What Cabinet Has Secret Service?
Answer . The Cabinet is a part of the executive branch of the U.S. federal government consisting of the heads of federal executive departments. . The importance is for the president to have a team of people who are there by his side to help make final decisions. . As well as congress, the cab…inet is there for more security on certain issues the president has to face. The first president of the United States, George Washington, quickly realized the importance of having a cabinet.. Among his first acts he persuaded Congress to recognize the Departments of Foreign Affairs (renamed State and given additional powers a few months after its creation), Treasury, and War. The heads of these executive departments would be given the title of "secretary" followed by the name of their department.. Although Washington's Cabinet also contained the position of Attorney General, the Attorney General did not become the head of the Justice Department until 1870. I hope that helps a little.. The president also needs the cabinet in case He dies, and the VP dies (MORE)
The United States Secret Service ( USSS ) is a federal lawenforcement agency under the U.S. Department ofHomeland Security . Until 2003, the Service was part of the U.S. Departmentof the Treasury . . The U.S. Secret Service has two distinct areas ofresponsibility: . Financial Crimes, covering… missions such as prevention andinvestigation of counterfeiting of U.S. currency and U.S. treasury securities , andinvestigation of major fraud . . Protection, which entails ensuring the safety of current andformer national leaders and their families, such as the President,past presidents, vice presidents, presidential candidates, visitingheads of state, and foreign embassies. . The Secret Service's initial responsibility was to investigatecounterfeiting of U.S. currency, which was rampant following the U.S. Civil War . The agency thenevolved into the United States' first domestic intelligence and counterintelligence agency. Manyof the agency's missions were later taken over by subsequentagencies such as the FBI , ATF , and IRS . (MORE)
Answer . Huh?. The Secret Service is part, (essentially a branch of Law\Defense) of the US Government. Like all parts of the Government, it is supported by taxes and doesn't pay them, (although of course the employees of it, do). And to do so would be circular anyway, as well as, it doesn't re…ally have any revenues, so it would always be having a loss and wouldn't owe taxes if it was a private industry.. By the way...lots of things don't pay taxes...State Governments, Charities, Churches, Not for Profit, Community Organizations, etc. (MORE)
Federal law provides special salary rates to Federal employees who serve in law enforcement. Additionally, Federal special agents and inspectors receive law enforcement availability pay (LEAP)-equal to 25 percent of the agent's grade and step-awarded because of the large amount of overtime that thes…e agents are expected to work. For example, in 2007, FBI agents entered Federal service as GS-10 employees on the pay scale at a base salary of $48,159, yet they earned about $60,199 a year with availability pay. They could advance to the GS-13 grade level in field nonsupervisory assignments at a base salary of $75,414, which was worth $94,268 with availability pay. FBI supervisory, management, and executive positions in grades GS-14 and GS-15 paid a base salary of about $89,115 and $104,826 a year, respectively, which amounted to $111,394 or $131,033 per year including availability pay. Salaries were slightly higher in selected areas where the prevailing local pay level was higher. Because Federal agents may be eligible for a special law enforcement benefits package, applicants should ask their recruiter for more information. (MORE)
The Secret Service was established as a law enforcement agency in 1865. While most people associate the Secret Service with presidential protection, its original mandate was to investigate the counterfeiting of U.S. currency, a mission the Secret Service is still mandated to carry out. Today the …agency's primary investigative mission is to safeguard the payment and financial systems of the United States. This has been historically accomplished through the enforcement of counterfeiting statutes to preserve the integrity of United States currency, coin and financial obligations. The Service started protecting Presidents in 1902 Since 1984, the Secret Service's investigative responsibilities have expanded to include crimes that involve financial institution fraud, computer and telecommunications fraud, false identification documents, access device fraud, advance fee fraud, electronic funds transfers and money laundering as it relates to the agency's core violations. To combat these crimes, the Secret Service has adopted a proactive approach that utilizes advanced technologies. (MORE)
The President of the United States . The First Lady of the United States . The Vice President of the United States . The Second Lady of the United States . Foreign Heads of State . Former Presidents of the United States
It came into being on 5 July 1865 in an effort to protect US currency from counterfitting. It did not have a Presidential protection role until 1894, and that was on a part time basis. After the assassination of President McKinley they began the Presidential protection on a full time basis, in 1961 …past presidents were covered and on 1962 Vice Presidents were added and in 1963, that protection was added for First Lady Jaqueline Kennedy. (MORE)
you have to play the missons and sometimes do some extra things during the missions and protect club penguin
I only know The pistols used but here they are. The sig p229 in .357 caliber and FN Five seveN
Yes. but it is a secret.When you see the President walking through crowds and shaking hands, a SS man will be right next to him. They usually wear sun glasses and have an ear piece.
