations, on and off the property in question, of offenses that may have been committed against property owned or occupied by the Federal Government or persons on the property; and<br /> Carry out such other activities for the promotion of homeland security as the Secretary may prescribe.<br /> Issue Federal magistrate citations for vehicle code violations and misdemeanors.<br />347408514668540005274320<br />231701-489098<br />Drug Enforcement Administration<br />Source: http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/agency/mission.htm<br />DEA Mission Statement<br />The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, 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; and to recommend and support non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets.<br />DEA Priorities<br />In carrying out its mission as the agency responsible for enforcing the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States, the DEA's primary responsibilities include:<br /><ul><li>Investigation and preparation for the prosecution of major violators of controlled substance laws operating at interstate and international levels.
57. Investigation and preparation for prosecution of criminals and drug gangs who perpetrate violence in our communities and terrorize citizens through fear and intimidation.
58. Management of a national drug intelligence program in cooperation with federal, state, local, and foreign officials to collect, analyze, and disseminate strategic and operational drug intelligence information.
59. Seizure and forfeiture of assets derived from, traceable to, or intended to be used for illicit drug trafficking.
60. Enforcement of the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act as they pertain to the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of legally produced controlled substances.
61. Coordination and cooperation with federal, state and local law enforcement officials on mutual drug enforcement efforts and enhancement of such efforts through exploitation of potential interstate and international investigations beyond local or limited federal jurisdictions and resources.
62. Coordination and cooperation with federal, state, and local agencies, and with foreign governments, in programs designed to reduce the availability of illicit abuse-type drugs on the United States market through non enforcement methods such as crop eradication, crop substitution, and training of foreign officials.
63. Responsibility, under the policy guidance of the Secretary of State and U.S. Ambassadors, for all programs associated with drug law enforcement counterparts in foreign countries.
64. 3197860516890 Liaison with the United Nations, Interpol, and other organizations on matters relating to international drug control programs.</li></ul>19050299085<br />-331824-510363<br />EPA Enforcement<br />Source: http://www.epa.gov/oecaerth/index-e.html<br />EPA Enforcement Mission Statement<br />EPA achieves cleaner air, purer water and better-protected land in many different ways. Compliance with the nation's environmental laws is the goal, but enforcement is a vital part of encouraging governments, companies and others who are regulated to meet their environmental obligations. Enforcement deters those who might otherwise profit from violating the law, and levels the playing field with environmentally compliant companies.<br />EPA Priorities<br />EPA's civil, cleanup, and criminal enforcement programs work with the Department of Justice, state, and Tribal governments to take legal actions in both federal and state courts that bring polluters into compliance with federal environmental laws. The Agency emphasizes those actions that reduce the most significant risks to human health or the environment, and consults extensively with states and other stakeholders in determining risk-based priorities.<br />3399790255270<br />125095185420 <br />-67945-606425<br />Federal Air Marshal Service<br />Source: http://www.tsa.gov/lawenforcement/programs/fams.shtm<br />FAMS Mission Statement<br />The Federal Air Marshal Service promotes confidence in the nation’s civil aviation system through the effective deployment of Federal Air Marshals (FAMs) to detect, deter, and defeat hostile acts targeting U.S. air carriers, airports, passengers, and crews.<br />FAMS Priorities<br />Federal Air Marshals have an ever expanding role in homeland security and work closely with other law enforcement agencies to accomplish their mission. Currently, air marshals staff several positions at different organizations such as the National Counterterrorism Center, the National Targeting Center, and on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces. In addition, they are also distributed among other law enforcement and homeland security liaison assignments during times of heightened alert or special national events. Successful accomplishment of the Federal Air Marshal’s mission is critical to civil aviation and homeland security.<br />3442335307975<br />16764029845<br />486883-414670<br />Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />Source: http://www.fbi.gov/quickfacts.htm<br />FBI Mission Statement To protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners.<br />FBI Priorities In executing the following priorities, we will produce and use intelligence to protect the nation from threats and to bring to justice those who violate the law.<br />369760527838401. Protect the United States from terrorist attack2. Protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and espionage3. Protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes4. Combat public corruption at all levels5. Protect civil rights6. Combat transnational/national criminal organizations and enterprises7. Combat major white-collar crime8. Combat significant violent crime9. Support federal, state, local and international partners10. Upgrade technology to successfully performthe FBI's mission<br />48641030480<br />327025-553085<br />Federal Bureau of Prisons<br />Source: http://www.bop.gov/about/mission.jsp<br />BOP Mission Statement It is the mission of the Federal Bureau of Prisons to protect society by confining offenders in the controlled environments of prisons and community-based facilities that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and appropriately secure, and that provide work and other self-improvement opportunities to assist offenders in becoming law-abiding citizens.<br />BOP Priorities<br /><ul><li> The Bureau provides for public safety by assuring that no escapes or disturbances occur in its facilities.
