United States Secret Service

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  • The United States Secret Service

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    The United States Secret Service is one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies in the country, and one of the most elite in the world. Secret Service’s mission is to protect the president, vice president and others; and investigations into crimes against the financial infrastructure of the United States (USSS History. (n.d.). By law, the Secret Service is authorized to protect the president, vice president, the president elect, and vice president elect. The immediate families of those individuals

  • The United States Secret Service Essay

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    Immediately following Flight 11 crashing into the North Tower of the World Trade Center reactionary plans were enacted by the United States Secret Service to safe guard the President, who was at a Florida Elementary School at the time of the attack. Initial plans were to return the President to the White INTERAGENCY COOPERATION 9/11 REPORT 6 House, after further consideration and convincing of the President this plan of action was abandoned. At this point, Air Force One was simply flying

  • John F. Kennedy 's Assassination

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    were made on behalf of the United States secret service, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and local Dallas, Texas police officers. The United States secret service officially started protecting the Presidents and the Vice Presidents of the United States after the assassination of President William McKinley in 1901. The United States secret service men are highly trained in an attempt to protect these government officials at all costs. In fact, secret service men are required to participate

  • The US Secret Service Essay examples

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    mission of the United States Secret Services was to control and prevent counterfeit money in the United States after the Civil War in 1865, by 1930 the role of the Secret Service had greatly expanded. Many events occurred during that period that led the Secret Service to expand to enforce the laws whether it includes protecting money, protecting the President, or investigating on the frauds and groups that are dangerous to the people of America. Driving forces and trends impacted Secret Service mission

  • Abraham Lincoln Secret Service Agency Analysis

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    Abraham Lincoln was the president that established the Secret Service about 150 years ago. One of Abraham Lincoln's last official acts was the authorization of the United States Secret Service on the day of his assassination at Ford's Theater by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865 (Time, 2015). Had the Secret Service mission been a go on that day, nothing would have changed. According to several sources, the Secret Service's original duties were to investigate financial crimes regarding the U.S.

  • The Secret Service Essay

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    The Secret Service was created in 1865 as a federal law enforcement agency within the Treasury Department. It derives its legal authority from Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056. It was established for the express purpose of stopping counterfeiting operations which had sprung up in this country following the introduction of paper currency during the Civil War (Treasury, 2002, Online). The Secret Service maintains its role as guardian of the integrity of our currency, but today also investigates

  • Secret Service Agent Training Programs

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    The United States Secret Service started in 1865. At first the Secret Service goal was to combat the counterfeiting currency. The duties of the Secret Service agent expanded after the assassination of President William McKinley in 1901 at Buffalo, New York. Everyone knows that the Secret Service agents will take a bullet for the President, but what they may not know is that Secret Service agents are just as prepared to take a bullet for everyone under their care. The Secret Service agents are charged

  • Secret Service Definition

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    The United States Secret Service or USSS was established by President Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865), its main responsibility was to prevent counterfeiting(an imitation intended to be passed off fraudulently or deceptively as genuine)of money. During the presidency of Lincoln’s Administration, the bills were done by each state through banks, which made the monetary system vere disorganized. After realizing that more than a third of the nation’s money was counterfeit, changes needed to be made in order

  • A Report On The United States Customs Enforcement Agency

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    Jacob Bertuglia Prof. Keilholtz CRJ-110 March 4, 2017 A Report on the Current State of The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency And The US Secret Service 1. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. A. The mission of ICE is to enforce laws regarding the safety of the US such as immigration and customs laws, investigate and make necessary arrests in cases of the violation of these laws and if necessary, facilitate transfers of offenders to the custody of additional agencies depending

  • Agency Structure Essay

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    functional federal budget classifications for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Coast Guard, and U.S. Secret Service and identify each agency as an executive department or independent agency. Furthermore, provide the appropriate subcommittee for budget requests and give a brief agency history. Additionally, provide the U.S. Secret Services proposed and actual budget authority and outlays for a recent year. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers