US Postal Inspection Service


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Noun1.US Postal Inspection Service - the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal ServiceUS Postal Inspection Service - the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service
United States Postal Service, US Postal Service, USPS - an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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NCDA investigators, US Postal Inspection Service, FBI, and the state's comptroller's office executed a search warrant in April 2018 at Eckstein's home office.
The federal government has been slow to give marijuana businesses access to the banking system and recently the US Postal Inspection Service has suggested that marijuana tax payments sent to the Alaska Department of Revenue are subject seizure.
Toronto law enforcement authorities and the US Postal Inspection Service recreated Way's customer records and shared them with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Interpol.
"The individual was arrested at his residence in Corinth, Mississippi following an investigation conducted by FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces in Memphis, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi; the US Capitol Police; the US Postal Inspection Service; and the US Secret Service", added the statement.
Another benefit is the US Postal Inspection Service - the nation's oldest Federal law-enforcement agency (founded by Benjamin Franklin) whose task is to keep the mail safe.
The suspects were arrested Wednesday as part of Operation Island Express, a law enforcement operation that joined efforts of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the US Postal Inspection Service, the State Department s Diplomatic Security Service and the Internal Revenue Service.
Investigators from the FBI and the US Postal Inspection Service concluded the anthrax, mailed to prominent journalists and politicians in 2001 shortly after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and Pentagon, came from a single flask of parent spores that only Ivins maintained and had created.
Together with the US Postal Inspection Service, they examined parcels being sent abroad via the Nigerian Postal Service and delivery companies.
The rise is mainly down to the police's Operation Ore, which was launched in April 2002 when the US Postal Inspection Service handed over credit card details of 6,500 Britons.