they wear black dress slacks and white button down shirts or at least the ones i met last night after a fundraiser former presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush Sr. did here in town.
I dont think you can but im not 100% sure. You may not be able to have one because u dont want to have anything that can identify your body. Birth marks if bad enough can keep you from being in the secret service.
The U.S. Secret Service hiring requirements are listed on USAJOBS. Generally one needs a bachelors degree. Experience in security work is generally not required as well as police experience. You DO NOT need someone with "influence" or "pull", that is ridiculous. NO ONE gets "recommended" for a "…spot" in a Federal Law Enforcement Agency. (MORE)
The secret service carrys a wide range of weapons. The guys with the suits that you see by the president carry pistols and small sub-machine guns. the guys in the big uniforms carry anything from a Remington shotgun to a P90 sub-machine gun Glock 40cal
No, the compound noun 'secret service' is a common noun, a general term for any government intelligence agency. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example: . United States Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security . South African Secret Service, National …Intelligence Co-ordinating Committee . Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade . "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", 1969 James Bond movie (MORE)
I Dont Know? its a secret. They investigate counterfeit money and they protect the president.
Mossad and Shin Bet of Israel, followed by MI6 of the UK and the FSB of the Russian Federation.
Governors do not get secret service protection. Usually their state provides the governor with personal protection.
So they could protect the president. They are supposed to keep the code names of the president and his family secret. This way, possible assassins are not given additional information.
they dress appropriately for whatever situation they will be in. For example they dress in suits at formal events but may be dressed in more casual clothes at casual events, such as when the president goes on vacation.
The "Secret Service Division" of the Department of the Treasury had been proposed by Lincoln in 1865. The legislation authorizing the creation of the agency had been passed by Congress and was on Lincoln's desk, awaiting his signature, on the night that he was assassinated. However coincidental tha…t may be, the Secret Service was not given the responsibility of guarding the President until after the assassination of President McKinley in 1901. (MORE)
I will only tell you 3 but you have to find the rest your self ok deal 1. the place were you do cross words and word search. 2. inside the shopping mall remember INSIDE! 3. tum's dinner by Matilda ikomi
The theme of On Her Majesty's Secret Service was instrumental using a synthesizer - there is no vocalist.
If you meet the service's requirements, of course a woman can work for the secret service!
In regards to the President's security detail, essentially yes. Where ever the President goes he is accompanied by a certain number of secret service agents.
Boring for me- though you do get introduced to a list of 'missions' which are like episodes of a spy/detective game. And the secret base looks better than any other place on club penguin.
The official name is the United States Secret Service (USSS). It isa federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department ofHomeland Security.
Logically speaking you must have a clean criminal check, score high in security techniques, be well established, preferred military status, an American citizen of the United States or territories, good physical health, maintain high moral standards of living while employed and thereafter.
The salary is this $43,964 - $74,891 but it can depend on how much experience the person has.