65. The Bureau ensures the physical safety of all inmates through a controlled environment which meets each inmate’s need for security through the elimination of violence, predatory behavior, gang activity, drug use, and inmate weapons.
66. Through the provision of health care, mental, spiritual, educational, vocational and work programs, inmates are well-prepared for a productive and crime-free return to society.
67. The Bureau is a model of cost-efficient correctional operations and programs.
68. Our talented, professional, well-trained, and diverse staff reflect the Bureau’s culture and treat each other fairly.
69. Staff work in an environment free from discrimination.
70. A positive working relationship exists where employees maintain respect for one another.
71. The workplace is safe, and staff perform their duties without fear of injury or assault.
72. Staff maintain high ethical standards in their day-to-day activities.
73. -119380287655 Staff are satisfied with their jobs, career opportunities, recognition, and quality of leadership.</li></ul>1513205171450<br />National Drug Intelligence Center -332105-255270<br />Source: http://www.usdoj.gov/ndic/about.htm#Mission<br />NDIC Mission Statement<br />The mission of NDIC is to provide strategic drug-related intelligence, document and computer exploitation support, and training assistance to the drug control, public health, law enforcement, and intelligence communities of the United States in order to reduce the adverse effects of drug trafficking, drug abuse, and other drug-related criminal activity. <br />NDIC Priorities<br />NDIC supports national-level policymakers and the Intelligence Community by preparing strategic analytical studies on the trafficking of illegal drugs and on related illegal activities that pose a threat to the national security of the United States. In addition, NDIC partners with the Department of Homeland Security Office of Counternarcotics Enforcement to provide critical intelligence to identify, track, and sever the nexus between drug trafficking and terrorism. NDIC also produces strategic money laundering reports that help policymakers and senior law enforcement decision makers implement national-level anti-money laundering initiatives. NDIC reports address the methods wholesale-level traffickers use to launder drug proceeds. NDIC supports the National Money Laundering Threat Assessment and the National Money Laundering Strategy--interagency projects that enhance the nation's ability to counter international money laundering.<br />39547801092835NDIC studies feature our ability to identify, collect, organize, and analyze large amounts of information and intelligence. To accomplish this, NDIC accesses commercial and governmental databases and uses available technology to search for and extract useful information. NDIC also uses technology developed in-house to reveal patterns in the information contained in records seized by law enforcement agencies during drug investigations and subsequent prosecutions. The preparation of analytical studies would not be possible without securing the most basic of raw materials used in the analytical process--information. NDIC obtains information from a diverse array of activities that include directly surveying local and state law enforcement agencies; obtaining information from other federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies; and extracting information from documents and electronic media seized by law enforcement agencies and prosecutors. NDIC also uses open-source information from news providers and public health agencies. <br />-76643-499730<br />National Gang Intelligence Center<br />Source: http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/ngic/<br />NGIC Mission Statement<br />The mission of the NGIC is to support law enforcement agencies through timely and accurate information sharing and strategic/tactical analysis of federal, state, and local law enforcement intelligence focusing on the growth, migration, criminal activity, and association of gangs that pose a significant threat to communities throughout the United States.<br />NGIC Priorities<br />The NGIC concentrates on gangs operating on a national level that demonstrate criminal connectivity between sets and common identifiers and goals. Because many violent gangs do not operate on a national level, the NGIC will also focus on regional-level gangs. The NGIC produces intelligence assessments, intelligence bulletins, joint agency intelligence products, and other non-standard intelligence products for our customers.<br />1475105264160<br />National Institutes of Health Police-406400-287655<br />Source: http://www.ors.od.nih.gov/<br />ORS Mission Statement<br />The ORS has an ongoing commitment to its NIH customers and its own staff to build and sustain a work environment characterized by quality services, innovative approaches to service provision, along with responsible and accountable cost management. Our philosophy is to work across organizational boundaries within ORS and among other central service organizations to provide seamless service to our NIH customers. The ORS is committed to customer satisfaction by taking ownership and accepting responsibility and accountability for the level of service we deliver. We are striving to make a positive impact in every interaction with customers throughout the NIH community.<br />ORS Priorities<br />The ORS activities impact directly and indirectly organizations and people across the entire NIH including: scientific, administrative and support staff; patients and volunteers; visitors, contractors and suppliers; providers of services including public transportation and other municipal services; other federal government organizations and agencies such as regulatory agencies, state and local governments; and the surrounding neighborhood and business community. The ORS responds to the priorities of the NIH and IC Leadership, NIH employees, patients and others served by the NIH, by supporting an exemplary physical and service infrastructure that will effectively support new scientific challenges to strengthen the NIH mission, the unique NIH research environment, and enhance the quality of life for all who come in contact with the NIH.<br />256540399415<br />370840042545<br />50948-435935<br />National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement<br />Source: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/ole/about/mission.html<br />NOAA Mission Statement<br />We are dedicated to excellent service through partnerships that build trust, protect resources, create a safe environment, reduce crime, and enhance the overall quality of life for all Americans. We adhere to the highest moral and ethical standards. We are honest and sincere in dealing with each other and the public. We have the courage to uphold these principles and are proud that they guide us in all we do. We recognize the value of our unique cultural diversity in America and treat all people with kindness, tolerance and dignity. We cherish and protect the rights, liberties and freedoms of all as granted under the Constitution and by the laws of the United States. We are consistent in our treatment of all persons. Objective, impartial decisions and policies are the foundation of our interactions. Our actions are tempered with reason and equality. <br />NOAA Priorities<br />-3321051199515The Office for Law Enforcement also plays a key role in the enforcement of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) as they relate to marine wildlife. The OLE also works with a variety of member nations in relation to the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). The OLE works in conjunction with CCAMLR in particular to Patagonian tooth fish importation issues.