9 December 2009Prepared for Dave GrabelskiAnalyst: Mike Gallaghercenter725170United States Law Enforcement Agencies-977265-851535<br />-510540-473075Introduction to Law Enforcement Intelligence<br />RIAP 276<br /> Winter 2010<br />Administrative DataExam # 1: Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Total Possible Grade Points: 50Date Assigned 11/30/2009 (Class #1)Date Due: 12/9/2009 (Class # 5) Testing Location: Outside the ClassroomEstimated Time Required: 8-10 HoursSources of Information: Open Source Internet SearchesSoftware Applications: Microsoft Word a PaintResource References: Assignment Hand-Out Sheet Classroom InstructionsBackground: To be an effective law enforcement intelligence analyst one must establish and maintain liaison with their counterparts in other agencies. To establish this liaison an analyst must understand the Mission Statement and Areas of Investigative Responsibilities of other law enforcement agencies or intelligence centers.Tasking: The students are to research, identify, collect and produce a written product for dissemination the Mission Statements and the Areas of Responsibilities for:A minimum of 30 Federal or Military Law Enforcement Agencies and/or Federal Law Enforcement Intelligence Centers.The agencies’ Seal, Badge, Logo, or Website Banner shall also be collected. Assignment:The finished product/report shall be submitted in class and an electronic copy shall be placed in the Digital Drop Box before class. The electronic file shall be named Your Last Name Exam 1. Assignment Format: AdditionalA cover page is required. This page shall be eye-catching and contain an appropriate image, your name, class number, date and classification. This page shall be in color but the images in the body of the report may be in black and white. Additionally a table of contents shall be created and all entries shall be sourced.Grading Criteria: The grading will be based upon thoroughness, and quantity/quality of the research content.Additionally, the formatting of the final report must be organized for ease of reading, and grammatically error free. The paper and/or electronic copy will receive a full grade deduction for each part of 24 hours of being late.Student Acknowledgement Signature: (Return this form with your paper) Mike B. Gallagher _________________________________ Name Signature<br />About This Report<br />This Report seeks to explore Law enforcement agencies within the United States, both Military and Federal. The report was assigned by Professor David Grabelski on November 30 in order to more thoroughly understand the law enforcement agencies with the United States. To view this report please visit the analyst’s website, www.mciismgallagher.com which was prepared and is maintained by the analyst. <br /> Mike Gallagher <br />center1386840-627380-551815Federal AgenciesFederal Agencies<br />-335915-573405Coast Guard Investigative Service<br />MissionThe Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) is a federal investigative and protective program established to carry out the Coast Guard's internal and external criminal investigations; to assist in providing personal security services; to protect the welfare of Coast Guard people; to aid in preserving the internal integrity of the Coast Guard; and to support Coast Guard missions worldwide. Source: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/cg2/cgis/#missionOperation: Criminal Investigations for Crimes Relating to the Maritime Realm and Coast Guard missionsLaw Enforcement Task Force & Liaison Operations Investigations into Felony Violations of the UCMJProtective Services Operations Law Enforcement information collectionSource: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/cg2/cgis/personnel.asp <br /> <br />-548640-567690<br />47485301651006731037465<br />Source: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/cg2/cgis/images/CGIS_logo.pngSource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USA_-_Coast_Guard_Special_Agent.jpg<br />-554355-805815<br />MissionResponsible for establishing the standard "
As secure as Fort Knox,"
our officers continue to meet that standard every day. The U.S. Mint Police are responsible for protecting over $100 billion in Treasury and other Government assets stored in facilities located at Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; West Point, NY; Denver, CO; Fort Knox, KY; and its headquarters in Washington, DC. Source: http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/mint_police/Operation: U.S. Mint Police Officers have the primary responsibility for protecting life and property, preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal acts, collecting and preserving evidence, making arrests, and enforcing Federal and local laws.Source: http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/mint_police/United States Mint Police<br />5000625914400-580390-646430<br />-42291062865<br />Source: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/n1UF5ZeZpxYrJIkAJKvHcQSource: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Mattes/Gallery_of_data_contributed/Part_6 <br />2478405-565785-580390-567690<br />Federal Air Marshal Service<br />Operation: Federal Air Marshals serve as the primary law enforcement entity within TSA. We deploy on flights around the world and in the United States. While our primary mission of protecting air passengers and crew has not changed much over the years, Federal Air Marshals have an ever expanding role in homeland security and work closely with other law enforcement agencies to accomplish their mission. Source: http://www.tsa.gov/lawenforcement/index.shtmMissionThe Federal Air Marshal Service is a highly trained, professional federal law enforcement agency charged with securing America’s civil aviation system from both criminal and terrorist acts. Today, Federal Air Marshals serve as the primary law enforcement entity within the Transportation Security Administration and are deployed on flights around the world and in the United States. Source: http://www.tsa.gov/lawenforcement/mission/index.shtm<br />-2647955200652478405-567690-580390-567055<br />122872579375<br /> <br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Air_Marshal_ServiceSource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Air_Marshal_Service<br />-599440-583565<br />OperationThe Border Patrol is specifically responsible for patrolling the 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian international land borders and 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico. Agents work around the clock on assignments, in all types of terrain and weather conditions. Agents also work in many isolated communities throughout the United States. Source: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/border_security/border_patrol/who_we_are.xmlMissionThe United States Border Patrol is the mobile, uniformed law enforcement arm of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The initial force of 450 officers was given the responsibility of combating illegal entries and the growing business of alien smuggling. The focus of the Border Patrol is detection, apprehension and/or deterrence of terrorists and terrorist weapons. Source: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/border_security/border_patrol/who_we_are.xmlUnited States Border Patrol/Protection<br />-596265-582930<br />271145304800<br />1463040123190<br />Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CBP_Air_Badge.jpgSource: http://www.cruise-how-to.com/before-you-go/us-customs/<br />-596265-583565<br />OperationThe 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. Source: http://www.atf.gov/publications/general/strategic-plan/<br />MissionA 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. Source: http://www.atf.gov/about/mission/<br />184151150620-596265-582930<br />142811546990<br />Source: http://www.militaryplaques.com/EMS/14-Inch-ATF-Badge-2.jpgSource: http://www.liquidmatrix.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/atf_seal.jpg<br />OperationCriminal 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. Maintaining public confidence in the fairness of the tax system is vital to effective tax administration. The publicity of criminal tax cases demonstrates IRS's commitment to ensuring that everyone is paying their fair share of taxes. Source: http://www.irs.gov/compliance/enforcement/article/0,,id=98205,00.html-596265-583565<br />MissionIn support of the overall IRS Mission, Criminal Investigation 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. While other federal agencies also have investigative jurisdiction for money laundering and some bank secrecy act violations, IRS is the only federal agency that can investigate potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code. Source: www.treas.gov/irs/ci/index.htm<br />-596265-582930<br />190501098554448810299085<br />Source: http://dic.academic.ru/pictures/enwiki/85/US-InternalRevenueService-Seal.pngSource: http://chuckgallagher.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/irsbadge.jpg<br />-596265-583565<br />MissionThe 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. Source: http://www.treas.gov/usss/mission.shtml<br />OperationThe United States Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency with headquarters in Washington, D.C., and more than 150 offices throughout the United States and abroad. Today, the agency is mandated by Congress to carry out dual missions: protection of national and visiting foreign leaders, and criminal investigations. Source: http://www.treas.gov/usss/whoweare.shtml<br />-590550-590550<br />4265930306070-190500115570<br />Source: http://www.blog.newsweek.com/photos/gagglepix/images/392312/381x375.aspxSource: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/ussecretservice-seal-01.jpg<br />-590550-590550<br />MissionThe 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. Source: http://www.justice.gov/dea/agency/mission.htm<br />OperationInvestigation and preparation for the prosecution of major violators of controlled substance laws operating at interstate and international levels.Investigation and preparation for prosecution of criminals and drug gangs.Management of a national drug intelligence program in cooperation with federal, state, local, and foreign officials and seizure and forfeiture of assets derived from, traceable to, or intended to be used for illicit drug trafficking.Enforcement of the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act as they pertain to the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of legally produced controlled substances.Coordination and cooperation with federal, state and local law enforcement officials on mutual drug enforcement efforts. Source: http://www.justice.gov/dea/agency/mission.htm<br />-596265-581025<br />128905273050<br />1188720107950<br />Source: http://federalpatches.com/ESW/Images/DEA-seal.jpgSource: http://tomdiaz.