Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Administrative Office of the US Courts (AOUSC), Office of Probation and Pretrial Services Probation and pretrial services officers conduct investigations, prepare reports for the court and make recommendations concerning the release or sentencing of individuals who have been charged with or convicted of federal crimes. The preparation of these reports requires investigating the offense, any prior criminal conduct, financial status, and personal history. Officers supervise, manage, and control defendants and offenders to maximize adherence to imposed conditions, reduce risk to the community, and provide correctional treatment. Officers investigate employment, unlawful sources of income, lifestyle and associates to assess risk to the community and compliance with conditions and the law. This includes detecting and investigating new criminal conduct and other conduct in violation of the conditions of supervision by utilizing proper investigative techniques, surveillance, search of person and property, administering substance abuse tests and reporting violations. LEOX - U.S. Pretrial Services Officer 572 LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer
LEOX - U.S. Pretrial Services Officer
LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer Assistant
LEOX - U.S. Pretrial Services Officer Assistant
18 U.S.C. 3606; 18 U.S.C. 3603 (7)and(8)(B); 18 U.S.C. 3154(1)and(5), 18 U.S.C. 3552(a).

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 32(c), Rule 32.1

LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer U.S. Probation Officers may with the approval of the court conduct warrantless searches of offenders and their property. The U.S. Supreme Court (Griffin v. Wisconsin, 483 U.S. 868 (1987) and several federal courts have held that warrantless searches are permitted under certain circumstances. Although U.S. Probation Officers do not have general statutory authority to conduct searches, 18 U.S.C. §§ 3563(b) and 3583(d) authorize warrantless searches based on reasonable suspicion of persons required to register as sex offenders. LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer 18 U.S.C. 3606 LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer
LEOX - U.S. Pretrial Services Officer
18 U.S.C. 3603(9), 18 U.S.C. 3154(13)
    LEOX - U.S. Pretrial Services Officer Assistant 32                
    LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer 4,797                
    LEOX - U.S. Probation Officer Assistant 127                
Subtotal: Administrative Office of the US Courts (AOUSC)     5,528                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Agency for International Development, Office of the Inspector General Our mission is to preserve and protect the integrity of programs and operations of USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the Inter-American Foundation, the African Development Foundation, and upon request, to the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. Our objective is the elimination of fraud in contracts, grants and cooperative agreements, and the prevention of employee misconduct in the programs and operations of our client agencies. Our investigative priorities are twofold: first, to investigate procurement and contract fraud; and second, to investigate serious misconduct by employees and personal service contractors. 1811--Criminal Investigator 22 1811 USAID OIG Special Agents carry out their criminal investigative functions as set forth in the Inspector General Act of 1978, 5 U.S.C. app. 3, as amended, which includes conducting investigations relating to Agency programs and operations and preventing and detecting fraud and abuse in programs and operations administered or financed by the Agency. 1811 Section 812 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (P. L. 107-296 ) and the subsequent Attorney General “Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority”, granted statutory authority to the Offices of Inspector General, as listed in Section 6(e) of the Inspector General Actof 1978, 5 U.S.C. app. 3., as amended. Under Section 6(e), investigators within the Offices of Inspector General may carry firearms, make arrests and execute search warrants. 1811 Section 812 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (P. L. 107-296 ) and the subsequent Attorney General “Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority”, granted statutory authority to the Offices of Inspector General, as listed in Section 6(e) of the Inspector General Actof 1978, 5 U.S.C. app. 3., as amended. Under Section 6(e), investigators within the Offices of Inspector General may carry firearms, make arrests and execute search warrants. 1811 Section 812 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (P. L. 107-296 ) and the subsequent Attorney General “Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority”, granted statutory authority to the Offices of Inspector General, as listed in Section 6(e) of the Inspector General Actof 1978, 5 U.S.C. app. 3., as amended. Under Section 6(e), investigators within the Offices of Inspector General may carry firearms, make arrests and execute search warrants.
Subtotal: Agency for International Development     22                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Corporation for National and Community Service, Office of the Inspector General The mission of the Investigative Section of the Office of Inspector General for the Corporation for National and Community Service (Corporation) includes the investigation of fraud and fraud-related crimes involving Corporation programs and operations. 1811--Criminal Investigator 7 1811 42 USC 12651e(b)
5 USC App 3 Sec 6(a)(2)
1811 42 USC 12651e(b)
5 USC App 3 Sec 6(e)(1)(C)

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inpsector General with Statutory Law Enforcement (Dec. 8, 2003)

Attorney General's Authorization of Statutory Law Enforcement Powers for CNCS OIG Investigative Personnel, (Letter from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to Acting Inspector General Carol Bates, Jan. 10, 2006)
1811 42 USC 12651e(b)
5 USC App 3 Sec 6(e)(1)(B)
5 USC App 3 Sec 6(e)(1)(C)

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement (Dec. 8, 2003)

Attorney General's Authorization of Statutory Law Enforcement Powers for CNCS OIG Investigative Personnel, (Letter from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to Acting Inspector General Carol Bates, Jan. 10, 2006)
1811 5 USC App 3 Sec 6(e)(1)(A)

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement (Dec. 8, 2003)

Attorney General's Authorization of Statutory Law Enforcement Powers for CNCS OIG Investigative Personnel, (Letter from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to Acting Inspector General Carol Bates)
Subtotal: Corporation for National and Community Service     7                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) The mission of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is to safeguard U. S. agriculture and ensuring the health and value of American animal, plant, and natural resources and the environment. Within APHIS, Investigative and Enforcement Services (IES) has an important role in contributing to that mission. A small IES headquarters staff coordinates enforcement actions on a national basis, reviews and processes cases for formal administrative action or criminal prosecution, develops uniform penalty guidelines, collects civil penalties, and coordinates activity between APHIS units and USDA Office of the General Counsel. Professionally trained IES field investigators stationed throughout the U.S. help the regulated individuals and industries achieve compliance with APHIS regulations. IES accomplishes compliance through comprehensive investigations, sound enforcement, and strong educational efforts by:
• Investigating alleged violations of APHIS-related Federal laws and regulations;
• Maintaining investigative case records and tracking unresolved violation cases;
• Coordinating efforts throughout APHIS, USDA, and cooperating Federal/State agencies to resolve violations of agricultural health laws;
• Establishing a centralized enforcement resource system;
• Gathering and sharing information on violations and violators for APHIS units; and
• Training APHIS inspectors to document violations and collect evidence for possible investigations.
1810--Investigator 91 1810
18 USC 545
18 USC 912
18 USC 1001
18 USC 1341
7 USC 7713
1810

7 USC 7701 section 421
7 USC 2131-2159 section 16(a)
7 USC 8301-8317 section 10408

9 CFR 2.38(b) and 2.126
  No Authority   No Authority
Department of Agriculture, Office of the Inspector General The Office of Inspector General (OIG) assists the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) by promoting effectiveness and integrity in the hundreds of programs of the Department. These programs encompass a broad spectrum, involving such areas as consumer protection, nutrition, animal and plant health, agricultural production, agricultural product inspection and marketing, rural development, research, conservation, and forestry. OIG Investigations is the law enforcement arm of the Department, with Department-wide investigative jurisdiction. OIG Special Agents conduct investigations of significant criminal activities involving USDA programs, operations, and personnel. Such crimes include frauds in subsidy, price support, benefits, and insurance programs; significant thefts of Government property or funds; bribery; extortion; smuggling; health and safety of the public; and assaults on employees. 1811--Special Agent 172 1811 7 U.S.C. 2270

7 C.F.R. 1a
1811 7 U.S.C. 2270

7 C.F.R. 1a
1811 7 U.S.C. 2270

7 C.F.R. 1a
1811 7 U.S.C. 2270

7 C.F.R. 1a
Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service, Law Enforcement and Investigations Law enforcement is an integral part of the overall management of the National Forest System. Law enforcement personnel, line officers, and appropriate staff shall ensure that prevention, investigation, enforcement, and program management requirements are fully integrated into all National Forest System resource management programs. Law enforcement personnel operate as full partners within the Forest Service organization in carrying out the agency's mission, especially in upholding Federal laws and regulations that protect the natural resources, agency employees, and the public. Accomplishment of the Forest Service law enforcement mission is a product of trust, cooperation, and collaboration between law enforcement and other agency employees. 1801--Law Enforcement Officer 100 1801
1802
1811
16 U.S.C. 551
16 U.S.C. 551(a)
16 U.S.C. 553
16 U.S.C. 559
16 U.S.C. 559(b-g)
16 U.S.C. 480
18 U.S.C. 13

36 C.F.R. Parts 261 & 262

Forest Service Manual 5300
MOU with Drug Enforcement Administration
1801
1802
1811
16 U.S.C. 551
16 U.S.C. 551(a)
16 U.S.C. 553
16 U.S.C. 559
16 U.S.C. 559 (b-g)
16 U.S.C. 480
18 U.S.C. 13

Forest Service Manual 5300
MOU with Drug Enforcement Administration
1801
1802
1811
16 U.S.C. 559
16 U.S.C. 559 (b-g)
18 U.S.C. 13
18 U.S.C. 3559
18 U.S.C. 3571

36 C.F.R. 261


Forest Service Manual 5300
MOU with Drug Enforcement Administration
1801
1802
1811
16 U.S.C. 559 (b-g)

Forest Service Manual 5300
MOU with Drug Enforcement Administration
    1802--Law Enforcement Officer 330                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 120                
Subtotal: Department of Agriculture     813                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, Office of Export Enforcement The mission of the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Export Enforcement (EE) is to protect U.S. national security, homeland security, foreign policy, and economic interests through a law enforcement program focused on sensitive exports to hostile entities or those that engage in onward proliferation, and related public safety laws. EE accomplishes its mission through preventative and investigative enforcement activities and then pursuing appropriate criminal and administrative sanctions against export violators.

EE also enforces the Fastener Quality Act on behalf of the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology. The Act protects the public safety by requiring that certain fasteners sold in commerce conform to the specifications; providing for accreditation of laboratories engaged in fastener testing; and requiring inspection, testing and certification in accordance with standardized methods.
1811--Criminal Investigator 103 1811 50 U.S.C. § 2411 (a)(1)
50 U.S.C. § 1701-1706
15 USC § 5408 (d)(1)

15 C.F.R. § 730

Executive Order 13222 of August 5, 2005 (70 Fed Reg 45273)
1811 50 U.S.C. § 2411(a)(3)(B)
50 U.S.C. § 1701-1706

15 C.F.R. § 730

Executive Order 13222 of August 2, 2005 (70 Fed Reg 45273)

Since the Export Administration Act has lapsed, Special Agents are deputized as Special Deputy U.S. Marshals in order to continue to exercise their law enforcement powers.
1811 50 U.S.C. § 2411(a)(3)(B)
50 U.S.C. § 1701-1706

15 C.F.R. § 730

Executive Order 13222 of August 2, 2005 (70 Fed Reg 45273)

Since the Export Administration Act has lapsed, Special Agents are deputized as Special Deputy U.S. Marshals in order to continue to exercise their law enforcement powers.
1811 50 U.S.C. § 2411(a)(3)(B)
50 U.S.C. § 1701-1706

15 C.F.R. § 730

Executive Order 13222 of August 2, 2005 (70 Fed Reg 45273)

Since the Export Administration Act has lapsed, Special Agents are deputized as Special Deputy U.S. Marshals in order to continue to exercise their law enforcement powers.
Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST POLICE SERVICES GROUP (191.01): Provides physical security protection by means of an alarm system, access control system, area patrolling and fixed posts, closed circuit television, vehicle inspection, and emergency response to both security incidents and fire/rescue incidents. Provides police services including traffic control, enforcement of traffic and parking regulations, and issuance of motor vehicle parking permits. Investigates motor vehicle accidents and criminal activities conducted on the Gaithersburg campus such as thefts, destruction or defacement of government or personal property, assaults, threats, and other incidents of a violent nature. Provides lost and found services; and issues photographic identification badges and visitor passes. 0083--Police Officer 28 0083 To the extent permitted by 40 U.S.C. 318(b) pursuant to the Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from the Administrator of General Services dated July 12, 2001. 0083 To the extent permitted by 40 U.S.C. 318(b) pursuant to the Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from the Administrator of General Services dated July 12, 2001. 0083 To the extent permitted by 40 U.S.C. 318(b) pursuant to the Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from the Administrator of General Services dated July 12, 2001. 0083 To the extent permitted by 40 U.S.C. 318(b) pursuant to the Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from the Administrator of General Services dated July 12, 2001.
Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of Law Enforcement (OLE) As part of the Department of Commerce, NOAA's Office for Law Enforcement (OLE) is the lead agency responsible for the ecosystem protection and conservation of most of the United States living marine resources. It works closely with the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, coastal state enforcement agencies and other federal partners to assure compliance with laws governing living marine resources throughout it's jurisdiction of over 3.4 millian square miles of ocean. OLE responsibilities include more than 100 legislative acts and over 29 international treaties and conventions, enforcing over 24 statutes under Title 16 of the United States Code and additional criminal statutes under Title 18. OLE continues to support homeland security activities within NOAA and in collaboration with other federal law enforcement agencies. 1811--Criminal Investigator 156 1811
1812
16 U.S.C. 3375 1811
1812
16 U.S.C. 3375 1811
1812
16 U.S.C. 3375 1811
1812
16 U.S.C. 3375
    1812--Enforcement Officer 20                
Department of Commerce, Office of Security The Office of Security (OSY) is responsible for reducing the U.S. Department of Commerce's risk through the functional activities of its headquarters component and eight field offices. Presently, OSY employs personnel who have been deputized by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) to protect the Secretary and his/her designee. Other USMS-deputized personnel provide enhanced emergency response capabilities for select critical assets. Also, through delegated authority from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (formerly through authority delegated by the General Services Administration), OSY employs federal police officers at the National Institute of Standards & Technology campus in Boulder, Colorado. 0080--Security Specialist 20 0083 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2),(c)(1),(g)

41 C.F.R. 102-72.90

Delegated authority from the Department of Homeland Security to protect federal property and persons on federal property, pursuant to the Homeland Security Act of 2002
0083
0080
0083 - 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2), (c)(1), (g)
0080 - 28 U.S.C. 566(c)

0083 - 41 C.F.R. 102-72.90
0080 - 28 C.F.R. 0.112

0083 - Delegated authority from the Department of Homeland Security to protect Federal property and persons on Federal property, pursuant to the Homeland Security Act of 2002
0083
0080
0083 - 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2), (c)(1), (g)
0080 - 28 U.S.C. 566(c), (d)
18 U.S.C. 3053

0083 - 41 C.F.R. 102-72.90
0080 - 28 C.F.R. 0.112

0083 - Delegated authority from the Department of Homeland Security to protect Federal property and persons on Federal property, pursuant to the Homeland Security Act of 2002
0083
0080
0083 - 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2), (c)(1), (g)
0080 - 28 U.S.C. 566(d)
18 U.S.C. 3053

0083 - 41 C.F.R. 102-72.90
0080 - 28 C.F.R. 0.112

0083 - Delegated authority from the Department of Homeland Security to protect Federal property and persons on Federal property, pursuant to the Homeland Security Act of 2002
    0083--Police Officer 17                
Department of Commerce, Office of the Inspector General The primary mission of the Commerce OIG Office of Investigations is to protect departmental resources and the integrity of DOC programs and operations through the prevention and detection of fraud, waste, abuse, and misconduct. Our investigative resources are focused on several areas that routinely make up the greatest part of our caseload: fraud and corruption involving contractors, grantees, and other private parties dealing with the Department; employee fraud, corruption, and misconduct; and criminal misuse of government information technology and computer resources. OIG investigations may result in the imposition of criminal, civil or administrative sanctions. 1811--Special Agent 20 1811 5 U.S.C.A. App. 3 (The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended) 1811 5 U.S.C.A. App. 3 §6(e)(1)(C) 1811 5 U.S.C.A. App. 3 §6(e)(1)(B) 1811 5 U.S.C.A. App. 3 §6(e)(1)(A)
Subtotal: Department of Commerce     364                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Education, Office of the Inspector General The mission of the U.S. Department of Education (The Department), Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote the efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of the Department's programs and operations. The OIG conducts independent and objective audits, investigations, inspections, and other activities.

The OIG has four primary business functions: audit, investigation, cyber-security and evaluation and inspection. To perform these tasks, the OIG has staff located in Washington, D.C., seven federal cities (Boston, New York, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Kansas City and Dallas), as well as five satellite locations [Pittsburgh (opening in 2007), Pembroke Pines, San Juan, Sacramento and Long Beach].