<br />1016000311785<br />263525-361950<br />National Security Agency Police<br />Source: http://www.legal-criminal-justice-schools.com/Counter-Terrorism/National-Security-Agency-NSA.html<br />NSA Police Mission Statement<br />As an NSA Police Officer you will be a uniformed officer and carry a firearm. You will provide security, force protection, and law enforcement functions at facilities secured by the NSA.<br />NSA Police Priorities<br />NSA Police Officer responsibilities include, and are not limited to counterterrorism, assets protection and enforcement of laws relative to the protection of NSA assets, firearms training and patrol of NSA facilities and properties.<br />1666875257175<br />306129-574158<br />Naval Criminal Investigative Service<br />Source: http://www.ncis.navy.mil/mission.asp<br />NCISC Mission Statement <br />In support of its mission—to prevent and solve crimes that threaten the warfighting capability of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps—NCIS pursues three strategic priorities: Prevent Terrorism, Protect Secrets, and Reduce Crime. NCIS' entire mission is supported by the Multiple Threat Alert Center and Infrastructure Protection/Computer Investigations.<br />USACIDC Priorities<br />Prevent Terrorism: The Combating Terrorism Directorate directs NCIS support for efforts aimed at detecting, deterring, and disrupting terrorism against Department of Navy personnel and assets worldwide. The Combating Terrorism Directorate brings a wide array of offensive and defensive capabilities to the mission of combating terrorism. Offensively, from the counterterrorism side, NCIS conducts investigations and operations aimed at interdicting terrorist activities. Defensively, from the antiterrorism side, NCIS supports key Department of Navy leaders with protective services and performs vulnerability assessments of military installations and related facilities—including ports, airfields, and exercise areas to which naval expeditionary forces deploy. <br />Protect Secrets: Presidential Executive Order 12333 defines counterintelligence as "
information gathered and activities conducted to protect against espionage, other intelligence activities, sabotage or assassinations conducted for or on behalf of foreign powers, organizations or persons or international terrorist activities."
Within the Department of the Navy, NCIS has exclusive investigative jurisdiction in non-combat matters involving actual, potential or suspected terrorism, sabotage, espionage, and subversive activities. Presidential Executive Orders 12958, 12968 and 12829 define national security information and establish the NCIS mission in safeguarding classified information, vetting personnel for trustworthiness and protecting classified information within industry.<br />Reduce Crime: NCIS is the Department of the Navy's primary law enforcement arm. NCIS investigates all major criminal offenses (felonies)—those crimes punishable under the Code of Military Justice by confinement of more than one year—within the Department of the Navy. The primary categories in the reduce crime mission include Felony Criminal Investigations, Law Enforcement, and Investigative Support. <br /><ul><li>465455-2127253421380-499745</li></ul>986155-574040<br />Office of Criminal Investigations<br />Source: http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/CriminalInvestigations/default.htm<br />OCI Mission Requirements<br />As the criminal investigative arm of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the mission of the Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) is to conduct and coordinate investigations of suspected criminal violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and other related Acts; the Federal Anti-Tampering Act (FATA); and other statutes including applicable Title 18 violations of the United States Code (USC); and to collect evidence to support successful prosecutions through the federal or state court systems as appropriate<br />OCI Priorities<br /><ul><li>Advises and assists the Associate Commissioner and other key officials on regulations and criminal matters that affect the Agency.</li></ul>Directs, plans, and develops criminal investigation activities in coordination with other Agency components and with other Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies.<br />Develops, coordinates, and implements Agency policy related to criminal investigations.<br />Initiates and conducts criminal investigations under all statutes administered by the Food and Drug Administration, through area offices located throughout the United States; coordinates assignments involving undercover and surveillance personnel and activities.<br />Assures coordination of criminal investigation activities with FDA Regional Field Offices and District Offices and adherence to Agency's enforcement priorities; develops and maintains cooperative relationships with field and Headquarters components.<br />3782695809625Provides recommendations to the Office of Chief Counsel on referrals of criminal cases to the Department of Justice for further investigation and/or prosecution, or directly to the U.S. Attorney when such direct reference is authorized.<br />Develops automated data processing systems to be used for criminal investigations and related enforcement matters.<br />Develops, reviews, and approves training programs for FDA's criminal investigators and related personnel.<br />-2540-361950<br />Office of the Inspector General<br />Source: http://oig.hhs.gov/ http://www.usdoj.gov/oig/ http://www.oig.dol.gov/<br />OIG Mission Statement <br />The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG), as mandated by Public Law 95-452 (as amended), is to protect the integrity of Government Departments and programs, as well as the health and welfare of the beneficiaries of those programs. OIG has a responsibility to report both to the Secretaries and to the Congress program and management problems and recommendations to correct them. OIG's duties are carried out through a nationwide network of audits, investigations, evaluations and other mission-related functions performed by OGI components.<br />OIG Priorities<br /><ul><li>Conducts and supervises audits, investigations, inspections and evaluations relating to HHS programs and operations.
