Over 50 Years’ Combined Experience
US Postal Inspection Service
The United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) is a law enforcement agency in the United States that is responsible for investigating crimes related to the United States Postal Service (USPS). The agency is the oldest federal law enforcement agency in the country. USPIS agents are highly trained professionals who work to protect the integrity and security of the US mail system.
They investigate a wide range of crimes related to mail fraud, identity theft, and other illegal activities that occur through the mail.
One of the most important roles of USPIS agents is to investigate and prevent mail fraud. They work to identify and track individuals who are using the mail system to commit fraud, such as identity theft, and assist the Secret Service in investigating credit card fraud, and investment scams. They also work to protect the public from scams and other fraudulent activities that are conducted through the mail.
USPIS agents also work to protect the security of the mail system. They investigate threats against postal employees and facilities, and they work along with the DEA and ATF to prevent the transportation of illegal materials through the mail, such as drugs, explosives, and other dangerous materials.
Another important role of USPIS agents is to investigate crimes related to the production and distribution of counterfeit currency. They work to identify and track individuals along with the Secret Service to detect and arrest those who are producing and distributing counterfeit money, and they work closely with other law enforcement agencies to bring these individuals to justice.
In addition, USPIS agents work to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse. They investigate crimes related to the distribution of child pornography through the mail, and they work to identify and apprehend individuals who are involved in these illegal activities.
In conclusion, USPIS agents are highly trained law enforcement professionals who play a critical role in protecting the integrity and security of the US mail system. They work tirelessly to investigate and prevent mail fraud, identity theft, and other illegal activities that occur through the mail, and their work requires a high level of skill, dedication, and commitment to public service.