OIG Investigation Services (IS) is responsible for all investigative activities relating to the Department's programs and operations and the prevention and detection of fraud and abuse in these programs and operations. IS also conducts, supervises, and coordinates investigations of suspected fraudulent activity by Departmental employees. IS is responsible for establishing the necessary procedures for coordination with the U.S. Department of Justice on all criminal matters dealing with the Department’s programs and operations.

1811--Special Agent 97 1811 Section 4(a)(1) of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. App.

1811 Section 6(e)(1)(C) of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. App. 1811 Section 6(e)(1)(B) & (C) of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. App. 1811 Section 6(e)(1)(A) of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. App.
Subtotal: Department of Education     97                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Energy, National Nuclear Safety Administration, Office of Secure Transportation - Office of Mission Operations The Office of Secure Transportation (OST)is responsible for the transport and security of nuclear weapons, components, and special nuclear material throughout the United States.
The OST Federal Agents have unique authority for the use of deadly force in that they may deadly force to protect property (Nuclear weapons, special nuclear material) for the security and safety of the country.
42 USC 2201(K) and 10 CFR 1047 give the Agents authority for making arrests and investigating violations.
0084--Nuclear Materials Courier 307 0084 42 USC 2201(k)

10 CFR 1047.1 et seq
  No Authority 0084 42 USC 2201(k)

10 CFR 1047.1 et seq

DOE O 470.4
DOE O 470.4-1 et seq
0084 42 USC 2201 (k)

10 CFR 1047.1 et seq

DOE O 470.4
DOE M 470.4-1 et seq

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Energy, Office of Health, Safety and Security, Office of Security Operations The Office of Security Operations law enforcement mission includes the conduct of investigations into matters of security concern and executive protection services. It also includes support to continuity programs and the protection of DOE property and facilities. This office conducts investigations of alleged or suspected violations pursuant to the Atomic Energy Act, United States Code, Executive Orders, and Attorney General Guidelines. Our human capital consists of Criminal Investigators (GS-1811) and contract Security Police Officers, who are law enforcement commissioned under the Atomic Energy Act, charged with the protection of the Department's assets. The Criminal Investigators have extensive training through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in all aspects of federal law enforcement, investigations, search and arrest warrants, use of force, use of firearms, arrest techniques and constitutional law. 1811--Criminal Investigator/Special Agent 15   No Authority   No Authority 1811 42 U.S.C. 2201

10 C.F.R. 1047

18 U.S.C. 3053, GS-1811 Criminal Investigators are Deputizd by the U.S. Marshals Service for Protective Services for the Secretary of Energy.
1811 42 U.S.C. 2201

18 USC 3053, GS-1811 Criminal Investigators are Deputized by the U.S. Marshals Service for Protective Services for the Secretary of Energy.
Department of Energy, Office of the Inspector General The United States Department of Energy, Office of Investigations primary responsibility is to investigate allegations involving violations of criminal and/or civil federal law and serious administrative misconduct. The goal of the office is to ensure that its investigative efforts focus on allegations relating to the most serious violations involving the Department of Energy, including the National Nuclear Security Administration, and programs most vulnerable to fraud, waste and abuse. 1811--Criminal Investigator 54 1811 The Homeland Security Act of 2002, Public Law 107-296 amended the IG Act of 1978 (5 United States Code (U.S.C.) Appendix 3)and granted statutory law enforcement authority to presidentially appointed Inspectors General.

"Attorney General Guidelines for Office of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority" (December 8, 2003)issued by the Office of the Attorney General, United States Department of Justice.
1811 The Homeland Security Act of 2002, Public Law 107-296, amended the IG Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C Appendix 3) and granted statutory law enforcement authority to presidentially appointed Inspectors General.

"Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority: (December 8, 2003)issued by the Office of the Attorney General, United States Department of Justice.
1811 The Homeland Security Act of 2002, Public Law 107-296, amended the IG Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C. Appendix 3) and granted statutory authority to presidentially appointed Inspectors General.

"Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority" (December 8, 2003)issued by the Office of the Attorney General, United States Department of Justice.
1811 The Homeland Security Act of 2002, Public Law 107-296, amended the IG Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C. Appendix 3)and granted statutory law enforcement authority to presidentially appointed Inspectors General.

"Attorney General Guidelines for Office of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority" (December 8, 2003) issued by the Office of the Attorney General,United States Department of Justice
Subtotal: Department of Energy     376                
Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA)/Office of Criminal Investigations The mission of the Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) is to investigate suspected criminal violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA); the Federal Anti-Tampering Act (FATA); and other statutes including applicable Title 18 violations; and to collect evidence to support successful prosecutive actions through the federal or state court systems as appropriate.

OCI was establised to provide an additional enforcement resource to augment the Food and Drug Administration's inspectional, compliance, and regulatory efforts. OCI concentrates its resources on investigations of significant violations of the FDCA and FATA which pose a danger to the public health.

OCI is the entity within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) responsible for the conduct and coordination of criminal investigations and, as such, maintains liaison and cooperative investigative efforts with other federal, state, local, and international law enforcement agencies.
1811--Criminal Investigator 177 1811 21 U.S.C. 372(e)

21 C.F.R 5.31

Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedures as stipulated in 60.2(b) and 60.3(a)(3) of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations
1811 21 U.S.C. 372(e)(2)

21 C.F.R. 5.31

Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedures
1811 21 U.S.C. 372(e)(2)

21 C.F.R. 5.31
1811 21 U.S.C 372 (e)(1)

21 C.F.R. 5.31
Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health Mission Statement – National Institutes of Health Division of Police

The mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Division of Police is to protect against criminal and terrorist actions and to ensure that patient care and research can be conducted in a safe and secure environment. Its force is comprised of a staff of 90 police officers and 30 civilian support personnel, and is supplemented by a guard force of approximately 400 contract guards. The NIH Division of Police seeks to be responsive to the needs of its patients, employees and visitors.

The NIH is comprised of over 18,000 federal employees and over 6,500 contractors and receives thousands of visitors, including patients, daily. It plays a major role in Biodefense and in Project BioShield, and is classified as a DOJ Level 4 facility. It also has several Level 5 buildings on its campuses.

The NIH Division of Police brings value to the NIH community by ensuring the safety and security of employees, visitors, patients, and contractors, as well as the protection of the NIH’s research and knowledge assets. The officers and employees of the NIH Division of Police attempt to meet this responsibility in the least invasive manner and at a reasonable cost to the Agency.

0080--Supervisory Security Specialist 4 0083
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (formerly 40 U.S.C. 318-318d)

45 C.F.R. Part 3
0083
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (formerly 40 U.S.C. 318-318d) 0083
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (formerly 40 U.S.C. 318-318d)

45 C.F.R. Part 3
0083
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (formerly 40 U.S.C. 318-318d)

45 C.F.R. Part 3
    0083--Police Officer 86                
Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General The Office of Investigations (OI), Office of Inspector General (OIG), is responsible for conducting and coordinating investigative activities related to allegations of fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) programs by applicants, grantees, contractors, or by HHS employees in the performance of their official duties. It serves as OIG liaison to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on all matters relating to investigations of HHS programs and personnel. The OI also serves as a liaison with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), State licensing boards and Federal, State and local law enforcement officials, as well as other outside organizations and entities with regard to exclusion, compliance and enforcement activities. OI also provides security and protection services to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. 1801--Secretarial Protection Specialist 8 1811 5 U.S.C. App. § 4(a)(2) (The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended)

a) The OIG has the authority under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-191), to conduct investigations “related to the delivery of and payment for health care in the United States.”


b) HHS appropriations acts specifically authorize the HHS/OIG to conduct investigations involving violations of the Deadbeat Parents Punishment Act (18 U.S.C. § 228).
1801
1811
5 U.S.C. App. § 6(e)(1)(C)

28 CFR 0.112 (1801’s who serve on the Secretary’s protection detail are deputized as U.S. Marshals)
1801
1811
5 U.S.C. App. § 6(e)(1)(B),(C)

28 CFR 0.112 (1801’s who serve on the Secretary’s protection detail are deputized as U.S. Marshals)
1801
1811
5 U.S.C. App. § 6(e)(1)(B),(A)

28 CFR 0.112 (1801’s who serve on the Secretary’s protection detail are deputized as U.S. Marshals)
    1811--Criminal Investigator 372                
Subtotal: Department of Health and Human Services     647                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Homeland Security, Citizenship and Immigration Services To "Secure America's Promise" through safeguarding personnel, property, facilities, information, and operations, across the USCIS enterprise; while ensuring continuity of essential functions and upholding standards of conduct and integrity. 0080--Special Agent 10 1801
1811
0080
8 U.S.C.

8 CFR 100.2.

Department of Homeland Security
Delegation: 0150.1

United States Marshals Service
Special Deputation Appointment
1811 DHS Delegation: 0150.1 1801
1811
0080
United States Marshals Service
Special Deputation Appointment
1801
1811
0080
DHS Delegation 0150.1
United States Marshals Service
Special Deputatio Appointment
    1801--Investigative Specialist 0                
    1811--Special Agent 5                
Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, Border Patrol The Border Patrol has as its priority mission preventing terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the United States. The Border Patrol will continue to advance its traditional mission by preventing illegal aliens, smugglers, narcotics and other contraband from entering the United States as these measures directly impact the safety and security of the United States. 1884--Customs Patrol Officer 17 1896 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 482, 1486, 1496, 1499, 1509,1581, 1582, 1583,1589a, 1595, 1701, 1703

22 U.S.C. 401, 2778

31 U.S.C. 5317
1896 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1595, 1589a

31 U.S.C. 5317
1896 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1581, 1589a

Memorandum of Understanding with DEA
Memorandum of Understanding with FBI
Memorandum of Understanding with BATF
1896 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1589a
    1896--Border Patrol Agent 11,741                
Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, Office of Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine CBP Air and Marine protects the American people and critical infrastructure by using an integrated and coordinated air and marine force to detect, monitor, intercept, and track suspect conveyances involved with the illegal movement of people, illicit drugs, and other contraband through source, transit, and arrival zones, thereby preventing acts of terrorism arising from these actions. 1801--Marine Interdiction Agent 109 1801
1811
1881
8 U.S.C. 1357
19 U.S.C. 482, 1486, 1496, 1499, 1509,1581, 1582, 1583,1589a, 1595, 1701, 1703

22 U.S.C. 401, 2778

31 U.S.C. 5317
1801
1811
1881
8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1595, 1589a

31 U.S.C. 5317
1801
1811
1881
8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1581, 1589a
1801
1811
1881
8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1589a
    1811--Criminal Investigator 11                
    1881--CBP Air Interdiction Agent 573                
    1896--Border Patrol Agent 5                
    2181--Pilot 6                
Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations/CBP Officers We are the guardians of our Nations borders. We are America's frontline. We safeguard the American homeland at and beyond our borders. We protect the American public againsts terrorists and the instruments of terror. We steadfastly enforce the laws of the United States while fostering our Nations economic security through lawful international trade and travel. We serve the American public with vigilance, integrity and professionalism. The Office of Field Operations is responsible for those acts occuring at the ports of entry. 1895--CBP Officer 17,618 1895 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 482, 1486, 1496, 1499, 1509,1581, 1582, 1583,1589a, 1595, 1701, 1703

22 U.S.C. 401, 2778

31 U.S.C. 5317
1895 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1595, 1589a

31 U.S.C. 5317
1895 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1581, 1589a

Memorandum of Understanding with DEA, Memorandum of Understanding with FBI, Memorandum of Understanding with BATF
1895 8 U.S.C. 1357

19 U.S.C. 1589a
Subtotal: Customs and Border Protection     30,080                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Security Branch In short, FEMA Mission for our Special Deputy US Marshal, FEMA Special Agent program is to support FEMA overall Mission, thus performing duties in the capacity of a Special Agent for FEMA as approved or assigned by the Chief of Security or his designee. Effective 21 July 2006, Department of Homeland Security designated FEMA Mt. Weather Police as officers of the Department under 40 U.S.C. 1315. 0080--Security Specialist 20 0083 40 U.S.C. s/s 1315 0083 40 U.S.C. s/s 1315 0083 40 U.S.C. s/s 1315 0083
0080
40 USC s/s 1315

MOU with USMS September 2003
    0083--Police Officer 60                
Department of Homeland Security, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Protect persons and property at the
Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC), Brunswick, Georgia, Artesia, New Mexico, and such other FLETC sites as may be appropriate.
0080--Physical Security Specialist 3 1811 40 U.S.C. 1315

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Delegation Number 7050.
U.S. Marshal Service Special Deputation Appointment
1811 40 U.S.C. 1315

DHS Delegation Number 7050
U.S.Marshal Service Special Deputation Appointment.
1801
1811
0080
0340
40 U.S.C. 1315

DHS Delegation Number 7050
U.S. Marshal Service Special Deputation Appointment
1801
1811
0080
0340
40 U.S.C. 1315

DHS Delegation Number 7050
U.S. Marshal Service Special Deputation Appointment
    0340--Program Manager (Physical Security) 1                
    1801--Law Enforcement Specialist 7                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 3                
Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Inspector General The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) serves as an independent and objective inspection, audit, and investigative body to promote effectiveness, efficiency, and economy in DHS’s programs and operations, and to prevent and detect fraud, abuse, mismanagement, and waste in such programs and operations. 1811--Criminal Investigator 158 1811 6 U.S.C. § 113, 5 U.S.C. App.3, § 6 1811 6 U.S.C. § 113; 5 U.S.C. App.3, § 6(e) 1811 6 U.S.C. § 113, 5 U.S.C. App.3, § 6(e) 1811 5 U.S.C. App.3, § 6(e).
Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Office of Law Enforcement / Federal Air Marshal Service To promote confidence in our Nation's civil aviation system through the effective deployment of Federal Air Marshals; to detect, deter, and defeat hostile acts targeting U.S. air carriers, airports, passengers, and crews. 1801--Federal Air Marshal . 1801
1811
49 U.S.C. 114(q) 1801
1811
49 U.S.C. 114(q) 1801
1811
49 U.S.C. 114(q); 49 U.S.C 44903(d) 1801
1811
49 U.S.C. 114(q); 49 U.S.C. 44903(d)
    1811--Criminal Investigator/Assistant Federal Security Director-LE 70                
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard, Investigative Service The mission of the Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) is to conduct professional criminal investigations, engage in law enforcement information and intelligence collection, provide protective services, support Coast Guard counter-intelligence efforts, and establish and maintain law enforcement liaison directed at preserving the integrity of the Coast Guard, protecting the welfare of Coast Guard people, and enforcing federal narcotics, immigration, fisheries, and environmental laws, treaties, and other international agreements on the high seas and waters under U.S. jurisdiction. 1811--Criminal Investigator 192 1811
Military Personnel are not assigned OPM job series codes
however Military Personnal do have authority to conduct criminal investigations in reliance on 14 USC 95. 10 USC 832 is relied on by Military personnel to conduct investigations regarding personnel subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
14 U.S.C. 95, 10 U.S.C. 832 1811
Military Personnel are not assigned job series codes by OPM
however Military Personnel are assigned as criminal investigators.
14 U.S.C. 95 1811
Military Personnel are not assigned job series codes by OPM
however
Military Personnel are assigned as criminal investigators.
14 U.S.C. 89; 14 U.S.C. 95; 19 U.S.C. 1589a; 46 U.S.C 70117 1811
Military Personnel are not assigned job series codes by OPM
but are assigned as criminal investigators and Boarding Officers
14 U.S.C. 95, 19 U.S.C. 1589a; 46 U.S.C. 70117

14 USC 89

14 USC 143

19 USC 1401
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard, Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officers Maritime Law Enforcement is any armed intervention by uniformed CG personel including aboard vessels and at facilities ashore, to detect and/or supress any violation of applicable law. (14 USC 89) is the pricipal source of CG MLE authority)

The CG may make inquiries, examinations, inspections, searches & arrest upon the high seas & waters over which the USA has jurisdiction for the prevention, detection & suppression of violations of laws of the US. When from such inquiries, examinations, inspection or search it appears that a breach of the laws of the USA rendering a person liabile to arrest is being, or has been committed by any person, such person shall be arrested, or, if escaping to shore shall be immediately pursued and arrested on shore, or other lawful and appropriate action shall be taken.
Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officers 3,780   No Authority Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officer 14 USC 143

19 USC 1401

33 CFR Part 6

Secretary DHS may designate as appropriate
Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officers 14 USC Section 143

19 USC Section 1401
Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officers 14 USC Section 143

19 USC 1401

33 CFR Part 6

Secretary DHS may delegate
Subtotal: U.S. Coast Guard     3,972                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Detention and Removal It is the mission of the ICE Office of Detention and Removal to promote public safety and national security by ensuring the departure from the United States of all removable aliens through the fair and effective enforcement of the nations immigration laws. The ICE Office of Detention and Removal employs its resources and expertise to locate and arrest fugitive aliens; to detain certain aliens while their cases are being processed; and to remove them from the United States when so ordered. 1801--Deportation Officer 1,205 1801 8 USC 1103(a), 8 USC 1253(a); 8 USC 1253(b), 8 USC 1326, 8 USC 1325, 18 USC 911, 18 USC 1001, 8 USC 1225(a).

8 CFR 103, 8 CFR 287

1801 8 USC 1357

8 CFR 287.5

Section 287(c)of the Immigration & Nationality Act (INA)
1801 8 USC 1357, 8 USC 1225

8 CFR 287.5

Section 287(a)(5)(b)of the Immigration & Nationality Act (INA)
1801 8 USC 1357

8 CFR 287.5
    1801--Immigration Enforcement Agent 2,260                
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Federal Protective Service 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.

Officers and agents are responsible for the protection of Federal property and persons on the property. The Director of FPS may enter into agreements with Federal agencies and with state and local governments to obtain authority for officers and agents to enforce Federal and state and local laws concurrently for the protection of Federal property and persons on the property. Upon request of the head of a Federal agency having charge or control of property owned or occupied by the Federal Government, but not under the Federal jurisdiction of the Administrator of General Services or the Department of Homeland Security, the Director of FPS may detail officers and agents for the protection of the property and persons on the property.



0080--Physical Security Specialist 470 0083
1801
1811
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (b)(2)(e)

DHS Delegation Number 7030.2, Delegation of Authority to the Assistant Secretary of U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

ICE Delegation #2 from the Assistant Secretary to the Director, FPS.
0083
1811
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (b)(2)(D)

DHS Delegation Number 7030.2, Delegation of Authority to the Assistant Secretary of U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

ICE Delegation #2 from the Assistant Secretary to the Director, FPS.
0083
1801
1811
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2)(c)

DHS Delegation Number 7030.2, Delegation of Authority to the Assistant Secretary of U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

ICE Delegation #2 from the Assistant Secretary to the Director, FPS.
0083
1801
1811
0080
40 U.S.C. 1315 (b)(2)(b)

DHS Delegation Number 7030.2, Delegation of Authority to the Assistant Secretary of U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

ICE Delegation #2 from the Assistant Secretary to the Director, FPS.
    0083--Police Officer 307                
    1801--Supervisory Protection Officer 8                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 139                
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Intelligence To detect and identify individuals and groups involved in terrorism, criminal acts/schemes, the smuggling of aliens and/or contraband including weapons of mass destruction, dual-use technology, munitions-list articles, ncarcotics and other drugs, threats to government facilities, and the movement of money and monetary instruments in support of illicit endeavors. The resulting intelligence is disseminated to operational units to prevent perpetrators and contraband from penetrating the borders of the United States and for use in interdiction, investigation, prosecution and removal proceedings, and to aid ICE managers in making operational decisions, acquiring and allocating resources, and determining policy. 1801--Intelligence Officer 12 1811 8 USC 1103, 1226, 1357
19 USC 1332, 1677m

8 CFR 287.1(e),(g) & (h)
1801
1811
8 USC 1103, 1226, 1357
18 USC 2331, 2234

8 CFR 287.5
1801
1811
8 USC 1103, 1226, 1357
19 USC 1589(a)

8 CFR 287.5
1801
1811
8 USC 1103, 1226, 1357
6 USC 101
8 USC 1357
19 USC 1589(a)

8 CFR 287.5

ICE Firearms Policy
    1811--Special Agent 28                
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Investigations To protect the United States and its' people by deterring, interdicting, and investigating threats arising from the movement of people and goods into and out of the United States, and by policing and securing federal facilities across the nation. 1801--Technical Enforcement Officer 61 1811 19 USC 1589a, 19 USC 1401(i), 6 USC 401, 8 USC 1101(a)(18), 8 USC 1103(a), 19 USC 1401(i), 19 USC 1581, 8 USC 1101(a)(18), 8 USC 1225, 8 USC 1357, 6 USC 111, 6 USC 112, 6 USC 202, 6 USC 211, 6 USC 251, 6 USC 252, 6 USC 542, 8 USC 1363a, 19 USC 482, 19 USC 1461, 19 USC 1486, 19 USC 1496, 19 USC 1583, 19 USC 1587, 19 USC 2081, 19 USC 1509, 31 USC 5317, INA sec. 235(a)(5), INA sec. 235(d)(3), INA sec. 235(d)(4), INA sec. 287(a)(1), INA sec. 287(b), INA sec. 287(c).

8 CFR 2.1, 8 CFR 103.1, 8 CFR 235.3, 8 CFR 236, 8 CFR 238, 8 CFR 239.1, 8 CFR 270, 8 CFR 274C, 8 CFR 287.5, 8 CFR 287, 16 CFR 1210, 19 CFR 11.13, 19 CFR 12.130, 19 CFR 12.131, 19 CFR 12.132, 19 CFR 12.140, 19 CFR 18, 19 CFR 102.21, 19 CFR 122.16, 19 CFR 141, 142 and 143, 19 CFR 145.54, 19 CFR 159.58, 19 CFR 162.45a, 10 CFR 162.62, 19 CFR 162.63, 21 CFR 1300.01, 21 CFR 1300.02, 21 CFR 1301.01, 21 CFR 1301.12, 21 CFR 1301.26, 21 CFR 1301.31, 21 CFR 1301.34, 21 CFR 1301.35, 21 CFr 1301.36, 21 CFR 1301.37, 21 CFR 1301.41, 21 CFR 1301.44, 21 CFR 1305.04, 21 CFR 1305.08, 21 CFR 1307.12, 21 CFR 1308.24, 21 CFR 1308.32, 21 CFR 1308.34, 21 CFR 1309.01, 21 CFR 1310.11, 21 CFR 1310.12, 21 CFR 1310.13, 21 CFR 1310.15, 21 CFR 1312, 21 CFR 1313.25

DHS Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5.
1811 19 USC 1589a, 18 USC 3105, INA sec. 16.58, INA sec. 16.62

DHA Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Presidential Directive 5.
1811 19 USC 1589a, 19 USC 507, 8 USC 1357, 8 USC 1324, INA 287(a)(2), INA 287(a)(4), INA 287(a)(5)

19 CFR 167.63

DHS Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Presidential Directive 5.
1801
1811
19 UCS 1589a
    1811--Criminal Investigator 5,693                
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Professional Responsibility The Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) is responsible for investigating allegations concerning criminal activities or administrative misconduct committed by employees of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection. OPR maintains field offices in 18 cities across the nation responsible for conducting these investigations, as well as the Headquarters based Special Investigations Unit responsible for the timely investigation of high profile and sensitive criminal matters. 1801--Technical Enforcement Officer 6 1811 19 USC 1589a, 19 USC 1401(i), 6 USC 401, 8 USC 1101(a)(18), 8 USC 1103(a), 19 USC 1401(i), 19 USC 1581, 8 USC 1101(a)(18), 8 USC 1225, 8 USC 1357, 6 USC 111, 6 USC 112, 6 USC 202, 6 USC 211, 6 USC 251, 6 USC 252, 6 USC 542, 8 USC 1363a, 19 USC 482, 19 USC 1461, 19 USC 1486, 19 USC 1496, 19 USC 1583, 19 USC 1587, 19 USC 2081, 19 USC 1509, 31 USC 5317, INA sec. 235(a)(5), INA sec. 235(d)(3), INA sec. 235(d)(4), INA sec. 287(a)(1), INA sec. 287(b), INA sec. 287(c).

8 CFR 2.1, 8 CFR 103.1, 8 CFR 235.3, 8 CFR 236, 8 CFR 238, 8 CFR 239.1, 8 CFR 270, 8 CFR 274C, 8 CFR 287.5, 8 CFR 287, 16 CFR 1210, 19 CFR 11.13, 19 CFR 12.130, 19 CFR 12.131, 19 CFR 12.132, 19 CFR 12.140, 19 CFR 18, 19 CFR 102.21, 19 CFR 122.16, 19 CFR 141, 142 and 143, 19 CFR 145.54, 19 CFR 159.58, 19 CFR 162.45a, 10 CFR 162.62, 19 CFR 162.63, 21 CFR 1300.01, 21 CFR 1300.02, 21 CFR 1301.01, 21 CFR 1301.12, 21 CFR 1301.26, 21 CFR 1301.31, 21 CFR 1301.34, 21 CFR 1301.35, 21 CFr 1301.36, 21 CFR 1301.37, 21 CFR 1301.41, 21 CFR 1301.44, 21 CFR 1305.04, 21 CFR 1305.08, 21 CFR 1307.12, 21 CFR 1308.24, 21 CFR 1308.32, 21 CFR 1308.34, 21 CFR 1309.01, 21 CFR 1310.11, 21 CFR 1310.12, 21 CFR 1310.13, 21 CFR 1310.15, 21 CFR 1312, 21 CFR 1313.25

DHS Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5

DHS delegation Order 7030.2, Delegation of Authority to the Assistant Secretary for US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, in 2(E) gives ICE the authority for the investigation of misconduct committed by ICE, CBP and CIS employees
1811 19 USC 1589a, 18 USC 3105, INA sec. 16.58, INA sec. 16.62

DHA Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Presidential Directive 5.
1811 19 USC 1589a, 19 USC 507, 8 USC 1357, 8 USC 1324, INA 287(a)(2), INA 287(a)(4), INA 287(a)(5)

19 CFR 167.63

DHS Delegation Order 7030.1, DHS Delegation Order 0160, Presidential Directive PDD 62, Presidential Directive 5.
1801
1811
19 UCS 1589a
    1811--Criminal Investigator 293                
Subtotal: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement     10,482                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Secret Service The United States Secret Service is mandated by statute and executive order to carry out two significant missions: protection and criminal investigations. The Secret Service protects the President and Vice President, their families, heads of state, and other designated individuals; investigates threats against these protectees; protects the White House, Vice President’s Residence, Foreign Missions, and other buildings within Washington, D.C.; and plans and implements security designs for designated National Special Security Events. The Secret Service also investigates violations of laws relating to counterfeiting of obligations and securities of the United States; financial crimes that include, but are not limited to, access device fraud, financial institution fraud, identity theft, computer fraud; and computer-based attacks on our nation’s financial, banking, and telecommunications infrastructure. 0080--Physical Security Specialist 129 0083
1811
With regard to Uniformed Division officers assigned to the 0083 series
they have investigative authority similar to members of the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia.
18 U.S.C. section 3056 0083
1811
18 U.S.C. 3056(c)(1)(A) 0083
1802
1811
The Director
USSS
has limited the scope of arrest authority for GS-1802 Special Officers.
18 USC sections 3056(c)(1)(A) and (C) 0083
1802
1811
0080
18 USC section 3056 (c)(1)(B)
    1802--Operational Support Technician 48                
    1802--Protective Support Technician 53                
    1802--Special Officer 111                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 3,287                
    Uniformed Division member 1,336                
Subtotal: Department of Homeland Security     49,835                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of the Inspector General The HUD Office of Inspector General:
- Promotes the integrity, efficiency and effectiveness of HUD programs and operations to assist the Department in meeting its mission.
- Detects and prevents waste, fraud, and abuse.
- Seeks administrative sanctions, civil recoveries, and/or criminal prosecution of those responsible for waste, fraud and abuse in HUD programs and operations.

We Conduct Our Mission by:
- Conducting independent and objective audits, investigations, and other activities relevant to the HUD mission.
- Keeping the Secretary, Congress, and the American public fully and currently informed.
- Working collaboratively with HUD staff and program participants to ensure success of HUD program goals.





1811--Criminal Investigator 227 1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3, sections 2 and 6.
P.L. No. 106-544- The Presidential Threat Protection Act, sec.6
1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3, sec.6 1811 5 U.S.C Appendix 3,sec.6 1811 5 U.S.C. appendix 3, sec.6
Subtotal: Department of Housing and Urban Development     227                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Law Enforcement Services The mission of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Law Enforcement Services is to uphold the constitutional sovereignty and customs of Tribes, while protecting the rights of all people; to protect life and property; ensure employment suitability and to promote and preserve peace within Indian country. This office is responsible for the overall management of the BIA Law Enforcement Program, and has primary responsibility for the investigation of crimes which occur in Indian country. The Division develops standards, policy and procedures for BIA wide implementation, operates the Indian Police Academy, monitors tribal contracted law enforcement programs, conducts inspections and evaluations of BIA and tribal law enforcement 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 disorders, conducts criminal investigations into criminal violations committed on the reservation, involving Federal, state, county, local and tribal codes, and maintains an automated Criminal Justice Information System. 0083--Police Officer 240 0083
1811
25 U.S. Code, 2801 et.sequ 0083
1811
25 U.S. Code, 2801 et.sequ 0083
1811
25 U.S. Code, 2801 et.sequ 0083
1811
25 U.S. Code, 2801 et.sequ
    1811--Special Agent 103                
Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Office of Law Enforcement and Security The mission of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) law enforcement program is to ensure compliance with those Federal laws that relate to the public lands, their resources and regulations. The BLM law enforcement program is responsible for implementing the law enforcement and natural resource protection aspect of the BLM’s mission. Protection is accomplished through the enforcement of all Federal laws and regulations related to the use, management, and development of the public lands and their resources, including activities related to the administration of the public lands. BLM law enforcement officers (LEOs) employ law enforcement actions such as warnings, citations, complaints, or arrests to ensure compliance with
laws and regulations when voluntary compliance fails. BLM LEOs also take
appropriate action to discover and investigate violations of applicable laws and regulations. Investigations continue until responsibility is established or until every reasonable lead has been exhausted.
1801--Law Enforcement Ranger 185 1801
1811
43 U.S.C. 1733(c)
16 U.S.C. 1338
16 U.S.C. 670(j)
16 U.S.C. 6811


Executive Order 11644
1801
1811
43 U.S.C. 1733(c)
16 U.S.C. 1338
16 U.S.C. 670(j)
1801
1811
43 U.S.C. 1733(c)
16 U.S.C. 1338
16 U.S.C. 670(j)
1801
1811
43 U.S.C. 1733(c)
16 U.S.C. 670(j)
    1811--Special Agent 61                
Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Hoover Dam Police The Bureau of Reclamation (BOR)has its own law enforcement authority and rules of conduct specific to Hoover Dam.

The Hoover Dam Police Department (HDPD)is responsible for providing security and law enforcement services for Hoover Dam, its appurtenant structures; and for protecting the lives of its employees and visitors. The HDPD enforce Federal laws and assimilated State laws that relate to visitor control and the protection of Hoover Dam.

HDPd officers attends the 12 week FLETC Police Training Course at Glynco, Ga. and are covered under the Federal Law Enforcement Retirement System. HDPD officers are sworn and have U.S. Marshal Deputation powers specifically for the protection of Hoover Dam and BOR facilities.
0083--Police Officer 23 0083 - 43 U.S.C. 373b
- 40 U.S.C. 1315
- U.S. Marshal Deputation Powers
specifically to protect Hoover Dam
28 U.S.C. 566d


CFR Title 43, Part 421, soon to be superceded by 43 CFR 423


Based on existing concurrent jurisdiction with both the Arizona Mohave County Sheriff's Office and Nevada Clark County Metropolitan Police Dept, the HDPD are sometimes requested to conduct suicide investigations that occur at Hoover Dam.
0083 - 18 USC, section 13
- 43 U.S.C. 373b
- 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)

- 43 CFR 421 et seq, soon to be superceded by 43 CFR 423 et seq.


- As directed by Federal Magistrate
Judge
0083 -18 USC, section 13
-US Marshal Deputation authority 28USC
566c, 561a, 561f, 509, 510
-As directed by Federal Magistrate Judge

CFR Title 43
As directed by Federal Magistrate Judge

-U.S. Marshal Deputation Powers specifically related to protecting Hoover Dam and BOR facilities (28 USC 566c, 561a, 561f, 509, 510)
0083 -40 USC, 318
-18 USC, section 13
-US Marshal authority 28 USC 566c,
561a. 561f, 509, 510;

-28 CFR 0.111, 0.112, 0.113.
-CFR Title 43
Department of Interior, National Park Service, Ranger Activities The National Park Service was established to promote and regulate the use of Federal areas known as national parks, monuments and reservations, and "to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wildlife therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations". The National Park Service provides for the protection, safety and security of park visitors, employees, concessionaires and public and private property, as well as protecting the natural and cultural resources entrusted to its care. 0025--Park Ranger 1,511 0025
1811
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b) 0025
1811
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b) 0025
1811
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b) 0025
1811
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b)
    1811--Special Agent 43                
Department of Interior, National Park Service, U.S. Park Police The United States Park Police, support and further the missions 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.

