The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is divided into five divisions: Field Operations, Special Operations, Criminal Investigations, Administration/Technical Services and Corrections/Courts Security. The Sheriff’s Office uses these divisions to provide law enforcement and crime prevention services to citizens of Loudoun County on a 24-hour basis.
The Sheriff’s Office Conducts around-the-clock patrols, enforces laws, responds to emergency calls, investigates crimes and operates the Adult Detention Center, and work release programs.
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The mission of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Export Enforcement 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; prohibited foreign boycotts; and related public safety laws. BIS’s Export Enforcement (EE) is an elite law enforcement organization recognized for its expertise, professionalism, integrity, and accomplishments. EE accomplishes its mission through preventative and investigative enforcement activities and then, pursuing appropriate criminal and administrative sanctions against export violators.
In the post-9/11 world, the export control challenge is to enable legitimate global trade in U.S. goods and technology, while keeping these items out of the hands of weapons proliferators and terrorists. BIS addresses this challenge through assisting legitimate export traders to comply with export control and anti-boycott requirements, preventing violations before they occur, and bringing willful export control violators to justice.
EE works with the Department of Justice to impose criminal sanctions for violations, including incarceration and fines, and with the Office of Chief Counsel for Industry and Security to impose civil fines and denials of export privileges. EE also works closely with other Federal law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, when conducting investigations or preventative actions.
EE consists of the Office of Export Enforcement (OEE), the Office of Enforcement Analysis (OEA), and the Office of Antiboycott Compliance (OAC). Together with BIS’s licensing officers and policy staff, EE employees apply their law enforcement and export control expertise to prevent and deter exports of the most sensitive items to illicit end-users and uses, to embargoed destinations, and to ensure that parties involved in U.S. commercial transactions do not engage in prohibited boycott activities.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement (NOAA OLE) is a federal police part of the National Marine Fisheries Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland.
It was established in 1930 as Division of Law Enforcement, U.S. Fish Commission and Bureau . It is responsible for the ecosystem protection and conservation of most of national marine life. It is the only federal agency for such. As of 2007, it has more than 200 em
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The basic mission of Law Enforcement and Investigations (LE&I) is public and employee safety, resource protection, enforcement of US Criminal Law, and to provide enforcement expertise to other agency managers. The National Forest System Drug Control Act of 1986, as amended in 1988, and Title 16 of the United States Code (U.S.C.), provides authorization to the Forest Service (FS) for law enforcement activities relating to the Controlled Substance Act and Title 21 U.S.C. Subsequently, officers of the FS are charged with performing drug enforcement duties on National Forest System (NFS) lands or in areas with a nexus to NFS lands.
Addressing these public safety and resource protection issues, and reducing the domestic supply of illegal controlled substances is essential. The FS is working in conjunction with the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) in meeting the goals as outlined in the National Drug Control Strategy. The FS uses multiple resources from both the regular military and from National Guard units around the country. This support is critical to its overall mission in drug enforcement.
LE&I is involved with ONDCP’s domestic program of High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA). Its involvement with this effective program of multi-agency task forces from Federal, State, and local agencies will increase to meet the demands of the ever widening drug problem on NFS lands.
Drug enforcement efforts by personnel of the U.S. Forest Service, Law Enforcement and Investigations, will continue to be aimed at stopping the illegal cultivation of marijuana, preventing the establishment of clandestine laboratories, and curtailing the smuggling of controlled substances across all NFS lands. It will remain the leader in domestic drug enforcement on this country’s public lands.
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