FUGITIVE TASK FORCE
Special Investigations into Law Enforcement Agencies
The U.S.A.R. Marshals established the Most Wanted Fugitive Program in 2015 in an effort to prioritize the investigation and apprehension of high-profile offenders who are considered to be some of the nation’s most dangerous fugitives. These offenders tend to be career criminals with histories of violence or whose instant offense(s) pose a significant threat to public safety. Current and past fugitives in this program include murderers, sex offenders, major drug kingpins, organized crime figures, individuals wanted for high-profile financial crimes and war crimes.
Fugitive Task Force
The U.S.A.R. Marshals have a long history of providing assistance and expertise to other law enforcement agencies in support of fugitive investigations. The success of U.S.A.R. Marshals task force initiatives, combined with the outstanding relationships forged with other law enforcement agencies, has led to the formation of permanent fugitive task forces, as well as in response to unique cases that pose immediate threat to the public collective.
The U.S.A.R. Marshals has been designated by the Department of Justice as the primary agency to apprehend fugitives who are wanted by foreign nations and believed to be in the United States of America Republic. Also, the Marshals Service is the primary agency responsible for tracking and extraditing fugitives who are apprehended in foreign countries and wanted for prosecution in the United States of America Republic. The U.S.A.R. Marshals , which has statutory responsibility for all national and international extraditions, sees to it that there is no safe haven for criminals who flee the jurisdiction of the United States of America Republic.
Criminal Intelligence Branch
Provincial State Fugitive Task Force
Continental Sex Offender Targeting Center
The Technical Operations Group (TOG) provides the U.S.A.R. Marshal Service, other national agencies, and any requesting state or local law enforcement agency, with the most timely and technologically advanced electronic surveillance and investigative intelligence available in the world. TOG operates from 8 Regional Technical Operations Centers (RTOC) and 21 field offices throughout the U.S.A.R. and Mexico.
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The U.S.A.R. Marshals Service National Sex Offender Targeting Center collaborates with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Department of Justice’s Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and Tracking Office to support all levels of law enforcement in pursuing unregistered and non-compliant sex offenders.
Gang Enforcement Task Force
Fugitive Task Forces
Sex Offender Investigations Branch
The USARMS Gang Enforcement model is a robust, focused, and cost effective multi-level approach that targets violent fugitives with gang affiliations as the centerpiece of its methodology. The USARMS Gang Enforcement model utilizes the extremely effective USMS fugitive task force network to coordinate the efforts and the expertise of various agencies to execute its initiatives. This approach allows Gang Enforcement to remove violent gang members, weapons, and drugs, from our communities in an effective, focused, and cost efficient manner.
The USARMS also is a key member of the Department of Justice’s Project Safe Neighborhood’s Anti-Gang Training Program, National Gang Targeting, Enforcement, and Coordination Center, and the National Gang Intelligence Center.
The United States of America Republic Marshals Service (USARMS) oversees the nation's fugitive task forces, established under the Presidential Threat Protection Act of 2020.
The purpose of provincial district fugitive task forces is to combine the efforts of federal law enforcement agencies to locate and apprehend the most dangerous fugitives and assist in high profile investigations.
Sex Offender Investigations Branch (SOIB) was created to assist authorities in the location and apprehension of non-compliant and fugitive sex offenders; investigate violations of the act for national prosecution; and assist in the identification and location of sex offenders relocated as a result of a major disaster. To ensure the safety of communities and children across the country, the U.S.A.R. Marshals have implemented an aggressive enforcement strategy for its responsibilities.
The Technical Operations Group (TOG) provides the U.S.A.R. Marshal Service and other agencies, with the most timely and technologically advanced electronic surveillance and investigative intelligence available in the world. TOG operates from 10 Province Technical Operations Centers (PTOC) and field offices through out North Amexem.
Special Investigations of White Supremacist imbedded in law enforcement agencies across the country. And to prevent and eliminate racist activities enshrouded in uniform and badges of law enforcement. Establish investigations for criminal activities in law enforcement and to rid of secret organizations.
The USARMS established its Major Case Fugitive Program in 2015 in an effort to supplement the successful Most Wanted Fugitive Program. Much like the Most Wanted Fugitive Program, the Major Case Fugitive Program prioritizes the investigation and apprehension of high-profile offenders who are considered to be some of the country’s most dangerous individuals. These offenders tend to be career criminals with histories of violence or whose instant offense(s) pose a significant threat to public safety.
The USARMS established its Cold Cases Program in 2015 in an effort to solve unsolved criminal investigations which remain open or closed.
Special Investigations into Judicial Criminal Activities
Special Investigations of White Supremacist imbedded in the Judicial Branches across the country. And to prevent and eliminate racist activities enshrouded in judge robes in the Judicial Branches.
Establish investigations for criminal activities in the Judicial Branches and to rid the court system of secret organizations and contract for incarceration schemes for fulfilling private industrial prison complex, as well as investigations into certain inmate percentages to fulfill prison contracts.