SP083 (Police Officer, Investigator, Detective) 604 SP083 (Police Officer
Investigator
Detective)
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b)
General Authorities Act of 1976 41 Federal Register 44876 (1976).

D.C. Code Annotated 5-201-208 (2001)
SP083 (Police Officer
Investigator
Detective)
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b)

D.C. Code Ann. 5-201-208 (2001)
SP083 (Police Officer
Investigator
Detective)
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b)
18 U.S.C. 13. Assimilated Crimes Act

D.C. Code Ann. 5-210-208 (2001)
California Penal Code 830.8 (1996)
New York Criminal Procedure 2.15.9, 140.25(b)
Code of Virginia 19.2-12, 19.2-18, 19.2-81
Ann. Code of Maryland 2-104.1
SP083 (Police Officer
Investigator
Detective)
16 U.S.C. 1a-6(b)

D.C. Code Ann. 5-201-208 (2001)
Subtotal: National Park Service     2,158                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Interior, Office of Law Enforcement, Security and Emergency Management The Office of Law Enforcement,Security, and Emergency Management(OLESEM) carries out the Secretary of the Interior's responsibilities for policy development, direction, coordination, evaluation, inspection, and support of Departmental programs concerning law enforcement, homeland security, security (physical, personnel and suitability, information, and industrial), emergency management, and related information sharing and analysis.

OLESEM serves as the Departmental focal point to provide program guidance and oversight of the Law Enforcement programs. In collaboration with Bureau law enforcement programs as appropriate, OLESEM performs law enforcement and investigative duties, security, emergency management, and related information sharing and analysis functions.

OLESEM provides program guidance and oversight to the following bureaus law enforcement programs:

Bureau of Indian Affairs
National Park Service
Bureau of Land Management
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Bureau of Reclamation
1811--Special Agent 8 1811 U.S. Code, Title 5 (reorganization plan No.3 of 1950) Section 1.(a) and Section 2. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to make provisions as he/she deems appropriate authorizing the performance by any other officer, or by any agency or employee, of the Interior of any function of the secretary, including any function transferred to the Secretary by the provisions of the reorganization plan.

212 Department Manual 17

112 Department Manual 17

MOU between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs,
National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation.



U.S. Marshal Special Deputation Appointment Powers specifically related to the protection of the Secretary of the Interior and to the administration of DOI Lands.
1811 U.S. Code, Title 5 (reorganization plan No.3 of 1950) Section 1.(a) and Section 2. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to make provisions as he/she deems appropriate authorizing the performance by any other officer, or by any agency or employee, of the Interior of any function of the secretary, including any function transferred to the Secretary by the provisions of the reorganization plan.

212 Department Manual 17

112 Department Manual 17

MOU between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs,
National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation.
1811 U.S. Code, Title 5 (reorganization plan No.3 of 1950) Section 1.(a) and Section 2. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to make provisions as he/she deems appropriate authorizing the performance by any other officer, or by any agency or employee, of the Interior of any function of the secretary, including any function transferred to the Secretary by the provisions of the reorganization plan.

212 Department Manual 17

112 Department Manual 17

MOU between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs,
National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation.

U.S. Marshal Special Deputation Appointment Powers specifically related to the protection of the Secretary of the Interior and to the administration of DOI Lands.
1811 U.S. Code, Title 5 (reorganization plan No.3 of 1950) Section 1.(a) and Section 2. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to make provisions as he/she deems appropriate authorizing the performance by any other officer, or by any agency or employee, of the Interior of any function of the secretary, including any function transferred to the Secretary by the provisions of the reorganization plan.

212 Department Manual 17

112 Department Manual 17

MOU between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs,
National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation.

U.S. Marshal Special Deputation Appointment Powers specifically related to the protection of the Secretary of the Interior and to the administration of DOI Lands.
Department of Interior, Office of the Inspector General The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote excellence, integrity and accountability in the programs, operations, and management of the Department of the Interior. The work of the OIG is designed to promote DOI’s efforts to preserve and protect the Nation’s natural and cultural resources and protect DOI facilities; preserve and protect the Nation’s natural and cultural resources and facilities; promote effective financial, grant and procurement activities; further DOI’s efforts to fulfill its responsibilities to American Indians, Alaska Natives and the Insular Areas; and promote the highest standards of integrity, impartiality and professionalism within DOI. 1810--Investigator 7 1810
1811
5 USC App (derived first the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, and amended by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Section 812) 1811 5 USC App. Inspector General Act of 1978, amended by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Section 812. 1811 5 USC App. Inspector General Act of 1978, amended by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Section 812. 1811 5 USC App. Inspector General Act of 1978, amended by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Section 812.
    1811--Special Agent 64                
Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Wildlife Refuge System The mission of the refuge law enforcement program is to support the National Wildlife Refuge System's mission which is to administer a national network of lands and waters for the conservation, management, and where appropriate, restoration of the fish, wildlife, and plant resources and their habitats within the United States for the benefit of present and future generations of Americans. "Furthering the conservation mission of the NWRS through excellence in law enforcement." 0023--Outdoor Recreation Planner / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 2 0025
0023
0401
0404
0455
0460
0462
0485
0486
2181
4749
5705
5716
5786
16 U.S.C. 4224(e), 3375, 706, 727(a), 462, 470(bb), 690(e), 668(b), 742j-1(d), 460k-3, 668dd(g), 1540(e)(3), 1377(d), 2409(b), 5305a(e), 718(f), 4912(e), 742l(k), 5305e
0025
0023
0401
0404
0455
0460
0462
0485
0486
2181
4749
5705
5716
5786
16 U.S.C. 4224(e), 3375, 706, 727(a), 462, 470(bb), 690(e), 668(b), 742j-1(d), 460k-3, 668dd(g), 1540(e)(3), 1377(d), 2409(b), 5305a(e), 718(f), 4912(e), 742l(k), 5305e 0025
0023
0401
0404
0455
0460
0462
0485
0486
2181
4749
5705
5716
5786
16 U.S.C. 4224(e), 3375, 706, 727(a), 462, 470(bb), 690(e), 668(b), 742j-1(d), 460k-3, 668dd(g), 1540(e)(3), 1377(d), 2409(b), 5305a(e), 718(f), 4912(e), 742l(k), 5305e 0025
0023
0401
0404
0455
0460
0462
0485
0486
2181
4749
5705
5716
5786
16 U.S.C. 3375(b)
    0025--Park Ranger / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 212                
    0401--Subsistence Resource Spec. / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 2                
    0404--Biological Science Technician/Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 6                
    0455--Range Technician / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 1                
    0460--Forester / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 2                
    0462--Forestry Technician / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 1                
    0485--Refuge Manager / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 141                
    0486--Wildlife Biologist / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 13                
    2181--Pilot / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 1                
    4749--Maintenance Mechanic / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 5                
    5705--Tactor Operator / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 1                
    5716--Engineering EquipmentOperator/Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 7                
    5786--Small Craft Operator / Refuge Law Enforcement Officer 1                
Subtotal: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service     712                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Law Enforcement The United States Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement's mission is to protect wildlife resources. Through effective enforcement of Federal wildlife laws, we contribute to Fish and Wildlife Service efforts to recover endangered species, conserve migratory birds, preserve wildlife habitat, safeguard fisheries, combat invasive species, and promote international wildlife conservation. We focus on potentially devastating threats to wildlife resources – illegal trade, unlawful commercial exploitation, habitat destruction, and environmental hazards. We investigate wildlife crimes; regulate wildlife trade; help Americans understand and obey wildlife laws; and work in partnership with international, Federal, State, and tribal counterparts to conserve wildlife resources. 1801--Wildlife Inspector 111 1801
1811
16 USC 4224(e), 16 USC 742j-1(d), 16 USC 462, 16 USC 470(bb), 16 USC 668(b), 16 USC 1540(e),16 USC 742l(k), 16 USC 3375, 16 USC 1377(d), 16 USC 718(f), 16 USC 706, 16 USC 727(a), 16 USC 5305a and 5305a(e), 16 USC 690(e), 16 USC 460k-3, 16 USC 668dd(g), 16 USC 2409(b),16 USC 1338(b), 16 USC 4912(e) 1801
1811
16 USC 4224(e), 16 USC 742j-1(d), 16 USC 462, 16 USC 470(bb), 16 USC 668(b), 16 USC 1540(e),16 USC 742l(k), 16 USC 3375, 16 USC 1377(d), 16 USC 718(f), 16 USC 706, 16 USC 727(a), 16 USC 5305a and 5305a(e), 16 USC 690(e), 16 USC 460k-3, 16 USC 668dd(g), 16 USC 2409(b),16 USC 1338(b), 16 USC 4912(e) 1801
1811
16 USC 4224(e), 16 USC 742j-1(d), 16 USC 462, 16 USC 470(bb), 16 USC 668(b), 16 USC 1540(e),16 USC 742l(k), 16 USC 3375, 16 USC 1377(d), 16 USC 718(f), 16 USC 706, 16 USC 727(a), 16 USC 5305a and 5303a(e), 16 USC 690(e), 16 USC 460k-3, 16 USC 668dd(g), 16 USC 2409(b),16 USC 1338(b), 16 USC 4912(e) 1811 16 USC 3375 (b)
    1811--Criminal Investigator 206                
Subtotal: Department of Interior     3,561                
Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives The mission of ATF is to conduct criminal investigations, regulate the firearms and explosives industries, and assist other law enforcement agencies. This work is undertaken to prevent terrorism, reduce violent crime and to protect the public in a manner that is faithful to the Constitution and the laws of the United States. 1811--Criminal Investigator 2,440 1811 Pursuant to 18 U.S.C 3051, ATF is authorized to investigate, administer, and enforce the following provisions of law:
18 U.S.C. chapters 40 (explosives), 44 (firearms), 59 and sections 1952 and 3667 (liquor trafficking), and 114 (trafficking in contraband cigarettes);
26 U.S.C. chapter 53 (certain firearms and destructive devices);
22 U.S.C. 2778 (importation of items on the U.S. Munitions Import List

28 C.F.R. 0.130

Attorney General Order No. 2649-2003, effective January 24, 2003.

Perform any other function related to the investigation of violent crime or domestic terrorism as may be delegated to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives by the Attorney General.
1811 18 U.S.C. 3051 1811 18 U.S.C. 3051 1801
1811
NOTE: Only Explosives Enforcement Officers are authorized to carry firearms in the 1801 series.
18 U.S.C. 3051
Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration DEA's law enforcement mission: 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. 1801--Diversion Investigator 537 1801
1811
The primary statute for the DEA to conduct criminal investigations is Title 21. Authority comes from 21 U.S.C. §§ 801-971, and specifically from 21 U.S.C. § 878(a)(5). DEA also has enforcement authority for other drug-related criminal statutes, such as 18 U.S.C. § 924(c) and 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956 and 1957 (not all-inclusive).

28 CFR Part 0, Subpart R

DEA's authorities for conducting criminal investigations are the Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1973, Executive Order 11727, the Controlled Substances Act and Controlled Substances Import and Export Act, and the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Control Act of 1970. If DEA is to participate in a criminal investigation that is not related to its drug-enforcement activities, it must receive a temporary delegation of authority from the Attorney General. (Pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 878(a)(5), the Attorney General may delegate jurisdiction to the DEA "to perform such other law enforcement duties [in addition to DEA's duties under the Controlled Substances Act] as the Attorney General may designate.")
1811 DEA's primary authority to execute search warrants is authorized under 21 U.S.C. § 878(a)(2). 1811 DEA's primary authority to make arrests is authorized under 21 U.S.C. § 878(a)(3). DEA agents are authorized to make an arrest for any Federal offense committed in their presence, and any Federal felony based upon probable cause.


DEA's additional authorities for making arrests are the Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1973, Executive Order 11727, the Controlled Substances Act and Controlled Substances Import and Export Act, and the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Control Act of 1970.
1811 DEA's primary authority to carry firearms is authorized under 21 U.S.C. § 878(a)(1).
    1811--Special Agent 5,044                
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation The mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorism 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. 0083--Police Officer 239 0083
1811
28 U.S.C 533, 40 U.S.C. 1315

28 C.F.R. 0.85(a)

Memorandum of Understanding between the FBI Police and the Metropolitan Police Department.
0083
1811
18 U.S.C. 3107

Memorandum of Understanding between the FBI Police and the Metropolitan Police Department.
0083
1811
18 U.S.C. 3052, 40 U.S.C. 1315

Memorandum of Understanding between the FBI Police and the Metropolitan Police Department.
0083
1811
18 U.S.C. 3052, 40 U.S.C. 1315
    1811--Special Agent 12,585                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons 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. 0006--Correctional Institution Administration 1,550   No Authority   No Authority 0006
0007
1801
0018
0019
0028
0030
0060
0080
0085
0101
0180
0181
0185
0188
0199
0201
0203
0260
0299
0301
0303
0304
0305
0318
0322
0326
0335
0340
0341
0342
0343
0344
0361
0391
0437
0501
0503
0505
0510
0525
0544
0560
0602
0603
0610
0620
0621
0622
0630
0638
0640
0644
0645
0646
0649
0650
0651
0660
0661
0667
0669
0670
0671
0673
0675
0679
0680
0681
0682
0683
0690
0820
0808
0809
0855
0856
0858
0895
0905
0950
0963
0986
1035
1040
1082
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1130
1150
1152
1176
1411
1601
1603
1640
1654
1658
1667
1670
1701
1702
1710
1712
1715
1720
1725
1740
1750
1799
1910
2001
2003
2005
2010
2030
2101
2130
2131
2210
2604
2805
2854
3105
3106
3414
3416
3603
3703
3801
3806
3809
3869
4010
4102
4204
4206
4352
4402
4414
4417
4419
4601
4607
4742
4749
4805
5002
5003
5034
5301
5306
5350
5402
5408
5409
5439
5446
5803
5823
6904
6907
7002
7304
7305
7404
18 U.S.C 3050

28 C.F.R. 511.10(b)(1)-(3)
0006
0007
0018
0019
0028
0030
0060
0080
0085
0101
0180
0181
0185
0188
0199
0201
0203
0260
0299
0301
0303
0304
0305
0318
0326
0335
0340
0341
0342
0343
0344
0361
0391
0501
0503
0505
0510
0525
0544
0560
0602
0603
0610
0620
0621
0622
0630
0638
0640
0644
0645
0649
0650
0651
0660
0661
0667
0669
0670
0671
0673
0675
0679
0680
0681
0682
0683
0690
0808
0809
0856
0858
0895
0905
0950
0963
0986
1035
1040
1082
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1150
1152
1176
1411
1601
1603
1640
1654
1658
1667
1670
1701
1702
1710
1712
1715
1720
1740
1910
2001
2003
2005
2010
2030
2101
2130
2210
2604
2805
2854
3105
3106
3414
3416
3603
3703
3801
3806
3809
3869
4010
4102
4204
4206
4352
4402
4414
4417
4419
4601
4607
4742
4749
4805
5002
5003
5034
5301
5306
5350
5408
5409
5439
5446
5803
5823
6907
7002
7304
7305
7404
0647
0802
0802
0896
18 U.S.C. 3050

28 C.F.R. 0.96(n),(o)
    0007--Correctional Officer 16,216                
    0018--Safety and Occupational Health Management 203                
    0019--Safety Technician 1                
    0028--Environmental Protection Specialist 6                
    0030--Sports Specialist 129                
    0060--Chaplain 240                
    0080--Security Administration 14                
    0085--Security Guard 5                
    0101--Social Science 1,557                
    0180--Psychology 370                
    0181--Psychology Aid and Technician 35                
    0185--Social Work 18                
    0188--Recreation Specialist 552                
    0199--Social Science Student Trainee 2                
    0201--Human Resource Management 489                
    0203--Human Resource Assistant 66                
    0260--Equal Employment Opportunity 9                
    0299--Human Resource Management Student Trainee 1                
    0301--Miscellaneous Administration and Program 364                
    0303--Miscellaneous Clerk and Assistant 420                
    0304--Information Receptionist 24                
    0305--Mail and File 1                
    0318--Secretary 1,013                
    0326--Office Automation Clerical and Assistance 4                
    0335--Computer Clerk and Assistant 23                
    0340--Program Management 2                
    0341--Administrative Officer 39                
    0342--Support Services Administration 44                
    0343--Management and Program Analysis 66                
    0344--Management and Program Clerical and Assistance 2                
    0361--Equal Opportunity Assistance 1                
    0391--Telecommunications 20                
    0501--Financial Administration and Program 209                
    0503--Financial Clerical and Technician 3                
    0505--Financial Management 22                
    0510--Accounting 212                
    0525--Accounting Technician 327                
    0544--Civilian Pay 15                
    0560--Budget Analysis 106                
    0602--Medical Officer 221                
    0603--Physician Assistant 394                
    0610--Nursing 438                
    0620--Practical Nurse 79                
    0621--Nursing Assistant 31                
    0622--Medical Supply Aide and Technician 13                
    0630--Dietitian and Nutritionist 10                
    0638--Recreation/Creative Arts Therapist 11                
    0640--Health Aid and Technician 108                
    0644--Medical Technologist 33                
    0645--Medical Technician 7                
    0647--Diagnostic Radiology Technologist 26                
    0649--Medical Instrument Technician 8                
    0650--Medical Technical Assistant 2                
    0651--Respiratory Therapist 2                
    0660--Pharmacist 12                
    0661--Pharmacy Technician 34                
    0667--Orthotist and Prosthetist 1                
    0669--Medical Records Administration 42                
    0670--Health System Administration 108                
    0671--Health System Specialist 75                
    0673--Hospital Housekeeping Management 7                
    0675--Medical Record Technician 202                
    0679--Medical Support Assistance 21                
    0680--Dental Officer 37                
    0681--Dental Assistant 34                
    0682--Dental Hygiene 17                
    0683--Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician 1                
    0690--Industrial Hygiene 1                
    0802--Engineering Technician 78                
    0808--Architecture 1                
    0809--Construction Control 75                
    0856--Electronics Technician 231                
    0858--Biomedical Engineering 2                
    0895--Industrial Engineer Technician 2                
    0896--Industrial Engineering 3                
    0905--General Attorney 89                
    0950--Paralegal Specialist 33                
    0963--Legal Instruments Examining 236                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
    0986--Legal Assistance 13                
    1035--Public Affairs 4                
    1040--Language Specialist 3                
    1082--Writing & Editing 1                
    1101--General Business and Industry 193                
    1102--Contracting 264                
    1103--Industrial Property Management 1                
    1104--Property Disposal 1                
    1105--Purchasing 6                
    1106--Procurement Clerical and Technician 1                
    1150--Industrial Specialist 54                
    1152--Production Control 34                
    1176--Building Management 1                
    1411--Library Technician 3                
    1601--General Facilities and Equipment 14                
    1603--Equipment, Facilities, Services Assistance 160                
    1640--Facility Management 123                
    1654--Printing Management 1                
    1658--Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant Management 94                
    1667--Steward 197                
    1670--Equipment Specialist 4                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
    1701--General Education and Training 126                
    1702--Education and Training Technician 99                
    1710--Education and Vocational Training 598                
    1712--Training Instruction 150                
    1715--Vocational Rehabilitation 2                
    1720--Education Program 4                
    1740--Education Services 6                
    1910--Quality Assurance 67                
    2001--General Supply 1                
    2003--Supply Program Management 2                
    2005--Supply Clerical and Technician 2                
    2010--Inventory Management 94                
    2030--Distribution Facilities and Storage Management 14                
    2101--Transportation Specialist 2                
    2130--Traffic Management 1                
    2210--Information Technology Management 315                
    2604--Electronics Mechanic 2                
    2805--Electrician 188                
    2854--Electrical Equipment Repairing 84                
    3105--Fabric Working 126                
    3106--Upholstering 24                
    3414--Machining 17                
    3416--Toolmaking 9                
    3603--Masonry 8                
    3703--Welding 31                
    3801--Metal Worker 10                
    3806--Sheet Metal Mechanic 15                
    3809--Mobile Equipment Metal Mechanic 1                
    3869--Metal Forming Machine Operating 17                
    4010--Prescription Eyeglass Making 1                
    4102--Painting 43                
    4204--Pipefitting 46                
    4206--Plumbing 128                
    4352--Plastic Fabricating 12                
    4402--Bindery Working 5                
    4414--Offset Photography 3                
    4417--Offset Press Operating 8                
    4419--Silk Screen Making and Printing 9                
    4601--Woodworking Machine Operator 84                
    4607--Carpentry 24                
    4742--Utility Systems Repairing 326                
    4749--Maintenance Mechanic 669                
    4805--Medical Equipment Repairing 1                
    5002--Farming 5                
    5003--Gardening 64                
    5034--Dairy Farming 7                
    5301--Sewing Machine Repairer (Industrial Equipment) 4                
    5306--Air Conditioning Equipment Mechanic 180                
    5350--Production Machinery Mechanic 9                
    5408--Wastewater Treatment Plant Operating 13                
    5409--Water Treatment Plant Operating 3                
    5439--Testing Equipment Operating 1                
    5446--Textile Equipment Operating 9                
    5803--Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic 3                
    5823--Automotive Mechanic 148                
    6907--Material Handler 840                
    7002--Packing 5                
    7304--Laundry Worker 5                
    7305--Laundry Machine Operating 68                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.


  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
    7404--Cook 1,185                
Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General The Investigations Division will provide leadership and assist management in promoting economy, efficiency, and effectiveness within the Department of Justice; enforce the fraud, waste, abuse, and integrity laws and regulations of the United States within the Department of Justice; and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States or any other competent jurisdiction, those individuals or organizations involved in financial, professional or criminal misconduct relating to Department of Justice programs and operations.

The primary responsibilities of the Investigations Division include:

A. Investigating allegations of fraud, abuse, and integrity laws which govern Department of Justice or which cover operations that are financed by Department of Justice. Preparing for criminal prosecution those violations that are financed by Department of Justice. Preparing for criminal prosecution those violations that can be proven, and/or developing such allegations for possible civil or administrative action.

B. Reporting to the Inspector General on problems and deficiencies in the administration of Department of Justice programs or operations, or those financed by the Department of Justice.
1811--Criminal Investigator 124 1811 The IG Act of 1978 (Title 5 appendix of the United States Code). 1811 Title 5 appendix of the USC. 1811 Title 5 appendix of the USC. 1811 Title 5 appendix of the USC.
Department of Justice, U.S. Marshals Service The United States Marshals Service is primarily responsible for supporting the Federal Judiciary in activities which facilitate litigation and protect the integrity of the judicial process. The activities of the United States Marshals Service include; ensuring the safety of the Federal Judiciary and other court officers; maintaining order during court proceedings; maintaining security of deliberating and sequestered juries; apprehending domestic and international fugitives, as well as state and local fugitives through interagency task forces; maintaining security of key government witnesses and their families; guarding and transporting Federal prisoners; providing assistance in matters of Federal emergencies involving civil disturbances; operating the Asset Forfeiture program; and serving civil and criminal process to include writs and court orders. 0082--Deputy United States Marshal 803 1811 28 USC 561
28 USC 566
18 USC 371
18 USC 401
18 USC 751-757
18 USC 1071-1072
18 USC 3053
18 USC 3146
18 USC 3148
18 USC 3606
18 USC 4082
18 USC 4213

28 CFR 0.111(a),(q)


Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure: Rules 4, 17, 46;
USMS Directive 8.3
MOUs:
DEA-08/11/1988
FBI-08/11/1988
ATF-12/06/2005
NCIS-09/18/1996
USAF OSI& DCIS-10/07/1997
NASA OIG-04/26/1993
USDA- 04/28/1993
SSA- 08/18/1998
VA- 07/17/2002
Customs-08/26/1999
HUD- 09/30/2002
IRS- 12/1999
FEMA- 09/25/2000
NOAA- 03/06/2001
EPA- 03/24/2004
Fish&Wildlife- 06/16/2001
1811 28 USC 566(a)(c)

28 CFR Part 60

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedures: Rule 41
USMS Directive 8.21 Executing a Search Warrant
1811 28 USC 561, 566
18 USC 3053

28 CFR 0.111

MOUs as stated in "Conduct Criminal Investigations".
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure: Rule 4.
USMS Directive 8.9
0082
1802
1811
18 USC 3053
28 USC 566

USMS Directive 2.51
    1802--Detention Enforcement Officer 114                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 2,403                
Subtotal: Department of Justice     58,489                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration The Employee Benefits Security Administration of the Department of Labor protects the integrity of pensions, health plans and other employee benefit plans in the private sector for more than 150 million people. Under our enforcement program we deter and correct violations of relevant statutes through civil and criminal enforcement efforts to ensure that the American worker receives promised benefits. There are 15 field offices which are responsible for conducting investigations. The Employee Benefits Security Administration's criminal investigations program conducts investigations of criminal violations regarding employee benefit plans such as embezzlement, kickbacks, and false statements. When a criminal violation is detected, the matter is referred to the Department of Justice for consideration of possible prosecution. 0511--Auditor (civil and criminal) 40 1801
0511
29 U.S.C. 1136(b)   No Authority   No Authority   No Authority
    1801--Investigator (civil and criminal) 382                
Department of Labor, Office of Labor Management Standards The mission of the Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) is to enforce provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 (LMRDA), Postal Reorganization Act, Civil Service Reform Act, and the Foreign Service Act.

OLMS conducts criminal and civil investigations and takes appropriate enforcement action. The primary criminal provisions of the LMRDA include: embezzlement, false reports, false entries, destruction of records, prohibition against certain persons holding office, extortionate picketing and deprivation of LMRDA rights by violence. Most OLMS investigations center on the crime of embezzlement, but typically include reporting and recordkeeping violations as well as charges of violations of other federal criminal statutes such as mail, wire and bank fraud, theft, conspiracy, money-laundering, aiding and abetting, false statements, and obstruction of justice. Cases are prosecuted by the Department of Justice.
1801--Investigator,Labor (LEO) 206 1801 29 USC 439, 461, 463
29 USC 501, 502, 503, 504, 522, 530
29 USC 521
29 USC 527
5 USC 7120
22 USC 4117
18 USC 13

29 CFR 458.50(a)
29 CFR 458.50(b)
29 CFR 458.51

Secretary's Order 4-2001
Employment Standards Order No. 2001-01
MOU with DOJ dated 1/18/2005
  No Authority   No Authority   No Authority

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Labor, Office of the Inspector General The law enforcement mission of the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Labor is (1) to investigate fraud related to the Department's programs and operations, and (2)to investigate labor racketeering in support of the Justice Department's Organized Crime Program. 1811--Criminal Investigator/Special Agent 167 1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3 (IG Act) 1811 5 U.S.C. App.3, Sec 6(e) 1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Sec 6(e) 1811 5 U.S.C. App.3, Sec 6(e)

A special deputation from the Justice Department to provide security detail protection for the Secretary of Labor.
Subtotal: Department of Labor     795                
Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Diplomatic Security Service The men and women of the Diplomatic Security Service are specially trained Federal law enforcement professionals. DSS agents are Foreign Service Security Officers assigned domestically and overseas to ensure that American diplomacy is conducted in a safe and secure environment and to protect the integrity of State Department travel documents. Overseas, they advise ambassadors on all security matters and manage a complex range of security programs designed to protect people, facilities, and information. Assigned to over 200 Embassies and Consulates, agents also serve as law enforcement liaison officers in many foreign countries. In the United States, agents investigate passport and visa fraud, conduct personnel security investigations, and protect the Secretary of State and certain foreign dignitaries. 1811--Special Agent 43 1811
2501
22 U.S.C. 2709, 22 U.S.C. 4802, 22 U.S.C. 3927 1811
2501
22 U.S.C. 2709(a)(2) 1811
2501
22U.S.C 2709 (a)(2)
22U.S.C 2709 (a)(5)

1811
2501
22 U.S.C. 2709 (b)(3)

    2501--Special Agent 1,311                
Department of State, Office of the Inspector General The Department of State, Office of Inspector General's law enforcement mission is to conduct criminal, civil and administrative investigations of wrongdoing involving Department of State employees, programs, contracts and grants. The Department of State, Office of Inspector General, fulfills the same investigative function for the Broadcasting Board of Governors. 1811--Special Agent 16 1811 Title 5 U.S.C. Appendix - The Inspector General Act of 1978.

The Foreign Affairs Manual (Section 2, FAM, 030)
1811 Title 5 U.S.C. Appendix - The Inspector General Act of 1978. 1811 Title 5 U.S.C. Appendix - The Inspector General Act of 1978. 1811 Title 5 U.S.C. Appendix - The Inspector General Act of 1978.
Subtotal: Department of State     1,370                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, Academy Security Force The mission of the United States Merchant Marine Academy Department of Public Safety/Police Department is to protect life and property, preserve the peace, and maintain law and order on the 82 acres of land that includes a waterfront.

The mission includes those properties of the Academy where the Governor of the State of New York has granted exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction, at the charge and control of the Superintendent.

The Federal Police Officers have full arrest authority, and issue Federal summonses for moving and non moving traffic infractions. The Department also conducts all campus criminal investigations. The Academy has a mutual-aid agreement with the police and fire departments of the Village of Kings Point and Nassau County.

The Academy is comprised of 62 locations that include a waterfront, private residences, buildings, and dormitories. The population consists of over 1300 persons.
0080--Security Officer 1 0083
0301
0080
40USC 1315 Formerly (318)   No Authority 0083
0301
0080

40 USC 1315 Formerly (318)

New York State Criminal Proceedure Law (CPL)-Section 2.15 and section 2.20. Also, designation as Deputy United States Marshals.

0083
0301
0080

40 USC 1315 Formerly (318)

GSA Delegation
    0083--Police Officer 4                
    0301--Assistant Public Safety Officer 1                
Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Odometer Fraud The mission of the Office of Odometer Fraud Investigations is to investigate violations of the Federal odometer law (49 USC, Chapter 327) for referral to the U.S. Department of Justice for criminal prosecution. Odometer tampering is a serious crime and consumer fraud issue. In 2002, NHTSA determined that this crime allows more than 450,000 vehicles to be sold each year with false odometer readings, defrauding American car buyers of more than $1 billion annually. Strong enforcement of the federal and state odometer laws, i.e., prosecutions with stiff sentences, appears to be the most effective deterrent. NHTSA’a Office of Odometer Fraud Investigations concentrates its law enforcement efforts on investigating large-scale, interstate fraud schemes. To augment NHTSA's enforcement program, emphasis is placed on encouraging state agencies to enforce State laws and assisting them in their efforts. 1811--Criminal Investigator 5 1811 49 U.S.C. 32706, 32707, 32709(b)

28 C.F.R. 0.45(j)

DOT Order 8000.8
1811 49 U.S.C. 32707

28 CFR 0.112(b)

U.S. Marshals Service Directive 99-13
1811 28 CFR 0.112(b)

United States Marshals Service Policy directive 99-13
1811 28 C.F.R. 0.112(b)

U.S. Marshals Service Directive 99-13
Department of Transportation, Office of the Inspector General, Investigations DOT/OIG is responsible for investigating a wide range of federal criminal violations involving DOT programs, operations and employees, including persons or entities subject to the laws and regulations of DOT, whether or not they receive funds from the Department or its operating administrations. The types of crimes DOT/OIG investigates include: (1) contract/grant fraud (both direct procurement and grants-in-aid), e.g., false claims for materials/labor, bribery, bid-rigging; (2) aviation safety-related crimes, e.g., unapproved aircraft parts, falsified maintenance records, false pilot/mechanic certifications; (3) motor carrier safety-related crimes/fraud, e.g., counterfeit and corruptly issued commercial driver’s licenses, falsified truck driver hours-of-service logs, household goods moving fraud; (4) hazardous materials transportation-related crimes, e.g., false placarding to conceal illegal shipments, falsified compressed gas cylinder testing records; (5) fuel excise tax evasion; and (6) DOT employee integrity violations. 1811--Criminal Investigator 93 1811 Inspector General Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C. App. 3), 49 U.S.C. 354

49 C.F.R. 1.23(j)
1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)

28 C.F.R. 60.2(i), 60.3(a)(6)

Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-296), Section 812
1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)

Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-296), Section 812
1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)

Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-296), Section 812

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Executive Protection The Office of Security will provide safe and secure travel for the Secretary. The Office of Security Protection Detail provides protection for the Secretary on a portal to portal basis during the business week and for all official and/or public events. Protection is provided on both domestic and international travel. Increase in threat levels and/or specific threats may increase the coverage of protection for the Secretary and activate a protection detail (augmented by the Office of Inspector General Special Agents) to the Deputy Secretary. 080 / Physical Security Specialist 8   No Authority   No Authority 0080 18 U.S.C. 3053 0080 18 U.S.C. 3053
Subtotal: Department of Transportation     112                
Department of Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Police Officers To protect buildings and lands under the custody and control of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and all persons thereon, including employees, visitors, and tourists; to protect and safeguard United States securities and plates, dies, and other products or implements used in the production of United States securities; and to enforce all laws, regulations, and rules promulgated for the protection of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, its property, and its personnel. 0080--Security Specialist 23   No Authority   No Authority 0083 31 U.S.C. 321.
Public Law 104-208, Division A, Title I, Section 101(f) [Title V, Section 517] (31 U.S.C. 5141 note).
Act of June 1, 1948 (62 Stat. 281, 40 U.S.C. 1315 note) (previously codified at 40 U.S.C. 318-318c).

Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property, from Administrator, GSA, dated December 3, 1992,Treasury Directive 19-02, dated March 16, 1988.
D.C. Code 5-133.17.
Cooperation Agreement between the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Metropolitan Police Department, dated August 7, 2003.
0083
1810
0080--Security Specialist
31 U.S.C. 321.
Public Law 104-208, Division A, Title I, Section 101(f) [Title V, Section 517] (31 U.S.C. 5141 note).
Act of June 1, 1948 (62 Stat. 281, 40 U.S.C. 1315 note) (previously codified at 40 U.S.C. 318-318c).

Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property, from Administrator, GSA, dated December 3, 1992,
Treasury Directive 19-02, dated March 16, 1988.
D.C. Code 5-133.17.
Cooperation Agreement between the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Metropolitan Police Department, dated August 7, 2003.
    0083--Police Officer 226                
    1810--General Investigator 28                
Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigative Division In 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.

1811--Criminal Investigator 2,781 1811 26 U.S.C. Section 7608

26 C.F.R. 7602-1 through 26 C.F.R. 7605-1

Treasury Order 150-10 and Treasury Directive 15-42
1811 26 U.S.C. 7608 1811 26 U.S.C. 7608 1811 26 U.S.C. 7608
Department of Treasury, Office of the Inspector General, Office of Investigations The TOIG’s Office of Investigations performs investigations and conducts proactive initiatives that are aimed at detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse in Treasury programs and operations. OIG investigators conduct a variety of investigations, including financial crimes, corruption, general crime, and employee misconduct. OIG investigators also promote crime prevention and integrity awareness among Treasury employees.

1811--Criminal Investigator 26 1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3 - Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.

Treasury Order 114-01
Treasury directive 40-01
1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3, Section 6(e).

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority - Effective December 8, 2003.
1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3, Section 6(e).

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority - Effective December 8, 2003.
1811 5 U.S.C. Appendix 3, Section 6(e).

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority - Effective December 8, 2003.
Department of Treasury, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) provides independent oversight of Treasury Department matters involving Internal Revenue Service (IRS) programs and operations, the IRS Oversight Board, and the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. The overall mission of TIGTA's Office of Investigations (OI) is to help protect the ability of the IRS to collect revenue for the Federal government. To do this, OI conducts proactive investigative initiates and reactive investigations, focusing on the following core areas: employee integrity, external attempts to corrupt tax administration, and employee and infrastructure security. 1811--Special Agent 330 1811 5 U.S.C.A. app. 3 8D(h)

Treasury Order 115-01
MOU Between IRS-CI and TIGTA
1811 26 U.S.C. 7608(b)(2)

Treasury Order 115-01
5 U.S.C.A. app. 3 8D(k)(1)(A)
1811 26 U.S.C. 7608(b)(2)

Treasury Order 115-01
5 U.S.C.A. app. 3 8D(k)(1)(A)
1811 5 U.S.C.A. app.3 8D(k)(1)(B)

Treasury Order 115-01
Department of Treasury, U.S. Mint, Police Division The primary mission of the U.S. Mint Police is to protect the critical assets of the U.S. Mint and its infrastructures against threats of violence and crime; safeguard its human resources, visitors, and communities; and proactively manage the changing nature of threats by intergrating intelligence, deploying countermeasures and applying sophisticated defenses. 0083--Police Officer 352 0083 40 U.S.C. § 1315(b)(2)(E) (“limited to offenses that may have been committed against property owned or occupied by the Federal Government or persons on the property”)

As delegated in accordance with, and subject to the additional limitations in, the following authorities:
6 U.S.C. § 552 (savings provision of Homeland Security Act)
31 U.S.C. § 321
31 C.F.R. § 0.107
Title 18 U.S. C. (Crimes and Criminal Procedure)
Mint Directive 10-D3 and 10-D1
Public Law 104-208, Section 517
Federal Property Management Regulation D-40, 38 F.R. 20650 (1973
Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from Administrator of General Services to Treasury Assistant Secretary for Management (Dec. 3, 1992)
Treasury Directive 19-02 (Mar. 16, 1988)
Treasury Directive 40-01 (Sep. 21, 1992)
0083 40 U.S.C. § 1315(b)(2)(E) (“limited to offenses that may have been committed against property owned or occupied by the Federal Government or persons on the property”)

As delegated in accordance with, and subject to the additional limitations in, the following authorities:
6 U.S.C. § 552 (savings provision of Homeland Security Act)
31 C.F.R. § 0.107
Federal Property Management Regulation D-40, 38 F.R. 20650 (1973)
Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from Administrator of General Services to Treasury Assistant Secretary for Management (Dec. 3, 1992)
Treasury Directive 19-02 (Mar. 16, 1988)
U.S. Mint Directive MD-10D-1 (April 2002)\
0083 40 U.S.C. § 1315(b)(2)(C) (limited to offenses against the United States committed in the presence of the officer 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 committed or is committing a felony)

As delegated in accordance with, and subject to the additional limitations in, the following authorities:6 U.S.C. § 552 (savings provision of Homeland Security Act)
31 U.S.C. § 321
Federal Property Management Regulation D-40, 38 F.R. 20650 (1973)
Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from Administrator of General Services to Treasury Assistant Secretary for Management (Dec. 3, 1992)
Treasury Directive 19-02 (Mar. 16, 1988)
Mint Directive 10D-1
Public Law 104-208, Section 517
31 C.F.R. § Part 91
0083 40 U.S.C. § 1315(b)(2)(B)

As delegated in accordance with, and subject to the additional limitations in, the following authorities:
6 U.S.C. § 552 (savings provision of Homeland Security Act)
31 U.S.C. § 321
Federal Property Management Regulation D-40, 38 F.R. 20650 (1973)
Delegation of Authority for Protection of Persons and Property from Administrator of General Services to Treasury Assistant Secretary for Management (Dec. 3, 1992)
Treasury Directive 19-02 (Mar. 16, 1988)
MD-10D-1. “Police Authority, Powers, & Jurisdiction 2002”
Mint Directive 10D-6
Department of Treasury Police on Use of Force, Oct. 17, 1995
Department of Treasury Implementation of Treasury Firearms Safety & Security Policy
Subtotal: Department of Treasury     3,766                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Security and Law Enforcement The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Security and Law Enforcement (OS&LE) ensures the maintenance of law and order and the protection of persons and property on Department property. This is accomplished by developing and overseeing the VA-wide police and physical security programs and by training Department police officers. OS&LE is responsible for overseeing the security of VA Central Office Campus buildings, for the personal protection of the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs. OS&LE is also responsible for initiating and adjudicating all national security background investigations and suitability investigations at and above the moderate risk level.
0080--Security Officer 131 0083
1810
1811
0080
1712
38 U.S.C. 902(b)(1)

38 C.F.R 1.218(c)(1)

VA Directive/Handbook 0730
0083
1810
1811
0080
1712
38 U.S.C. 902(b)(1)

38 C.F.R. 1.218(c)(1)

VA Directive/Handbook 0730
0083
1810
1811
0080
1712
38 U.S.C. 902(b)(1)

38 C.F.R. 1.218(c)(1)

VA Directive/Handbook 0730
0083
1810
1811
0080
1712
38 U.S.C. 902(b)(3)

38 C.F.R. 1.218(c)(1)

VA Directive/Handbook 0720
    0083--Police Officer 2,533                
    1712--Training Instructor 12                
    1810--General Investigator 1                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 50                
Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of the Inspector General Conduct investigations of criminal activities and administrative matters relating to the programs and operations of the Department of Veterans Affairs in an independent and objective manner and seek prosecution, administrative action, and/or monetary recoveries in promoting integrity, efficiency, and accountability within the Department. 1811--Criminal Investigator 120 1811 The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended
5 USC, App. 3
1811 The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended
5 USC App.3

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority (December 8, 2003)
1811 The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended
5 USC App. 3

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices of Inspector General with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority (December 8, 2003)
1811 The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended

5 USC App.3

Attorney General Guidelines for Offices with Statutory Law Enforcement Authority (December 8, 2003)
Subtotal: Department of Veterans Affairs     2,847                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Environmental Protection Agency, Criminal Investigation Division The mission of EPA's Criminal Investigation Division is to investigate and refer for prosecution, the most significant and egregious violators of environmental laws that pose the greatest threat to human health and the environment.

1801--Operation Support Specialist 2 1811 18 U.S.C. 3063

see "Guidelines on the Exercise of Law Enforcement Powers for Special Agents of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Criminal Investigations," June 26, 1989
1811 18 U.S.C. 3063

"Guidelines on the Exercise of Law Enforcement Powers for Special Agents of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Criminal Investigations," June 26, 1989
1811 18 U.S.C. 3063

"Guidelines on the Exercise of Law Enforcement Powers for Special Agents of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Criminal Investigations," June 26, 1989
1801
1811
18 U.S.C. 3063

"Guidelines on the Exercise of Law Enforcement Powers for Special Agents of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Criminal Investigations," June 26, 1989; revised approval dated March 16, 1994.
    1811--Criminal Investigator 200                
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of the Inspector General The Office of Investigations manages, sets policy, coordinates, and has overall responsibility for criminal investigations of allegations of:

1.
Criminal activities in the awarding, performance, and payment of funds under EPA contracts, grants, and other assistance agreements to individuals, companies, and organizations;

2.
Criminal wrongdoing involving Agency employees and programs, laboratory fraud, and computer crimes; and

3.
Intrusions into and attacks against the EPA’s network as well as incidents of computer misuse and theft of intellectual property.

1811--Criminal Investigator 52 1811 5 USC App. The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, Section 2(1) 1811 5 USC App. - The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended by The Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Pub. L. No. 107-296), Section 812, which will be codified at 5 USC App., section 6(e)(1). 1811 5 USC App. - The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended by The Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Pub. L. No. 107-296), Section 812, which will be codified at 5 USC App., section 6(e)(1). 1811 5 USC App. - The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended by The Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Pub. L. No. 107-296), Section 812, which will be codified at 5 USC App., section 6(e)(1).
Subtotal: Environmental Protection Agency     254                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of the Inspector General EEOC's OIG independently conducts and supervises audits, evaluations and investigations in its efforts to prevent and detect fraud, watse and abuse, and to promote economy and efficieny in the programs and operations of the EEOC. OIG investigations program focuses on violations of Federal law and gross misconduct involving Agency employees.














1811--Special Agent 2 1811 blic Law 95-452,   No Authority   No Authority   No Authority
Subtotal: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission     2                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Federal Communications Commission, Office of the Inspector General The FCC's Office of Inspector General supports the Department of Justice in several areas. First and foremost, is our support of criminal investigations relating to the Universal Service Fund, Schools and Libraries payments. Other areas include potential criminal fraud of the FCC system and/or network, including bank fraud, and the attempted hacking our the FCC's network.

Internally, the office addresses potential data theft and loss, criminal use or downloading of pornography (child or otherwise), criminal conflicts of interest, and other various matters.

This is not to say that we have criminal convictions on the items listed in paragraph 2, just that these are the matters we investigate.
0905--Assistant Inspector General for Investigations 1 1811
0905
5 U.S.C. App. section 1, et seq.

Under the Authority of the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations.
  No Authority   No Authority 1811 Deputization by the U. S. Marshal's Office
    1811--Special Agent 0                
Subtotal: Federal Communications Commission     1                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Inspector General Pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, the FDIC Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations, conducts investigations of alleged criminal or otherwise prohibited activities that may harm or threaten to harm the operations or integrity of the FDIC or its programs. Investigative efforts are concentrated on those cases of most significance or potential impact to the FDIC and its programs. Approximately 73 percent of our caseload is comprised of investigations involving financial institution fraud, and an additional 15 percent of our cases relate to investigations involving fraud in the payment of restitution and other indebtedness owed to the FDIC. The Office of Investigations also commits resources to investigations of criminal or serious misconduct on the part of FDIC employees, to ensure the integrity of, and public confidence in, FDIC operations. A relatively small number of other cases involve consumer protection and other related matters, such as misrepresentations regarding FDIC affiliation or insurance. The Office of Investigations also operates an Electronic Crimes Unit and laboratory, responsible for conducting computer-related investigations affecting the FDIC, including employee cases involving computer abuse, and providing computer forensic support to investigations nationwide. 1811--Criminal Investigator 29 1811 5 USC App 3 (Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended) 1811 5 USC App 3 1811 5 USC App 3 1811 5 USC App 3
Subtotal: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation     29                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Federal Reserve Board, Chairman's Protection Unit Section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act, as added by the USA PATRIOT Act (12 U.S.C. 248(q)), authorizes the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) to authorize personnel to act as law enforcement officers to protect and safeguard the premises, grounds, property, personnel, including members of the Board, of the Board or any Federal Reserve Bank, and operations conducted by or on behalf of the Board or a Reserve Bank. The Board is a federal government agency consisting of 7 members appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. One of the members is designated by the President, by and with the consent of the Senate, to serve as Chairman. The Protective Services Unit provides close proximity personal protection for the Chairman of the Board. Special Agent 18   No Authority Special Agent Section X of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q). Special Agent 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section IX of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).
Special Agent 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section VII of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).
Federal Reserve Board, Office of the Inspector General The FRB-OIG’s law enforcement mission is part of its Investigative Services program which conducts criminal and administrative investigations related to the Federal Reserve Board’s programs and operations.

Since September 11, 2001, the nature of our workload has evolved. As the challenges to the federal law enforcement community have increased, our experience and expertise in the financial regulatory environment have been especially in demand. Growth in the number and complexity of investigations continues to present new challenges to our staff of investigators.