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/429px-dea_badge_c.png<br />-596265-583565 <br /><ul><li>OperationNational Security Priorities Counterterrorism Counterintelligence Cyber Crime Criminal PrioritiesPublic Corruption Civil Rights Organized Crime White-Collar Crime Major Thefts/Violent Crime Source: http://www.fbi.gov/hq.htm MissionMission is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats and to enforce the criminal laws of the United States Source: http://www.fbi.gov/hq.htm</li></ul>1289051008380-596265-583565<br />1024255228600<br />Source: http://virtuelnews.com/secondlife/wp-content/600px-us-fbi-seal_svg.pngSource: http://www.policebadgestore.co.uk/ESW/Images/fbi-badge%28ip%29.jpg<br />-596265-583565<br />MissionMission is to provide protection for the federal judiciary, transporting federal prisoners, protecting endangered federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminal enterprises. Source: http://ask.yahoo.com/20011019.html<br /><ul><li>OperationApprehending FugitivesProtecting Federal Judges and Courts Managing & Selling AssetsTransporting PrisonersManaging PrisonersProtecting Witnesses Source: http://www.justice.gov/marshals/</li></ul>-596265-583565<br />4411345244475-126365292100<br />Source: http://www.justice.gov/marshals/falcon08/usms-seal.jpgSource: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bb/US_Marshal_Badge.png<br />-596265-583565<br />OperationThe 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. Source: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/aboutus/mission.aspxMissionThe 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.Source: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/aboutus/mission.aspx<br />-596265-583565<br />-75565212725<br />1650365205105<br />Source: http://www.thecre.com/fedlaw/legal12/usc18_files/welcome1_files/sealsmal.jpgSource: http://www.financialcrimestaskforce.com/USPISshield.jpg<br />-591185-590550<br />OperationMain focus 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. Source: http://www.uscapitolpolice.gov/home.php<br />MissionMission is to protect and support the Congress in meeting its Constitutional responsibilities. Source: http://www.uscapitolpolice.gov/home.php<br />342900666750-590550-590550<br />952500248920<br />Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/df/Uscp.jpgSource: http://www.designerbadges.com/law_enforcement_badges/custom_badges/US_Capitol_police_badge.jpg<br />-590550-590550OperationThe Force provides highly trained and professional police officers to prevent and detect criminal activity, conduct investigations, apprehend individuals suspected of committing offenses against Federal, State and local laws, provide protection to the President of the United States and visiting dignitaries, and provide protective services to some of the most recognizable monuments and memorials in the world. Source: http://www.nps.gov/uspp/MissionWe, 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. Source: http://www.nps.gov/uspp/mission.htm<br />-1143001562100-590550-590550<br />180975095885<br />Source: http://olesem.doi.gov/jobs/images/US_Park_Police_badge.gifSource: http://www.mike-snook.com/photos/tradelist/Fed-ParkPoliceblk.jpg_police_badge.jpg<br />-596265-583565<br />OperationThis critical mission is accomplished with law enforcement officers (United States Pentagon Police), criminal investigative and protective services agents; threat management agents; chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives technicians; and anti-terrorism/force protection and physical security personnel.Source: http://www.pfpa.mil/index2.html<br />MissionThe Pentagon Force Protection Agency is charged with protecting and safeguarding the occupants, visitors, and infrastructure of the Pentagon, Navy Annex and other assigned Pentagon facilities.Source: http://www.pfpa.mil/index2.html<br />-596265-582930<br />4732655141605<br />-123190-8255<br />Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/3/31/Pentagon_Police.jpg/200px-Pentagon_Police.jpgSource: http://media.photobucket.com/image/pentagon%20police%20badge/BD380/badge.png<br />-596265-583565<br />MissionThe defense criminal investigation service protects America’s warfighters and ensures taxpayer dollars are better spent defending our nationSource: http://www.dodig.mil/INV/DCIS/<br />OperationThe defense criminal investigation service protects America’s warfighters by investigating terrorism; preventing the illegal transfer of sensitive defense technologies to proscribed nations and criminal elements; investigating companies that use defective parts in weapons systems and equipment utilized by the military, stopping cyber crimes and computer intrusions; and investigating cases of fraud, bribery, and corruption.Source: http://www.dodig.mil/INV/DCIS/<br />47644051308100-596265-583565<br />8191571120<br />Source: http://www.dodig.mil/IGInformation/archives/images/badge.jpgSource: http://www.sallyscopshop.com/eStore/images/dod-dcis-sa-large.jpg<br />-596265-583565<br />OperationWith more than 19,000 employees in over 400 offices in the U.S. and around the world, ICE plays a vital role in the DHS layered defense approach to protecting the nation. ICE combines innovative investigative techniques, new technological resources and a high level of professionalism to provide a wide range of resources to the public and to our federal, state and local law enforcement partners.Source: http://www.ice.gov/about/index.htm<br />MissionThe U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) mission is to protect the security of the American people and homeland by vigilantly enforcing the nation's immigration and customs laws.Source: http://www.ice.gov/about/index.htm<br />-127001150620-596265-582930<br />1281430228600<br />Source: http://www.sdoi.com/content/gsa/images/seal_immigration.jpgSource: http://www.ice.gov/images/careers/veterans/badge.jpg<br />Office of Criminal InvestigationOperationThe FDA regulates approximately 25 cents of every dollar spent annually by American consumers. FDA is responsible for regulating products to ensure the safety of foods, drugs, biological products, medical devices, cosmetics, radiation-emitting devices, and more. As the law enforcement arm of FDA, the Office of Criminal Investigations conducts and coordinates criminal investigations regarding possible violations of the laws which regulate these products. Source: http://www.ice.gov/about/index.htmMissionAs 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 and other related Acts; the Federal Anti-Tampering Act; and other statutes including applicable Title 18 violations of the United States Code; and to collect evidence to support successful prosecutions through the federal or state court systems as appropriateSource: http://www.ice.gov/about/index.htm-596265-583565<br />-596265-582930<br />-139065235585<br />1141730110490<br />Source: http://www.ice.gov/images/careers/veterans/badge.jpgSource: http://www.fda.gov/ucm/groups/fdagov-public/documents/image/ucm170298.gif<br />-607060-577850<br />OperationPrimary responsibility is for the investigation of crimes that occur in Indian Country, currently the office:Develops standards, policies and procedures for BIA-wide implementation.Operates the Indian Police Academy.Monitors tribally contracted justice services programs.Directly operates law enforcement programs for tribes who do not run their own programs.Conducts inspections and evaluation of BIA and Tribal Justice Services programs.Conducts internal investigations of misconduct by law enforcement officers.Provides emergency tactical response teams to reservations requiring assistance, or threatened with disruptions or civil disorder.Conducts criminal investigations into criminal violations committed on reservations involving Federal, State, County, Local and Tribal codes.Source: http://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/BIA/OJS/index.htmMissionMission is to uphold the constitutional sovereignty of the federally recognized Tribes and to preserve peace within Indian Country. The office has seven areas of activity: Criminal Investigations and Police Services, Detention/Corrections, Inspection/Internal Affairs, Tribal Law Enforcement and Special Initiatives, the Indian Police Academy, Tribal Justice Support, and Program Management.Source: http://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/BIA/OJS/index.htmBureau of Indian Affairs police (BIA)<br />19050900430-608965-587375<br />1447165118745<br />Source: http://olesem.doi.gov/jobs/images/BIA%20OJS%20SEAL.jpgSource: http://olesem.doi.gov/jobs/images/BIA%20Police%20Officer%20Badge.jpg<br /> <br />-608965-587375 <br />MissionIt 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.Source: http://www.bop.gov/about/mission.jsp<br />OperationThe Bureau consists of 115 institutions, 6 regional offices, a Central Office (headquarters), 2 staff training centers, and 28 community corrections offices. The Bureau is responsible for the custody and care of more than 209,000 Federal offenders. Approximately 82 percent of these inmates are confined in Bureau-operated facilities, while the balance is confined in secure privately-managed or community-based facilities and local jails.Source: http://www.bop.gov/about/index.jsp<br />-608965-585470<br />-172085294005<br />151511080010<br />Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a4/Doj.png Source: http://emsunited.com/group/minnesotaems<br />Police-608965-587375<br />MissionDeliver professional law enforcement and security services while maintaining law and order, and the protection of persons and property, on VA campuses and in buildings under the jurisdiction of the Department of Veterans Affairs.Source: http://www1.va.gov/OSLE/<br />OperationThe Police Service, which is headquartered at VA Central Office in Washington, D.C, provides direction, guidance and support for law enforcement and physical security programs at VA Medical Centers and other VA facilities. The Police Service also provides consultation and liaison services to all elements of the Department and works closely with other Federal law enforcement agencies.Source: http://www1.va.gov/OSLE/<br />Police-608965-586105<br />-35560304165<br />1351280117475<br />Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/08/United_States_Veterans_Affairs_Police.jpgSource: http://www.freewebs.com/minneapolisvapd/Speer%20Transparent%20Badge.jpg<br />MissionThe 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.Source: http://www.dhs.gov/xabout/structure/gc_1253889058003.shtmOperationPrimary Protective ServicesConducting Building Security AssessmentsDesigning countermeasures for tenant agenciesMaintaining uniformed law enforcement presenceMaintaining armed contract security guardsPerforming background suitability checks for contract employeesMonitoring security alarms via centralized communication centersAdditional Protective ServicesConducting criminal investigationsSharing intelligence among local/state/federalProtecting special eventsWorking with FEMA to respond to natural disastersOffering special operations including K-9 explosive detectionSource: http://www.dhs.gov/xabout/structure/gc_1253889058003.shtmFederal Protective service-607060-577850<br />42119551150620Federal Protective service-612140-583565<br />Source: http://www.qualitypolicecollectibles.com/lpfpssa.htmlSource: http://www.qualitypolicecollectibles.com/fpsfeprsepap.html-312420181610<br />-612140-583565 <br />Diplomatic Security<br />OperationLed by Eric J. Boswell, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for the conduct of U.S. foreign policy. Operating from a global platform in 25 U.S. cities and 159 foreign countries, DS ensures that America can conduct diplomacy safely and securely. DS plays a vital role in protecting U.S. embassies and personnel overseas, securing critical information systems, investigating passport and visa fraud, and fighting the war on terror. Source: http://www.state.gov/m/ds/MissionThe Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) is the security and law enforcement arm of the U.S. Department of State. DS is a world leader in international investigations, threat analysis, cyber security, counterterrorism, security technology, and protection of people, property, and information.Source: http://www.state.gov/m/ds/<br /> <br />-612140-582930<br />5111115102235-40703524130<br />Source: http://www.antananarivo.usembassy.gov/international_security.htmlSource: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f8/Diplomatic_Security_Safer_World.jpg<br />-586105-590550<br />Hoover Dam Police Department<br />OperationThe force ensures the facility and all associated buildings and property is secure, enabling the continued functioning of one of the Nation's major water storage and power generation facilities, and a national civil engineering landmark. Officers also ensure compliance with state laws and federal rules of conduct, prevent destruction or theft of government and/or private property, and address a variety of law enforcement situations ranging from minor violations to felony crimes.Source: http://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/police/chiefbio.htmlMissionThe Hoover Dam Police Department provides professional anti-terrorism and public safety services in safeguarding Hoover Dam and its valued employees, visitors, and contractors. We also preserve our cultural and natural resources by protecting the historical artifacts and surroundings of the dam in our daily activities.Source: http://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/police/chiefmessage.html<br />-609600-590550<br />-9525095885<br />108585080010<br />Source: http://ag.arizona.edu/azaqua/quagga/ImagesGlobal/BoRlogo.pngSource: http://www.usbr.gov/lc/images/hoover/police/BADGE3a_sm.JPG<br />-590550-590550<br />OperationWhen fully staffed, the Office of Law Enforcement includes 261 special agents and 122 wildlife inspectors. Most are "
officers on the beat"
who report through seven regional law enforcement offices. A headquarters Office of Law Enforcement provides national oversight, support, policy, and guidance for Service investigations and the wildlife inspection program; trains Service law enforcement personnel; fields a special investigations unit; and provides budget, management and administrative support for the Office of Law Enforcement.Source: http://www.fws.gov/le/AboutLE/about_le.htmMissionLaw enforcement focuses on potentially devastating threats to wildlife resource-illegal trade, unlawful commercial exploitation, habitat destruction, and environmental contaminants. The Office of Law Enforcement investigates wildlife crimes, regulates wildlife trade, helps Americans understand and obey wildlife protections laws, and works in partnership with international, state, and tribal counterparts to conserve wildlife resources. Source: http://www.fws.gov/le/AboutLE/about_le.htm<br />-171450438150-590550-590550<br />1543050114935<br />Source: http://www.gloucestercitynews.net/clearysnotebook/2009/week43/index.htmlSource: http://olesem.doi.gov/jobs/images/B%201546%20US%20fish%20wildlife.jpg<br />-591185-590550<br />National Institute of Health Police<br />OperationThe purpose of the strategic plan is to provide a formal guide for the NIH Division of Police (DP). This plan is designed to provide our stakeholders with an articulation of our vision of the future for the Division, and to clarify our direction for our employees, partners, and