74. Identifies systemic weaknesses giving rise to opportunities for fraud and abuse in departmental programs and operations and makes recommendations to prevent their recurrence.
75. Leads and coordinates activities to prevent and detect fraud and abuse in departmental programs and operations.
76. Detects wrongdoers and abusers of departmental programs and beneficiaries so appropriate remedies may be brought to bear.
77. -268605150685547929801283970Keeps the Secretary and the Congress fully and currently informed about problems and deficiencies in the administration of departmental programs and operations and about the need for and progress of corrective action, including imposing sanctions against providers of health care under Medicare and Medicaid who commit certain prohibited acts. In support of its mission, OIG carries out and maintains an internal quality assurance system and a peer review system with other Offices of Inspectors General, including periodic quality assessment studies and quality control reviews, to provide reasonable assurance that applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures, standards, and other requirements are followed, are effective, and are functioning as intended in OIG operations.</li></ul>1422400-436245<br />Smithsonian Police<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smithsonian_Police<br />Smithsonian Police Mission Statement<br />The Smithsonian Institution Office of Protection Services is the guard force of the Smithsonian Institution. It is a federal guard force with limited special police authority tasked with protecting visitors, staff, property, and grounds of the federally-owned and managed Smithsonian Institution museums and research centers in Washington, D.C., New York City and Virginia.<br />Smithsonian Police Priorities<br />Smithsonian Museum Protection Officers are U.S. federal government employees that are designated as "
under the United States Code. They undergo three weeks of training in firearm use, arrest, handcuff procedures, and pepper spray use. They are assigned to one of 19 Smithsonian museums or research sites in New York City, Virginia, or the District of Columbia. There is also a specialized k-9 unit with bomb detection dogs that patrol the museum grounds.<br />1676403657603474085155575<br />869655-499730<br />Supreme Court of the United States Police<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supreme_Court_Police<br />Supreme Court Police Mission Statement<br />The Supreme Court of the United States Police is a small federal law enforcement agency headquartered in the District of Columbia, whose mission is to ensure the integrity of the constitutional mission of the Supreme Court by protecting the United States Supreme Court building, the Justices, employees, guests, and visitors.<br />Supreme Court Police Priorities<br />14008101775460Established in 1935 , the Supreme Court of the United States Police were tasked to provide protection for the Supreme Court Building. The Court had previously resided in the U.S. Capitol Building, and the original force of 33 officers were selected from the ranks of the United States Capitol Police. Currently, the Supreme Court Police are responsible for protecting the Chief Justice, Associate Justices, building occupants, and the Court's historic building and grounds. Additional responsibilities include courtroom security, dignitary protection, emergency response, and providing assistance to building visitors.<br />-97908-255181<br />The United States Park Police<br />Source: http://www.nps.gov/uspp/mission.htm<br />USPP Mission Statement<br />We, the United States Park Police, support and further the mission and goals of the Department of the Interior and the National Park Service by providing quality law enforcement to safeguard lives, protect our national treasures and symbols of democracy, and preserve the natural and cultural resources entrusted to us.<br />USPP Priorities<br />We, the United States Park Police, strive to be the premier police organization within the Federal Government:<br />Delivering professional full-service law enforcement to the National Park Service and neighboring communities, thus providing a safe haven for enjoyment of these areas without fear<br /> Serving people with respect and dignity <br /> Ensuring citizens are free to exercise safely their First Amendment rights of free speech and assembly<br /> Providing all employees the opportunity to grow, receive recognition, and thrive with pride within our organization <br />2049780109220<br />-459740-606425<br />Transportation Security Administration<br />Source: http://www.tsa.gov/who_we_are/mission.shtm<br />TSA Mission Statement<br />The Transportation Security Administration protects the Nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. The Transportation Security Administration will continuously set the standard for excellence in transportation security through its people, processes, and technology.<br />TSA Priorities<br />Grants<br /><ul><li>Freight Rail Security Grant Program</li></ul>Intercity Bus Security Grant Program<br />Transit Security Grant Program Tier I <br />Transit Security Grant Program Tier II<br />Trucking Security Program <br />Law Enforcement Programs<br /><ul><li>Law Enforcement Officers Flying Armed</li></ul>Canine Explosive Detection Teams<br />Crew Member Self Defense<br />Federal Air Marshals<br />Federal Flight Deck Officers<br />Layers of Security<br /><ul><li>Air Cargo Programs</li></ul>Alien Flight Student Program<br />PortSTEP<br />Secure Flight<br />Vetting and Credentialling<br />Security Screening<br />Passenger Screening<br />Baggage Screening<br />364426529908593345192405<br />-140438-542260<br />U.S Customs Service<br />Source: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/about/mission/guardians.xml<br />CBP Mission Statement<br />We are the guardians of our nation’s borders.<br />We are America’s frontline.<br />We safeguard the American homeland at and beyond our borders.<br />We protect the American public against terrorists and the instruments of terror.<br />We steadfastly enforce the laws of the United States while fostering our nation’s economic security through lawful international trade and travel.