Much of our criminal investigation activity now involves leading or participating in multi-agency task forces where bank fraud, terrorist financing, and money laundering are often the potential crimes being investigated. The conduct of these investigations often requires the application for and execution of search warrants and the arrest and detention of the subjects of investigation.
1811--Special Agent 4 1811 5 U.S.C.app. 3 (Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended) 1811 Deputation from the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Justice 1811 Deputation from the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Justice 1811 Deputation from the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Reserve Board, Reserve Banks Security Section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act, as added by the USA PATRIOT Act (12 U.S.C. 248(q)), authorizes the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) to authorize personnel to act as law enforcement officers to protect and safeguard the premises, grounds, property, personnel, including members of the Board, of the Board or any Federal Reserve Bank, and operations conducted by or on behalf of the Board or a Reserve Bank. Section 11(q) further provides that the Board may delegate this authority to a Federal Reserve Bank. The Board is a federal government agency consisting of 7 members appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. Each of the 12 regional Reserve Banks is a federally-chartered corporation the stock of which is owned by the commercial banks within its district. The Board has delegated authority under section 11(q) to each Reserve Bank. Law Enforcement Officer 1,607   No Authority Law Enforcement Officer Section X of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q). Law Enforcement Officer 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section IX of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).
Law Enforcement Officer 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section VII of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Federal Reserve Board, Security Unit Section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act, as added by the USA PATRIOT Act (12 U.S.C. 248(q)), authorizes the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) to authorize personnel to act as law enforcement officers to protect and safeguard the premises, grounds, property, personnel, including members of the Board, of the Board or any Federal Reserve Bank, and operations conducted by or on behalf of the Board or a Reserve Bank. The Board is a federal government agency consisting of 7 members appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Board’s Security Services Unit (now designated the Law Enforcement Unit) protects and safeguards the premises, grounds, property, personnel, including members of the Board, and operations conducted by or on behalf of the Board. Law Enforcement Officer 130   No Authority Law Enforcement Officer Section X of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q). Law Enforcement Officer 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section IX of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).
Law Enforcement Officer 12 U.S.C. 248(q)(3)

Section VII of the Uniform Regulations for Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers issued by the Board and approved by the Attorney General pursuant to section 11(q) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12 U.S.C. 248(q).
Subtotal: Federal Reserve Board     1,759                
General Services Administration, Office of the Inspector General Conduct investigations of criminal and civil fraud activities and administrative matters affecting the programs and operation of the U.S. General Services Administration in an independent and objective manner, and assist the Agency in detecting and preventing fraud and other violations of law or regulations. Ensure all violations of law uncovered during investigations are appropriately referred to the U.S. Attorney General for consideration of prosecution. 1811--Special Agent 56 1811 5 U.S.C. App. III 1811 5 U.S.C. App.III
18 U.S.C. 3105
1811 5 U.S.C. App. III, §6(e) 1811 5 U.S.C. App. III, §6(e)
Subtotal: General Services Administration     56                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Government Accountability Office, Controller/ Administrative Services, Office of Security and Safety GAO does not have a traditional law enforcement mission; however, GAO’s 1811 in SAS does. The 1811 conducts criminal/administrative/civil investigations involving GAO employees, special appointees, and contractors. Typical investigations involve fraud, conflict of interest, ethics violations, false claims, misuse of government assets, misconduct, etc. The 1811 must have extensive knowledge of rules of evidence, chain of custody, laws, and investigative principles and techniques. In addition the 1811 investigates the loss/compromise of national security information entrusted to GAO. Other duties of the 1811 include: managing the Counterintelligence and Executive Protection programs; liaison with Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; member of JTTF and fusion/intelligence entities. GAO’s IG uses the services of SAS’s 1811 to conduct investigations. 1811--Special Agent 1 1811 31 USC 732 and 783

4 CFR Part 25

GAO Orders
Comptroller General
  No Authority   No Authority   No Authority
Government Accountability Office, Financial Management and Assurance, Forensic Audits and Special Investigations GAO is not a law enforcement agency; therefore, GAO's Forensic Audits and Special Investigations (FSI) unit does not have a law enforcement mission. Nevertheless, FSI's investigative mission is to improve the performance and accountability of government by conducting oversight investigations concerning allegations of serious wrongdoing that may involve potential violations of criminal law. 1811--Criminal Investigator/Senior Special Agent 15 1811 31 U.S.C. 712, 717

2 U.S.C. 72a-1g

GAO Order 0130.1.5 (currently being updated)
  No Authority   No Authority   No Authority
Subtotal: Government Accountability Office     16                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Library of Congress, Office of Security and Emergency Preparedness - Police The mission of the Library of Congress Police is to provide a safe and secure environment in which employees and patrons can work and benefit from the Library’s educational, historical, and cultural resources.

The LOC Police will maintain a highly qualified staff; equipped and trained to meet the highest standards of law enforcement, and will provide effective guidance, training, supervision and management to ensure continued efficiency in police operations.

The LOC Police will work closely with other law enforcement components, including the U.S. Capitol Police and the Supreme Court Police, to ensure a high degree of security against terrorist threats and significant criminal activity on Library property and the entire Capitol Complex.

The LOC Police will perform all law enforcement duties following Constitutional guidelines, court mandates, and Department of Justice regulations and guidelines, thus preserving guaranteed freedom and rights by affected individuals.

The LOC Police will respond quickly to all emergency situations to protect life and property and will coordinate their activities with Library officials responsible for emergency preparedness and continuity of operations.

The LOC Police will support activities of Library officials charged with the responsibility of collections security and will strive to protect and preserve the collections, thus ensuring their availability to the Congress of the United States and for future generations.
0083--Police Officer 110 0083 2 U.S.C. 167 0083 2 U.S.C. 167

Library of Congress Police General Orders (Department Directives)
0083 2 U.S.C. 167

Library of Congress Regulations (LCR's) (Department Directives)
0083 2 U.S.C. 167

Department and Agency Directives
Library of Congress, Office of the Inspector General The mission of the Library of Congress Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness by detecting and preventing waste, fraud, and abuse.

Library of Congress OIG special agents conduct investigations in response to alleged violations of law, regulation, or policy affecting Library programs or operations. Special agents also operate a Hotline that provides a direct channel for employees and contract personnel, as well as private citizens, to report criminal wrongdoing and incidents of waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement.

If an investigation discloses evidence of criminal misconduct, the OIG refers the case to the Department of Justice.
1810--Investigator 1 1810
1811
2 U.S.C 185 - Library of Congress Inspector General Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-55).

Library of Congress Regulation 1519-1
1811 United States Marshals Service Special Deputation Appointment ( 28 U.S.C. Chapter 37, Section 564 & United States Attorney's Office Manual, Title 1-2.310) 1811 United States Marshals Service Special Deputation Appointment (28 U.S.C. Chapter 37, Section 564 & United States Attorney's Office Manual, Title 1-2.310) 1811 United States Marshals Service Special Deputation Appointment (28 U.S.C. Chapter 37, Section 564 & United States Attorney's Manual, Title 1-2.310)
    1811--Criminal Investigator 3                
Subtotal: Library of Congress     114                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of the Inspector General The mission of the Office of Investigations (OI) is to conduct independent and objective criminal, civil and administrative investigations affecting NASA, and assist the Agency in detecting and preventing fraud, crime and systemic weaknesses that are conducive to fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.

The OI provides a broad range of professional investigative, audit and information technology services. The OIG's special agents are Federal law enforcement officers and as such conduct criminal, civil, and regulatory investigations in which NASA is a party. These investigations involve violations of Federal laws, such as False Claims, False Statements, Conspiracy, Theft, Computer Crime, Mail Fraud, the Procurement Integrity Act and the Anti-Kickback Act, as well as noncompliance with NASA Regulations, the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
1811--Criminal Investigator 52 1811 Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended. 5 U.S.C. App 3 2(1)&(2), 3(d)(1), 4(a)(1)&(2), 6(a)(2)& (e) 1811 IG Act Sect 6(e)(1)(c) 1811 IG Act Sect 6(e)(1)(B) 1811 IG Act Sect 6(e)(1)(A)
Subtotal: National Aeronautics and Space Administration     52                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Archives and Records Administration, Office of the Inspector General The National Archives and Records Administration-Office of Inspector General’s law enforcement mission pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, is to conduct and supervise criminal, civil, and administrative investigations relating to the programs and operations of the National Archives and Records Administration; prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse; and promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the National Archives and Records Administration’s programs and operations. 1811--Criminal Investigator 4 1811 5 U.S.C. App.3, The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended 1811 The GS-1811-Criminal Investigators are deputized as Special Deputy United States Marshals. 1811 The GS-1811-Criminal Investigators are deputized as Special Deputy United States Marshals. 1811 The GS-1811-Criminal Investigators are deputized as Special Deputy United States Marshals.
Subtotal: National Archives and Records Administration     4                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Gallery of Art The primary mission of the National Gallery of Art's Office of Protection Services is to ensure that the national collections and other properties entrusted to the National Gallery of Art are protected and secured and that staff and visitors are afforded a high degree of safety and security, while permitting an appropriate level of public access to those collections and properties, and to provide a proper level of occupational medical services to staff and emergency first aid to visitors. 0080--Security Specialist and Physical Security Specialist 4 1802
1811
0085
0080
40 U.S.C. 6301 through 6307   No Authority 1802
1811
0085
0080
40 U.S.C. 6301 through 6307 1802
1811
0085
0080
40 U.S.C. 6301 through 6307
    0085--Security Guard and Supervisory Security Guard 272                
    1802--Investigative Technician 1                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 1                
Subtotal: National Gallery of Art     278                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK), AMTRAK Police Mission: The Amtrak Police Department is committed to improving the quality of life at Amtrak through Customer-Oriented Policing. This will be accomplished by building partnerships and making cost-effective security enforcement decisions that increase ridership and customer satisfaction.

Vision: To be the best passenger railroad police department in the world.
KK100 - Police Officer 307 KK100 - Police Officer 49 USC 24305(e)
49 USC 28101

49 CFR 207, et seq.

State laws where Amtrak Railroad Police Officers receive a State Railroad Police Commission. Police authority to conduct criminal investigations derives from these statutes.
KK100 - Police Officer 49 usc 24305(E)
49 usc 28101

49 CFR 207, et seq.

State laws provide Amtrak Police Officers through State Railroad Police Commissions with the authority to execute search warrants.
KK100 - Police Officer 49 USC 24305(e)
49 USC 28101

49 CFR 207, et seq.

State laws provide Amtrak Police Officers police authority through State Railroad Police Commissions to make arrests.
KK100 - Police Officer 49 USC 24305(e)
49 USC 28101

49 CFR 207, et seq.

State laws provide Amtrak Police Officers through State Railroad Police Commissions the authority to carry firearms.

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK), National Railroad Passenger Corporation Office of Inspector General The Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp. ("NRPC" or "Amtrak") OIG was formed in 1989 to combat fraud, waste and abuse. 5 U.S.C. App. 3. The NRPC OIG's federal criminal investigative authority also derives from its statutory delegation to report expeditiously to the Attorney General whenever the OIG has reasonable grounds to believe there has been a violation of federal criminal law, § 4(d), and given broad powers to fulfill this mandate. See, e.g., § 6(a)(4)(subpoena power). Under the direction of U.S. Attorney's Offices across the United States, it pursues grand jury and other investigations relative to Amtrak. The events of 9/11, and recent rail terrorists attacks on Madrid, London, and Mumbai require transportation systems to redouble efforts regarding the safety and protection of the public and key infrastructure assets. See IG Act at § 7(a) (...substantial and specific danger[s] to the public health and safety.), and NRPC OIG USM Special Deputation authority, 9/2/2005. Criminal Investigator/Special Agent 24 Criminal Investigator/Special Agent Generally, Inspector General Act Amendments of 1988. 5 U.S.C. App. 3. Specifically, the OIG must report expeditiously to the Attorney General whenever the Inspector General has reasonable grounds to believe there has been a violation of federal criminal law. 5 U.S.C. App. 3 § 4(d).



To the extent applicable under NRPC OIG's Federal U.S. Marshal Special Deputation authority providing security over the NRPC OIG's rails and railroads, including Amtrak and Metro (local rail). 9/2/2005.
  No Authority NPRC Criminal Investigator/Special Agents with Federal US Marshal Special Deputation Authority. To the extent applicable under NRPC OIG's Federal U.S. Marshal Special Deputation authority providing security over the NRPC OIG's rails and railroads, including Amtrak and Metro (local rail). 9/2/2005. Criminal Investigator/Special Agents with USM Special Marshall Deputation Authority
while providing security to the NRPC Rails and Railroad and Metro.
To the extent applicable under NRPC OIG's Federal US Marshal Special Deputation authority providing security over the NRPC OIG's rails and railroads, including Amtrak and Metro (local rail). 9/2/2005.
National Science Foundation, Office of the Inspector General The National Science Foundation-OIG, Office of Investigations (OI) investigates possible wrongdoing involving organizations or individuals that receive awards from, conduct business with, or work for NSF.

The investigations primarily pertain to federal and state, criminal and civil violations of law as well as the abuse of federal rules and regulations involving fraudulent activity of NSF appropriated funds.
1810--Investigator 1 1810
1811
5 U.S.C. 7324, Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended in 1989. 1811 18 USC 3053 1811 18 USC 3053 1811 18 USC 3053
    1811--Criminal Investigator 6                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
National Science Foundation, Polar Operations, Antarctica NSF was directed by Presidential Memorandum to fund and manage the U.S. Antarctic Program as a single package. The USAP is the nation's program for maintaining an active and influential presence in Antarctica through the conduct of scientific research consistent with the principles enunciated in the Antarctic Treaty. NSF delegated responsibility for the USAP to its Office of Polar Programs (OPP).

Due to the remoteness of Antarctica and the near-total inaccessibility to the more populated stations, McMurdo and South Pole, in the winter months, the Deputy Attorney General authorized the U.S. Marshals service to appoint the NSF Station Manager as a Special Deputy U.S. Marshal. OPP employs 2 Station Managers – summer and winter – that are deputized annually.

NSF has law enforcement responsibilities under the Antarctic Conservation Act, 16 U.S.C. sec. 2401, et. seq, which include arrest and search powers for violations of that Act. See 16 U.S.C. sec. 2409; 45 C.F.R. sec., 672.3(f).
0301--Program Specialist (ACA Enforcement Officers) 1 2 NSF Station Managers (0340) and 7 other designated Antarctic Conservation Act Enforcement Officers (5-0340
1-0301 and 1-1301).
16 U.S.C. 2409

45 C.F.R. 672.3(f)

U.S. Marshals Service was authorized by the Deputy Attorney General to appoint the NSF Station Manager as a Special Deputy United States Marshal.
2 NSF Station Managers (0340) and 7 designated Antarctic Conservation Act Enforcement Officers (5-0340
1-0301
1-1301).
16 U.S.C. 2409

45 C.F.R. 672.3(f)

U.S. Marshals Service was authorized by the Deputy Attorney General to appoint the NSF Station Manager as a Special Deputy United States Marshal.
2 NSF Station Managers (0340) and 7 specifically designated Antarctic Conservation Act Enforcement Officers (5-0340
1-0301
1-1301).
16 U.S.C. 2409

45 C.F.R. 672.3

U.S. Marshals Service was authorized by the Deputy Attorney General to appoint the NSF Station Manager as a Special Deputy United States Marshal.
2 NSF Station Managers (0340). U.S. Marshals Service was authorized by the Deputy Attorney General to appoint the NSF Station Manager as a Special Deputy United States Marshal.
    0340--Program Manager (Special Deputy and ACA Enforcement Officers 7                
    1301--Program Officer (ACA Enforcement Officers) 1                
Subtotal: National Science Foundation     16                
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of Investigations The mission of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Office of Investigations (OI) is to conduct credible, thorough, timely, and objective investigations of all allegations of wrongdoing by NRC licensees, applicants, and their contractors and vendors. OI investigations adhere to the standards promulgated by the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency. Pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 2273, all willful violations of the Atomic Energy Act for which no criminal penalty is specified and all willful violations of the Commission's substantive regulations and orders are subject to criminal penalties. Substantiated cases of wrongdoing are referred to the Department of Justice (DOJ)for prosecutorial determination in accordance with OI's Memorandum of Understanding with DOJ. Should DOJ determine that prosecution is warranted, OI special agents support the Assistant United States Attorney during grand jury investigations and district court proceedings. 1811--Criminal Investigator 32 1811 42 U.S.C. 2201(c)

10 C.F.R. 1.36

MOU with DOJ 53FR50317(1988)
1811 28 U.S.C. 566(c)(d)

28 C.F.R. 0.112
1811 28 U.S.C. 566(c)(d); 18 U.S.C. 3053

28 C.F.R 0.112
1811 28 U.S.C. 566(c)(d); 18 U.S.C. 3053

28 C.F.R. 0.112

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of the Inspector General The jurisdiction of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Office of the Inspector General (OIG) extends to all matters relating to fraud, waste, and abuse by NRC employees, contractors, and other recipients of funds under or relating to NRC programs and operations. OIG investigations focus on violations of law or misconduct by NRC employees and contractors as well as allegations of irregularities or abuse in NRC programs and operations. These investigations may involve one or more of the following violations of laws or regulations:
- theft, conversion, misappropriation, embezzlement, or misuse of Government funds or property;
- false claims or statements;
- forgery, falsification, or unauthorized destruction of Government records;
- bribery, extortion, or blackmail or attempted bribery or blackmail of, or by, an NRC employee;
- violation of employee standards of conduct, conflict of interest; and - mismanagement, fraud, waste of Government funds, or abuse of authority relating to NRC's programs and operations.
1811--Criminal Investigator 14 1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 2, 4 (a)(1), and 4(d). 1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 6 (e) (1) (C). 1811 5 U.S.C. App.3, Section 6(e)(1)(B). 1811 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 6 (e)(1)(A).
Subtotal: Nuclear Regulatory Commission     46                
Office of Personnel Management, Office of the Inspector General The responsiblity of OPM/OIG is to prevent, detect and ivnestigate fraud concerning programs operated and administred by Office of Personnel Management (OPM). OPM administers benefits from its trust funds for all federal civilian employees and annuitants participating in the Civil Service Retirment System (CSRS), the Federal Retirement System (FERS), the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) and the Federal Employees'Group Life Insurance program (FEGLI). These programs cover over eight milliion current and retired federal civilian employees, including eligible family members, and disburse about $77 billion annually. While OPM/OIG, Office of Investigations, investigates employee misconduct and other wrongdoings, the majority of our OIG investigative efforts are spent examining potential fraud involving these trust funds. 1811--Criminal Investigator 24 1811 Title 5, Inspector General Act of 1978 1811 Title 5, Inspector General Act 1978 1811 Title 5, Inspector General Act of 1978 1811 Title 5, Inspector General Act of 1978
Subtotal: Office of Personnel Management     24                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Peace Corps, Office of the Inspector General Peace Corps OIG's investigative mission is to actively and thoroughly investigate improper activity, criminal violations, blatant mismanagement, and abuses of various programs. The Inspector General shall review and evaluate alleged illegalities or wrongdoing, and initiate, organize, conduct, direct and control investigations of any allegations received concerning any official, employee, contractor, subcontractor, grantee, or offerer, doing or proposing to conduct business with the Government. 1811--Criminal Investigator 4 1811 Title 5: USCA Appx Section 1   No Authority   No Authority 1811 Deputation can be derived by the U.S. Marshall Service.
Subtotal: Peace Corps     4                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Railroad Retirement Board, Office of the Inspector General The Railroad Retirement Board (RRB), Office of Inspector General (OIG) under the authority of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, conducts criminal investigations regarding fraud against the agency's programs, and violations of federal statutes by agency officials and employees. The RRB administers retirement, disability,sickness and unemployment benefits for the nation's railroad workers. The RRB also administers Medicare Part B benefits for qualifying railroad workers and their dependents. 1811--Criminal Investigator 16 1811 Title 5 U.S.C. App. 3, Section 3 1811 Title 5 U.S.C., App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)(C) 1811 Title 5 U.S.C., App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)(B) & (C) 1811 Title 5 U.S.C., App. 3, Section 6(e)(1)(A)
Subtotal: Railroad Retirement Board     16                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Small Business Administration, Office of the Inspector General Under the authority and in fulfillment of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended (IG Act), the Small Business Administration (SBA) Office Inspector General (OIG) adds value to Agency programs and operations by providing auditing, investigative, and other services to support and assist SBA in achieving its statutory mission. SBA was established to maintain and strengthen the Nation’s economy by protecting the interests of, and assisting, small businesses, and by helping families and businesses recover from disasters. 1811--Special Agent 27 1811 Inspector General Act, 5 U.S.C. 1811 Inspector General Act, 5 U.S.C. Appendix No. 12 and 13 1811 Inspector General Act, 5 U.S.C. Appendix No. 21 and 22 1811 Inspector General Act, 5 U.S.C. Appendix No. 30 and 31
Subtotal: Small Business Administration     27                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Smithsonian Institution, Office of Protection Services The mission of the Smithsonian Institution's law enforcement offices is to provide for: the adequate protection of the specified buildings and grounds and individuals and property in those buildings and grounds; and the maintenance of suitable order and decorum within the spcified buildings and grounds, including the control of traffic and parking of vehicles in the National Zoological Park and all other areas in the District of Columbia under their control. 40 U.S.C. 6304. 0080--Security Officer 1 0083
1801
1811
0085
0080
Smithsonian Institution Special Policing Statute, 40 U.S.C. 6301, 6306 (b).

Rules and Regulations Governing Smithsonian Institution Buildings and Grounds, 36 C.F.R. Parts 504, 520

Cooperative Agreement with District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department dated December 13, 2000
  No Authority 0083
1801
1811
0085
0080
Smithsonian Institution Special Policing Statute,40 U.S.C. 6301, 6306 (b).

Rules and Regulations Governing Smithsonian Institution Buildings and Grounds, 36 C.F.R. Parts 504, 520

Cooperative Agreement with District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department dated December 13, 2000
0083
1801
1811
0085
0080
Smithsonian Institution Special Policing Statute, 40 U.S.C. 6301, 6306 (b)

Rules and Regulations Governing Smithsonian Institution Buildings and Grounds, 36 C.F.R. Parts 504, 520

Cooperative Agreement with District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department dated December 13, 2000
    0083--Police Officer 30                
    0085--Security Guard 750                
    1801--Investigator 2                
    1811--Criminal Investigator 4                
Subtotal: Smithsonian Institution     787                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Social Security Administration, Office of the Inspector General Office of the Inspector General Mission Statement

By conducting independent and objective audits, evaluations, and investigations, we improve the Social Security Administration (SSA) programs and operations and protect them against fraud, waste, and abuse. We provide timely, useful, and reliable information and advice to Administration officials, Congress, and the public.


Investigative Responsibilities

The OIG protects the integrity of SSA’s programs by investigating allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse. These include investigations of grant and contract fraud by unscrupulous individuals, as well as violations by SSA’s employees and those who attempt to secure benefits illegally.

Investigations conducted by the OIG can result in criminal or civil prosecutions and civil monetary penalities against wrongdoers, and can act as a deterrent against those contemplating fraud against SSA and its beneficiaries.

The OIG also proposes systemic changes for remedying program flaws detected during investigations to prevent future fraudulent activities. Special fraud alerts are issued to warn SSA and others of illegal schemes that deplete the Social Security trust funds or victimize beneficiaries.



1811--Criminal Investigator 281 1811 Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended. 1811 Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Section 812) 1811 Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Section 812) 1811 Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Section 812)
Subtotal: Social Security Administration     281                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
Tennessee Valley Authority, Office of the Inspector General Our mission is to prevent and detect
fraud and abuse in TVA programs and
operations and to conduct investigations relating to TVA programs and operations.
1811--Special Agent 7 1811
Investigative employees who transfer to TVA from other Civil Service organizations as 1811's remain in that series. All our other Special Agents
Project Managers and Investigative Department Managers are in TVA's personnel system which does not use job series.
5 U.S.C. Apendix 3 Section 6(e)

December 8, 2003 Attorney General Guidelines governing law enforcement powers for OIGs
1811
Investigative employees who transfer to TVA from other Civil Service organizations as 1811's remain in that series. All our other Special Agents
Project Managers and Investigative Department Managers are in TVA's personnel system which does not use job series.
5 U.S.C. Apendix 3 Section 6(e)

December 8, 2003 Attorney General Guidelines governing law enforcement powers for OIGs
1811
Investigative employees who transfer to TVA from other Civil Service organizations as 1811's remain in that series. All our other Special Agents
Project Managers and Investigative Department Managers are in TVA's personnel system which does not use job series.
5 U.S.C. Apendix 3 Section 6(e)

December 8, 2003 Attorney General Guidelines governing law enforcement powers for OIGs
1811
Investigative employees who transfer to TVA from other Civil Service organizations as 1811's remain in that series. All our other Special Agents
Project Managers and Investigative Department Managers are in TVA's personnel system which does not use job series.
5 U.S.C. Apendix 3 Section 6(e)

December 8, 2003 Attorney General Guidelines governing law enforcement powers for OIGs
    Investigative Department Manager 1                
    Project Manager 2                
    Special Agent 9                
Tennessee Valley Authority, TVA Police TVA Police mission statement: To provide comprehensive protection and security solutions for our customers through community policing

Description:The mission of TVA Police is to set and uphold the highest standards of excellence and integrity while providing service and protection to the public and TVA employees, and maintaining law and order on TVA properties
Assistant Director (CM) 1 Police Officer (SG)
Police Supervisor (SP)
Police Manager (MP)
Police Commander (CM/SP)
Police Investigator (SP/MP)
Assistant Director (CM)
Director (O/EX) Note:all commissioned positions other than police officer are TVA management grade
TVA Act of 1933 4A (c) (in accordance w/ DOJ Guidelines)
MOU w/ USCG (Title 16)
State peace officer statutes where applicable
Police Officer (SG)
Police Supervisor (SP)
Police Manager (MP)
Police Commander (CM/SP)
Police Investigator (SP/MP)
Assistant Director (CM)
Director (O/EX) Note:all commissioned positions other than police officer are TVA management grade
TVA Act of 1933 4A (c) (in accordance w/ DOJ Guidelines)
MOU w/ USCG (Title 16)
State peace officer statutes where applicable
Police Officer (SG)
Police Supervisor (SP)
Police Manager (MP)
Police Commander (CM/SP)
Police Investigator (SP/MP)
Assistant Director (CM)
Director (O/EX) Note:all commissioned positions other than police officer are TVA management grade
TVA Act of 1933 4A (c) (in accordance w/ DOJ Guidelines)
MOU w/ USCG (Title 16)
State peace officer statutes where applicable
Police Officer (SG)
Police Supervisor (SP)
Police Manager (MP)
Police Commander (CM/SP)
Police Investigator (SP/MP)
Assistant Director (CM)
Director (O/EX) Note:all commissioned positions other than police officer are TVA management grade
TVA Act of 1933 4A (c) (in accordance w/ DOJ Guidelines)
State peace officer statutes where applicable
    Director (O/EX) 1                
    Police Commander (CM/SP) 4                
    Police Investigator (SP/MP) 6                
    Police Manager (MP) 19                
    Police Officer (SG) 122                
    Police Supervisor (SP) 13                
Subtotal: Tennessee Valley Authority     185                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
U.S. Capitol Police To protect the Congress, its legislative processes, Members, employees, visitors, and facilities from crime, disruption, or terrorism. We protect and secure Congress so it can fulfill its constitutional responsibilities in a safe and open environment.


Police Officer: As a legislative branch agency, the USCP does not officially/formally utilize the OPM job series system. 1,580 Police Officer: As a legislative branch agency
the USCP does not officially/formally utilize the OPM job series system. All sworn employees are legally authorized to conduct criminal investigations.
2 U.S.C. Sections 1961, 1966, 1967. Police Officer: As a legislative branch agency
the USCP does not officially/formally utilize the OPM job series system. All sworn employees are legally authorized to conduct criminal investigations.
2 U.S.C. 1967 Police Officer: As a legislative branch agency
the USCP does not officially/formally utilize the OPM job series system. All sworn employees are legally authorized to conduct criminal investigations.
2 USC Sec 1961, 1966, 1967 Police Officer: As a legislative branch agency
the USCP does not officially/formally utilize the OPM job series system. All sworn employees are legally authorized to conduct criminal investigations.
2 USC 1941
Subtotal: U.S. Capitol Police     1,580                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
U.S. Government Printing Office, Office of the Inspector General The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) was created by the Government Printing Office Inspector General Act of 1988, Title II of Public Law 100-504 (October 18, 1988). The mission of the GPO OIG is to provide leadership and coordination, and to recommend policies to prevent and detect fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement, as well as to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in GPO’s programs and operations. The OIG offers an independent and objective means of keeping the Public Printer and the Congress fully informed about problems and deficiencies, as well as positive developments, relating to the administration and operations of the GPO. To meet these responsibilities, the OIG conducts audits, evaluations, investigations, inspections, and other reviews.

The Office of Investigations (OI) in the OIG conducts and coordinates investigations relating to employee misconduct and monetary or material losses occurring in GPO programs and operations. The subjects of these investigations may include contractors, program participants, GPO management, and other employees. Special Agents in the OI are Federal Criminal Investigators (Job Series 1811), and are also designated as Special Police Officers pursuant to 44 U.S.C. § 317. The OI’s investigations may result in criminal prosecution, civil proceedings, or imposition of administrative sanctions. Prosecutions may result in court-imposed prison terms, probation, fines, and/or restitution.
1811--Criminal Investigator 8 1811 44 USC 3901(1) and 44 USC 3903(a) and by reference thereto, 5 USC App 3, Sections 4(a)(1), (3), (4) and (5); 5 USC App 3, Sections 6(a)(1)-(5)


GPO Instruction 1215.1, Section(4)(b)(2)provides that the Inspector General is responsible for conducting investigations of possible illegal activities, malfeasance, misfeasance, nonfeasance, incidents of waste, abuse, or other activity which may reflect adversely on the public image of the Office.

GPO Instruction 110.11B, Sections (10)(a) & (15) (a) provide that in cases of potential debarment or suspension, circumstances that involve possible criminal or fraudulent activities shall first be reported to the Office of the Inspector General for investigative consideration.

GPO Instruction 810.11B

Section (I)(5)(g) provides that the GPO Inspector General Act of 1988 provides the Inspector General with broad authority to investigate GPO programs, operations, and other activities. In regard to property, investigations may involve 18 U.S.C. § 641 (Theft and embezzlement of Government property) and 18 U.S.C. § 1001 (false statements and entries).

Section (II)(9)(b) provides that any incidents of suspected property theft, totaling $1,000 or greater, should be promptly referred to the Office of the
Inspector General for investigative consideration. ... The Inspector General will determine whether an inquiry and/or investigation is warranted.

Section (II)(10) provides that the Office of the Inspector General is responsible for providing audit and investigative coverage of the GPO Property Management Program. The Inspector General may: ... (4) investigate allegations of property theft and misuse.
  No Authority 1811 44 U.S.C. 317

The Public Printer designates each of the OIG 1811 Special Agents as "Special Policemen" affording them the authority conferred by 44 U.S.C. 317.
1811 44 U.S.C. 317

The Public Printer designates each of the OIG 1811 Special Agents as "Special Policemen" affording them the authority conferred by 44 U.S.C. 317.
U.S. Government Printing Office, Police Police - Secure and protect personnel and assets of the US Government Printing Office. Title 44 authority

0083--Police Officer 38   No Authority   No Authority 0083 44 U.S.C. 317 0083 title 44 sec 317
Subtotal: U.S. Government Printing Office     46                

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.

  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
U.S. Postal Service, Office of Inspector General The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) was created as an independent component of the USPS in 1996 and derives its authority from the Inspector General Act of 1978, Title 5 United States Code (USC), Appendix, Section 8G.

The OIG is charged with detecting and investigating fraud, waste and abuse and performing audits and reviews of all operations and programs of the USPS.

OIG Special Agents (SA) are law enforcement officers responsible for enforcing statutes regarding property of the USPS, property in the custody of the USPS, the use of the mails and other postal offenses and, to the extent authorized by the Attorney General, to enforce other laws whose violation has a detrimental effect upon the operations of the USPS. In order to fulfill this mission, SAs are authorized to serve subpoenas and warrants; to make arrests; to carry firearms; to seize property; to administer oaths and to have unrestricted access to all USPS records, information and facilities.
1811--Criminal Investigator 440 1811 5 U.S.C Appendix 8 G (a)(2); 18 U.S.C. 3061 1811 18 U.S.C. 3061 1811 18 U.S.C. 3061 1811 18 U.S.C. 3061
U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service Inspector The mission of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is to protect the U.S. Postal Service, its employees, its customers and its property and assets from criminal attack, and to protect the nation's mail system from criminal misuse. 1811--US Postal Inspector 1,717 1811 18 U.S.C. 3061

39 CFR 233.1
1811 18 USC 3061

39 CFR 233.1
1811 18 USC 3061

39 CFR 233.1
1811 18 USC 3061

39 CFR 233.1

Number of LEOs, Federal Job Series Classifications, and Sources of Primary Authorities, as Reported by the 104 Federal Components. Numbers of LEOs are as of June 30, 2006.


  LEO personnel information Conduct criminal investigations Execute search warrants Make arrests Carry firearms
Department or nondepartmental entity and component Law enforcement mission Job series and title used by component Number of LEOs Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities Job series authorized to perform this function Primary authorities
U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service Postal Police The mission of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is to protect the U.S. Postal Service, its employees, its customers and its property and assets from criminal attack, and to protect the nation's mail system from criminal misuse. The Postal Service Security Force, comprising uniformed, armed employees of the Inspection Service at 21 major postal facilities around the country, supports this mission as the visible law enforcement presence at these facilities. The Security Force enforces Postal Service rules and regulations pertaining to conduct, and enforces laws for the protection of persons and property, on Postal Service-controlled property. 2335-24XX Postal Police Officer 869   No Authority   No Authority 2335-24XX Postal Police Officer 40 U.S.C. 1315 (b)(2)(C)

39 CFR 232.1(q)(1)

Public Law 109-115, section 811
2335-24XX Postal Police Officer 40 USC 1315 (b)(2)(B)

39 CFR 232.1 (q)(1)

Public Law 109-115, section 811
Subtotal: U.S. Postal Inspection Service     2,586                
Subtotal: U.S. Postal Service     3,026                
U.S. Supreme Court, Marshal of the Supreme Court To ensure the Constitutional mission of the Supreme Court of the United States, by protecting the Justices, employees, and visitors, and by policing the Supreme Court building and grounds and adjacent streets. Police Officer 139 Police Officer 40 U.S.C. 6121 Police Officer 40 U.S.C. 6121 Police Officer 40 U.S.C. 6121 (a) (3) Police Officer 40 U.S.C. 6121 (a) (4)
Subtotal: U.S. Supreme Court     139                
Total     137,929                

Full Report: GAO-07-121