contractors. Source: http://www.ser.ors.od.nih.gov/police.htm<br />MissionIt is the mission of the NIH Division of Police to protect our country's national treasure: Scientific Research and the NIH research community, and further to ensure that the mission of NIH is not impeded by personal attacks, loss of assets, criminal activity or acts of terrorism.Source: http://www.ser.ors.od.nih.gov/police.htm<br />-173990711200-590550-590550<br />1493520201930<br />Source: http://www.biopoliticaltimes.org/img/original/nih.gifSource: http://www.ser.ors.od.nih.gov/images/policeBadge.jpg<br />-587375-601980<br />MissionThe 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. Source: http://www.justice.gov/ndic/about.htm#MissionOperationNDIC 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. Source: http://www.ser.ors.od.nih.gov/police.htm<br />-580390-599440<br />-3181351225554229735125730<br />Source: http://philosecurity.org/2009/03/02/national-drug-intelligence-center-keeps-hashesSource: http://freeculturenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/doj.png<br />Military Agenciescenter1035269-596265-583565<br />Page Left Intentionally Blank <br />-580390-568325<br />United States Army Criminal Investigation Command<br /><ul><li>OperationInvestigate serious crime- Conduct sensitive/serious investigations- Collect, analyze and disseminate criminal intelligence- Conduct protective service operations- Provide forensic laboratory support- Maintain Army criminal records Source: http://www.cid.army.mil/mission.htmlMissionAs the Army's primary criminal investigative organization and DoD's premier investigative organization, CID is responsible for conducting criminal investigations in which the Army is, or may be, a party of interest. Source: http://www.cid.army.mil/mission.html</li></ul>-596265-583565<br />-75565213995<br />12414258890<br />Source: http://sigforum.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/430601935/m/71910764Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CID_seal.gif<br />-596265-567690<br />United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service<br /><ul><li>OperationNCIS pursues three strategic prioritiesPrevent TerrorismProtect Secrets Reduce Crime Source: http://www.ncis.navy.mil/mission.asp</li></ul>Protection/Computer Investigations.<br />MissionTo prevent and solve crimes that threaten the warfighting capability of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps—. NCIS' entire mission is supported by the Multiple Threat Alert Center and Infrastructure Source: http://www.ncis.navy.mil/mission.asp<br />-580390-567690<br />4417060126365<br />53975-8255<br />Source: http://www.usa-vn.com/images/NCIS%20SEAL.jpgSource: http://cafeinspirado.com/<br />6873240-580390-596265-583565<br />Air Force Office of Special Investigations<br />Operation* Exploit counterintelligence activities for force protection* Resolve violent crime impacting the Air Force* Combat threats to our information systems and technologies* Defeat and deter acquisition fraud Source: http://www.kirtland.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=5588MissionTo provide professional special investigative services for the protection of Air Force and DoD people, operations and materiel worldwide. The organization seeks to identify, investigate and neutralize espionage, terrorism, fraud and other major criminal activities that may threaten Air Force and Department of Defense resources. Source: http://www.kirtland.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=5588<br />6877050-582930-593090-582930<br />-7556562865<br />1312545149225<br />Source: http://wiki.verkata.com/en/wiki/Air_Force_Office_of_Special_InvestigationsSource: http://www.af.mil/art/mediagallery.asp?galleryID=70&?id=-1&page=4&count=48<br />-608965-587375<br />OperationCID is responsible for:Misdemeanor and felony investigations not under the jurisdiction of NCIS. Investigation of narcotics cases not assumed by NCIS. Liaison with civilian law enforcement agencies and civilian courts. Maintaining the PMO Evidence Repository. Liaison with FAP concerning the law enforcement aspects of domestic violence issues.Source: http://www.quantico.usmc.mil/activities/display.aspx?PID=587&Section=SECBNCriminal Investigations Division (CID)<br />MissionThe Military Police Criminal Investigations Division (CID) conducts the minor felony criminal investigations within the jurisdiction of the Provost Marshal’s Office (PMO) and prepares Reports of Investigation for tenant Commanders documenting the results of these investigations. Additionally, CID has a Domestic Violence Section which oversees the law enforcement aspects of domestic violence issues aboard Marine Corp Base, Quantico, VA, and coordinates with the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Source: http://www.quantico.usmc.mil/activities/display.aspx?PID=587&Section=SECBN<br />-609600-587375<br />4422775255270-76835260985<br />Source: http://www.yourlapelpins.com/mini_badges/USMC-lapelpin.jpgSource: http://www.29palms.usmc.mil/Base/pmo/images/cid.gif<br />839470-801370<br />Analyst: Mike GallagherClass: Law Enforcement IntelligenceDate: 9 December 2009Contact Information:Mgalla22@mercyhurst.edu(301) 537-5198MCIIS Undergraduate Class of 2012<br />-11309351877695 <br />