<br />We serve the American public with vigilance, integrity and professionalism.<br />CBP Priorities<br />CBP is responsible for guarding nearly 7,000 miles of land border the United States shares with Canada and Mexico and 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida peninsula and off the coast of Southern California. The agency also protects 95,000 miles of maritime border in partnership with the United States Coast Guard. <br />To secure this vast terrain, more than 17,000 CBP Border Patrol agents, 1,000 CBP Air and Marine agents, and almost 22,000 CBP officers and agriculture specialists, together with the nation’s largest law enforcement canine program, stand guard along America’s front line.<br /><ul><li>CBP officers protect America’s borders at official ports of entry, while CBP’s Border Patrol agents prevent illegal entry into the United States of people and contraband between the ports of entry. </li></ul>CBP Air and Marine, which manages the largest law enforcement air force in the world, patrols the nation’s land and sea borders to stop terrorists and drug smugglers before they enter the United States. <br />CBP agriculture specialists prevent the entry of exotic plant and animal pests, and confront emerging threats in agro- and bioterrorism.<br />3016885-340360-34290-255270<br />384810-415290 <br />U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement <br />Source: http://www.ice.gov/about/index.htm<br />ICE Mission Statement<br />United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a component of the Department of Homeland Security. Our mission is to protect national security by enforcing our nation's customs and immigration laws.<br />ICE Priorities<br />U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a federal law enforcement agency under the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), responsible for identifying, investigating, and dismantling vulnerabilities regarding the nation's border, economic, transportation, and infrastructure security. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., ICE is charged with the investigation and enforcement of over 400 federal statutes within the United States, and maintains attaches at major U.S. embassies overseas. Consequently, ICE special agents possess the broadest investigative authority within the United States government.<br />3421380354330<br />-1333590170<br />-289560-202565<br />U.S. Pentagon Police<br />Source: http://www.pfpa.mil/ppd.html<br />USPPD Mission Statement<br />The Pentagon Police Department will pursue excellence in the delivery of professional law enforcement services to the Department of Defense community in the National Capital Region. We will also stand ready to support the over arching Pentagon Force Protection Agency´s mission. We will accomplish our mission by the use of highly trained, dedicated police officers, state–of–the–art technology and by effective partnerships with other federal, state and local public safety agencies. We are committed to uphold the public trust by maintaining the highest moral and ethical standards. We will strive to enhance the services we provide and stand ready to defend against current and future threats.<br />USPPD Priorities<br /><ul><li>Provides Law Enforcement and Security for the DOD/National Capital Region facilities consistent with a community law enforcement Agency</li></ul>Perimeter and general area security of the Pentagon and its environs<br />Vehicle and foot patrols of DOD facilities<br />Vehicle and pedestrian traffic control<br />Response to and investigation of motor vehicle accidents<br />Response to emergency situations and law enforcement or security related calls for service<br />Response to security alarms<br />5196840318135Emergency Response Team (SWAT)<br />Coordination of emergency response for medical care<br />Preliminary investigations of crime<br />Contract Security Force (Leased Facilities) inspections and oversight<br />167640-404495<br />United States Army Criminal Investigation Command<br />Source: http://www.cid.army.mil/mission.html<br />USACIDC Mission Requirements <br />- Investigate serious crime- Conduct sensitive/serious investigations- Collect, analyze and disseminate criminal intelligence- Conduct protective service operations- Provide forensic laboratory support- Maintain Army criminal records<br />USACIDC Priorities<br /><ul><li> Logistical security (From the manufacturer to the soldier on the battlefield)
78. Criminal intelligence (Develop countermeasures to combat subversive activities on the battlefield)
79. Criminal investigations (Expanded to include war crimes and in some cases crimes against coalition forces and host nation personnel)
80. Protective service operations (Protects key personnel on and off the battlefield)</li></ul>3453130351790-76835351790<br />476250-478790United States Capitol Police<br />Source: http://www.uscapitolpolice.gov/home.php<br />NOAA Mission Statement<br />Our mission is to protect and support the Congress in meeting its Constitutional responsibilities.<br />NOAA Priorities<br />18580101468120Throughout the years, our primary responsibilities have remained the same. Our main focus still lies in protecting life and property; preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal acts; and enforcing traffic regulations throughout a large complex of congressional buildings, parks, and thoroughfares. Additionally, we are responsible for protecting Members of Congress, Officers of the United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, and their families. We serve these individuals throughout the entire United States, its territories and possessions, and throughout the District of Columbia.<br />188595-340360<br />United States Coast Guard Office of Law Enforcement<br />Source: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/cg5/cg531/<br />USCG (CG-531) Mission Statement<br />The United States Coast Guard is the nation's leading maritime law enforcement agency and has broad, multi-faceted jurisdictional authority. The specific statutory authority for the Coast Guard Law Enforcement mission is given in 14 USC 2, "
The Coast Guard shall enforce or assist in the enforcement of all applicable laws on, under and over the high seas and waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States."