You apply for a job. They have vacancies that they want to fill and need people with a large variety of skills. Their web page (see the related links) says to please contact the Secret Service Recruitment Program at 202-406-5830, or TTY 202-406-5390 if you have questions. They also offer internshi…ps (see the link) (MORE)
Yes - In the sense that ALL non-military law enforcement personnel are civilians, the Secret Service is a branch f the Treasury Department, they are not part of the military. Added for clafification: Members of the law enforcement community will, among themselves, oftentimes make reference to "…civilians." or "citizens," but what they are doing is differentiating between their status as 'sworn officers,' and members of the general public (i.e.: the 'non-law enforcement' community). (MORE)
Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury departme…nt and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. Although the Secret Service is widely known for presidential security, they are under the direction of the Treasury department and have duties for maintaining security there. (MORE)
No, he does not. in fact, he depends on the Secret Service to keep him safe, and he has confidence in them. (All presidents, and the presidential nominees of the opposing party, rely on the Secret Service for protection; thus, it has a very important function.) Undoubtedly, there are times when poli…ticians and their families wish they did not have the Secret Service following everywhere they go, but they do understand the need for security, and they understand why the Secret Service needs to be close by. What President Obama was upset about was a report in early 2012 about a scandal in Columbia, when some off-duty secret service agents were drinking and possibly using prostitutes. This upset a number of people (including the head of the Secret Service). But the president has not lost confidence in the entire agency because of a few people's unprofessional actions. (MORE)
$250,000 a year, plus full benefits due to the fact that they basically risk their lives every day.
Sandra of the Secret Service is a DC Comics character from the 1930s.There are a few comic book fans that have hopes for her to return and be in a new movie adaption but at this time it would appear that this is very unlikey to happen anytime soon.
Yes they do. They have whit shirts and uniform pants with a stripe down the leg
To protect the life of the person in their charge, or their own life: Absolutely yes, no question. But they are no different than municipal police officers anywhere in that regard.
I don't think there is an "issued" watch, but they probably wear what most fits the environment and their specific job. Some good tactical watches include Casio G-Shock, Luminox, and 5.11 Tactical.
As long as they are the Presidents, they are protected by the Secret Service. The secret service is entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the United States president at all times.
1865 The Secret Service Division was created on July 5, 1865 in Washington, D.C., to suppress counterfeit currency. Chief William P. Wood was sworn in by Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloch. 1867 Secret Service responsibilities were broadened to include "detecting persons perpetrating frauds ag…ainst the government." This appropriation resulted in investigations into the Ku Klux Klan, non-conforming distillers, smugglers, mail robbers, land frauds, and a number of other infractions against the federal laws. 1870 Secret Service headquarters relocated to New York City. 1874 Secret Service headquarters returned to Washington, D.C. 1875 The first commission book and a new badge were issued to operatives. 1877 Congress passed an Act prohibiting the counterfeiting of any coin, gold or silver bar. 1883 Secret Service was officially acknowledged as a distinct organization within the Treasury Department. 1894 The Secret Service began informal part-time protection of President Cleveland. 1895 Congress passed corrective legislation for the counterfeiting or possession of counterfeit stamps. 1901 Congress informally requested Secret Service Presidential protection following the assassination of President William McKinley. 1902 The Secret Service assumed full-time responsibility for protection of the President. Two operatives were assigned full time to the White House Detail. 1906 Congress passed Sundry Civil Expenses Act for 1907 that provided funds for Presidential protection by the Secret Service. Secret Service operatives began to investigate the western land frauds. The Service's investigations returned millions of acres of land to the government. 1908 Secret Service began protecting the president-elect. Also, President Roosevelt transferred Secret Service agents to the Department of Justice. They formed the nucleus of what is now the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). EXPANSION 1913 Congress authorized permanent protection of the president and the statutory authorization for president-elect protection. 1915 President Wilson directed the Secretary of the Treasury to have the Secret Service investigate espionage in the United States. 