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Press Releases

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Former Boston Police Sergeant Detective Sentenced for Making False Statements and Unlawfully Entering Secure Airport Area
Former CBP Officer Sentenced to Prison for Alien Smuggling
DHS OIG Finds ICE’s Screening Protocol of Aliens Who May Be Known or Suspected Terrorists is Limited and Risks National Security
Former Treasurer of Teays Valley Volunteer Fire Department Pleads Guilty for Embezzlement
DHS OIG Inspection Cites Concerns with Detainee Treatment and Care
Former Federal Agent Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes to Dismiss Indictment Against Colombian Narcotics Kingpin
DHS OIG Completes Its Review of Implementation of the Travel Ban; Awaits Decision by DHS Regarding Whether It Will Invoke Privilege
DHS OIG Finds that the Coast Guard’s IT Investments Risk Costly Failure Without Required Oversight
DHS OIG Issues Warning to FEMA Regarding Duplicate Public Assistance Funding
DHS OIG Cites CBP for Misuse of Summons Power
Last Defendant in the United States Pleads Guilty in Multimillion Dollar India-Based Call Center Scam Targeting U.S. Victims
DHS Can Improve Cyber Threat Information Sharing
DHS Still Struggling for a Unified Approach Regarding Immigration
DHS Still Challenged in Safeguarding Weapons, Badges, and other Sensitive Assets
DHS OIG Employees Awarded Top Honor Two Years in A Row
DHS OIG Audit Determines FEMA Lacked Control over Mississippi’s Coastal Retrofit Program
CIGIE Launches Oversight.gov: IGs Found More Than $25 Billion in Potential Cost Savings in FY 2017, New Website Shows
DHS OIG Audit Finds that FEMA’s Management of Its Flood Mapping Programs is Inadequate
The United States Attorney’s Office Announces Formation Of A Task Force To Fight Hurricane Irma-Related Illegal Activity
Middle District Of Florida, Along With Three Other U.S. Attorney Offices In Districts Affected By Hurricane Irma, Establishes Task Force To Combat Disaster Fraud And Urge The Public To Be Vigilant In Reporting Suspected Fraud