In addition, 14 USC 89 provides the authority for U.S. Coast Guard active duty commissioned, warrant and petty officers to enforce applicable U.S. law. It authorizes Coast Guard personnel to enforce federal law on waters subject to U.S. jurisdiction and in international waters, as well as on all vessels subject to U.S. jurisdiction (including U.S., foreign and stateless vessels).<br />USCG (CG-531) Priorities<br />Drug Interdiction- The Coast Guard is the lead federal agency for maritime drug interdiction and shares lead responsibility for air interdiction with the U.S. Customs Service. As such, it is a key player in combating the flow of illegal drugs to the United States. The Coast Guard's mission is to reduce the supply of drugs from the source by denying smugglers the use of air and maritime routes in the Transit Zone, a six million square mile area, including the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Pacific. In meeting the challenge of patrolling this vast area, the Coast Guard coordinates closely with other federal agencies and countries within the region to disrupt and deter the flow of illegal drugs.<br />Living Marine Resources- The nation’s waterways and their ecosystems are vital to the country’s economy and health. If the United States is to enjoy a rich, diverse and sustainable ocean environment, then the Coast Guard must assist in halting the degradation of our ocean’s natural resources associated with maritime activities. This includes ensuring the country’s marine protected species are provided the protection necessary to help their populations recover to healthy, sustainable levels. Providing adequate protection will require the United States to enact and enforce a wide range of regulations to govern marine resource management and use. <br />Alien Migrant Interdiction- As the United States' primary maritime law enforcement agency, the Coast Guard is tasked with enforcing immigration law at sea. The Coast Guard conducts patrols and coordinates with other federal agencies and foreign countries to interdict undocumented migrants at sea, denying them entry via maritime routes to the United States, its territories and possessions. Thousands of people try to enter this country illegally every year using maritime routes, many via smuggling operations. Interdicting migrants at sea means they can be quickly returned to their countries of origin without the costly processes required if they successfully enter the United States.<br />1517650234315<br />252966-499730<br />United States Department of Veterans Affairs Police<br />Source: http://www.va.gov/about_va/<br />United States Department of Veteran Affairs Police Mission Statement<br />To fulfill President Lincoln’s promise – “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” – by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s veterans. To provide veterans the world-class benefits and services they have earned – and to do so by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability, and stewardship.<br />United States Department of Veteran Affairs Police Priorities<br /><ul><li> Restore the capability of veterans with disabilities to the greatest extent possible, and improve the quality of their lives and that of their families.
81. Ensure a smooth transition for veterans from active military service to civilian life.
82. Honor and serve veterans in life, and memorialize them in death for their sacrifices on behalf of the Nation.
83. Contribute to the public health, emergency management, socioeconomic wellbeing, and history of the Nation.
84. 1771650625475 Deliver world-class service to veterans and their families through effective communication and management of people, technology, business processes, and financial resources.</li></ul>50948-467833<br />Federal Protective Service<br />Source: http://www.ice.gov/pi/fps/org_hfs.htm<br />FPS Mission Statement<br />The FPS mission is to render federal properties safe and secure for federal employees, officials and visitors in a professional and cost effective manner by deploying a highly trained and multi-disciplined police force.<br />FPS Priorities<br />What FPS does every day embodies the spirit of DHS, and the agency contributes to the DHS goals of awareness, prevention, protection, response, recovery service and organizational excellence. This year the FPS' contributions to fulfilling ICE and DHS mission goals include:<br /><ul><li>Providing a visible, uniformed police presence and approximately 15,000 armed contract security officers at 9,000 federal facilities/complexes throughout the nation</li></ul>Expanding networks of contacts in the intelligence gathering community enabling FPS to collaborate and share criminal intelligence and law enforcement sensitive information with more than 1,500 law enforcement officers through the pilot program associated with the FPS Secure Web Portal<br />Disseminating law enforcement information via daily tactical and operational intelligence reports such as the FPS Virtual Roll Call, broadcast to FPS and 200 federal, state, and local agencies<br />Providing police emergency and special security services to support Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) during natural disasters<br />4537710346075Providing operational and law enforcement support for special events, such as terrorism trials, anti-war protests, frequent tabletop exercises including TOPOFF and TOPOFF 2, World Trade Organization meetings, Free Trade of the Americas Summit, the G-8 Summit<br />Outfitting and initiating classes in the new FPS Physical Security Academy building at FLETC to enhance training of the FPS Police and Inspector force<br />Expanding, improving, and standardizing the Mega Center communications and dispatch operations<br />United States Federal Reserve Police<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve_Police<br />United States Federal Reserve Police Enforcement Priorities<br />17862551323340The U.S. Federal Reserve Police is the law enforcement arm of the Federal Reserve System, the central banking system of the United States. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System derives the authority to authorize "
personnel as Federal Law Enforcement Officers to protect and safeguard the premises, grounds, property, personnel, including members of the Board, or any Federal Reserve Bank, and operations conducted by or on behalf of the Board or a reserve bank.<br /> <br />263599-393405<br />National Security Agency Police<br />Source: http://www.legal-criminal-justice-schools.com/Counter-Terrorism/National-Security-Agency-NSA.html<br />NSA Police Mission Statement<br />As an NSA Police Officer you will be a uniformed officer and carry a firearm. You will provide security, force protection, and law enforcement functions at facilities secured by the NSA.<br />NSA Police Priorities<br />NSA Police Officer responsibilities include, and are not limited to counterterrorism, assets protection and enforcement of laws relative to the protection of NSA assets, firearms training and patrol of NSA facilities and properties.<br />1666875257175<br />306129-435935<br />United States Marshals Service<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marshals_Service<br />USMS Mission Statement<br />The United States Marshals Service (USMS) is a United States federal law enforcement agency within the United States Department of Justice and is the oldest federal law enforcement agency in the United States. The USMS is the enforcement arm of the United States federal courts. U.S. Marshals protect court officers and buildings and ensure the effective operation of the judicial system.<br />USMS Priorities<br />The Marshals Service is responsible for apprehending wanted fugitives, providing protection for the federal judiciary, transporting federal prisoners, protecting endangered federal witnesses, and managing assets seized from criminal enterprises. The Marshals Service is responsible for 55.2 percent of arrests of federal fugitives.<br />330390533210519050342900<br />254635-594995<br />United States Mint Police<br />Source: http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/<br />United States Mint Police Mission Statement<br />The United States Mint applies world-class business practices in making, selling, and protecting our Nation’s coinage and assets.<br />United States Mint Police Priorities<br />The primary mission of the United States Mint is to produce an adequate volume of circulating coinage for the nation to conduct its trade and commerce. In recent history circulating coin production has varied between 11 billion and 20 billion coins annually. In addition to producing coins, the United States Mint has other responsibilities, including the following: <br /><ul><li>Distributing U.S. coins to the Federal Reserve banks and branches. </li></ul>Maintaining physical custody and protection of the Nation's $100 billion of U.S. gold and silver assets. <br />Producing proof, uncirculated, and commemorative coins, and medals for sale to the general public. <br />Manufacturing and selling platinum, gold, and silver bullion coins. <br />6032507353303825240532765Overseeing of production facilities in Denver, Philadelphia, San Francisco and West Point, as well as the U.S. Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, Kentucky. <br />528955-425450<br />Park Rangers<br />Source: http://www.nps.gov/personnel/rangers.htm<br />Park Rangers Mission Statement<br />Our mission is to provide diverse recreation opportunities in safe, well-maintained facilities and parks. We strive to provide experiences that create connections between people and community. Our purpose is to provide quality services, to efficiently utilize resources and to respond to community needs. Additionally as Park Rangers we strive to preserve an atmosphere of relaxation and safety for all people using the parks and recreation facilities in the United States. <br />Park Rangers Priorities<br />Park Rangers supervise, manage and perform work in the conservation and use of resources in national parks and other federally-managed areas. Park Rangers carry out various tasks associated with forest or structural fire control; protection of property; gathering and dissemination of natural, historical, or scientific information; development of interpretive material for the natural, historical, or cultural features of an era; demonstration of folk art and crafts; enforcement of laws and regulations; investigation of violations, complaints, trespass/encroachment, and accidents; search and rescue; and management of historical, cultural, and natural resources, such as wildlife, forests, lakeshores, seashores, historic buildings, battlefields, archaeological properties, and recreation areas. They also operate campgrounds, including such tasks as assigning sites, replenishing firewood, performing safety inspections, providing information to visitors, and leading guided tours. Differences in the exact nature of duties depend on the grade of position, the site's size and specific needs.<br />2134870186690<br />146641-595423<br />United States Postal Service Inspector<br />Source: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/aboutus/mission.aspx<br />USPS Mission Statement<br />The mission of the United States Postal Inspection Service is to protect the U.S. Postal Service, secure the nation's mail system and ensure public trust in the mail.<br />USPS Priorities and History<br />As one of our country’s oldest federal law enforcement agencies, founded by Benjamin Franklin, the United States Postal Inspection Service has a long, proud, and successful history of fighting criminals who attack our nation’s postal system and misuse it to defraud, endanger, or otherwise threaten the American public. As the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is a highly specialized, professional organization performing investigative and security functions essential to a stable and sound postal system. <br />Congress empowered the Postal Service "
to investigate postal offenses and civil matters relating to the Postal Service."
Through its security and enforcement functions, the Postal Inspection Service provides assurance to American businesses for the safe exchange of funds and securities through the U.S. Mail; to postal customers of the "
sanctity of the seal"
in transmitting correspondence and messages; and to postal employees of a safe work environment. <br />As fact-finding and investigative agents, Postal Inspectors are federal law enforcement officers who carry firearms, make arrests and serve federal search warrants and subpoenas. Inspectors work closely with U.S. Attorneys, other law enforcement agencies, and local prosecutors to investigate postal cases and prepare them for court. There are approximately 1,500 Postal Inspectors stationed throughout the United States and abroad who enforce more than 200 federal laws covering investigations of crimes that adversely affect or fraudulently use the U.S. Mail and postal system. <br />To assist in carrying out its responsibilities, the Postal Inspection Service maintains a Security Force staffed by approximately 650 uniformed Postal Police Officers who are assigned to critical postal facilities throughout the country. The officers provide perimeter security, escort high-value mail shipments, and perform other essential protective functions. The Postal Inspection Service operates a forensic crime laboratory staffed with forensic scientists and technical specialists. They assist Inspectors in analyzing evidentiary material needed for identifying and tracing criminal suspects and in providing expert testimony for cases brought to trial.<br />327660-1066803562985-404495<br />United States Secret Service148590-627380<br />Source: http://www.secretservice.gov/mission.shtml<br />USSS Mission Statement<br />The mission of the United States Secret Service is to safeguard the nation's financial infrastructure and payment systems to preserve the integrity of the economy, and to protect national leaders, visiting heads of state and government, designated sites and National Special Security Events.<br />USSS Priorities<br />4229100440055Today, the Secret Service is authorized by law to protect:<br /><ul><li>The president, the vice president, (or other individuals next in order of succession to the Office of the President), the president-elect and vice president-elect.</li></ul>The immediate families of the above individuals.<br />Former presidents and their spouses for their lifetimes, except when the spouse remarries. In 1997, Congressional legislation became effective limiting Secret Service protection to former presidents for a period of not more than 10 years from the date the former president leaves office.<br />Children of former presidents until age 16.<br />Former Vice Presidents six months after their term ends (the Secretary of Homeland Security can extend the protection time).<br />Families of former Vice Presidents six months after term ends.<br />4229100326390Visiting heads of foreign states or governments and their spouses traveling with them, other distinguished foreign visitors to the United States, and official representatives of the United States performing special missions abroad.<br />Major presidential and vice presidential candidates, and their spouses within 120 days of a general presidential election.<br />Other individuals as designated per Executive Order of the President.<br />National Special Security Events, when designated as such by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.<br />50800-382905USDA Forest Service Law Enforcement<br />Source: http://www.fs.fed.us/lei/<br />USDA Forest Service Law Enforcement Mission Statement<br />To serve people, protect natural resources and property within the authority and jurisdiction of the Forest Service. The Law Enforcement and Investigations organization is an integral part of the Forest Service, recognized as leaders in public and employee safety, natural resource protection, and as a professional cooperator with other law enforcement agencies. The law enforcement organization is a diverse workforce committed to integrity, responsibility, and accountability. <br />USDA Forest Service Law Enforcement Priorities<br /><ul><li>Protect the public, employees, natural resources, and other property under the jurisdiction of the Forest Service,</li></ul>Investigate and enforce applicable laws and regulations which effect the National Forest System, and<br />Prevent criminal violations through informing and educating visitors and users of applicable laws and regulations.<br />3803650304800295275440055<br />Analyst Contact Information<br />James E. Gallagher119 Driscoll WayGaithersburg, MD 20878240-432-3489MCIIS class of 2012-640715285750<br />