1917 Congress authorized permanent protection of the president's immediate family and made "threats" directed toward the president a federal violation. 1922 White House Police Force created on October 1, 1922, at the request of President Harding. 1930 White House Police Force was placed under the supervision of the Secret Service. 1951 Congress enacted legislation that permanently authorized Secret Service protection of the president, his immediate family, the president-elect, and the vice president, if he wishes. (Public Law - 82-79). 1961 Congress authorized protection of former presidents for a reasonable period of time. 1962 Congress expanded coverage to include the vice president (or the next officer to succeed the president) and the vice president-elect. (Public Law 87-829). 1963 Congress passed legislation for protection of Mrs. John F. Kennedy and her minor children for two years. (Public Law 83-195). 1965 Congress authorized protection of former presidents and their spouses during their lifetime and minor children until age 16. 1968 As a result of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination, Congress authorized protection of major presidential and vice presidential candidates and nominees. (Public Law 90-331). Congress also authorized protection of widows of presidents until death, or remarriage, and their children until age 16. 1970 White House Police Force renamed the Executive Protective Service and increased its responsibilities to include the protection of diplomatic missions in the Washington, D.C., area. (Public Law 91-217). 1971 Congress authorized Secret Service protection for visiting heads of a foreign state or government, or other official guests, as directed. 1975 The duties of Executive Protective Service were expanded to include protection of foreign diplomatic missions located throughout the United States and its territories. 1977 The Executive Protective Service was officially renamed the Secret Service Uniformed Division on November 15, 1977. 1984 Congress enacted legislation making the fraudulent use of credit and debit cards a federal violation. The law also authorized the Secret Service to investigate violations relating to credit and debit card fraud, federal-interest computer fraud, and fraudulent identification documents. 1986 Treasury Police Force merged into the Secret Service Uniformed Division on October 5, 1986. A Presidential directive authorized protection of the accompanying spouse of the head of a foreign state or government. 1990 The Secret Service received concurrent jurisdiction with Department of Justice law enforcement personnel to conduct any kind of investigation, civil or criminal, related to federally insured financial institutions. 1994 The passage of the 1994 Crime Bill Public Law 103-322, in part, revised Title 18 USC Section 470, providing that any person manufacturing, trafficking in, or possessing counterfeit U.S. currency abroad may be prosecuted as if the act occurred within the United States. TODAY 1997 Congress passed legislation in 1994 stating that Presidents elected to office after January 1, 1997, will receive Secret Service protection for 10 years after leaving office. Individuals elected to office prior to January 1, 1997, will continue to receive lifetime protection. (Public Law 103-329) 1998 Telemarketing Fraud Prevention Act (Public Law105-184) allowed for criminal forfeiture of fraud proceeds for convictions of 18 USC sections 1028, 1029, 1341, or 1344, or of a conspiracy to commit such an offense, if the offense involved telemarketing. The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act (Public Law 105-318) amends 18 USC section 1028 to establish the offense of "Identity Theft." Penalties were established for anyone who knowingly transfers or uses, without authority, any means of identification of another person, with the intent to commit an unlawful activity that is a violation of the identity theft provisions of section 1028. 2000 Presidential Threat Protection Act (Public Law 106-544) was passed, which in part, authorized the Secret Service to participate in the planning, coordination, and implementation of security operations at special events of national significance ("National Special Security Event"), as determined by the President. 2001 The Patriot Act (Public Law 107-56) increased the Secret Service's role in investigating fraud and related activity in connections with computers. In addition it authorized the Director of the Secret Service to establish nationwide electronic crimes taskforces to assist the law enforcement, private sector and academia in detecting and suppressing computer-based crime; increased the statutory penalties for the manufacturing, possession, dealing and passing of counterfeit U.S. or foreign obligations; and allowed enforcement action to be taken to protect our financial payment systems while combating transnational financial crimes directed by terrorists or other criminals. 2002 The Department of Homeland Security was established with the passage of (Public Law 107-296) which in part, transfered the United States Secret Service from the Department of the Treasury, to the new department effective March 1, 2003. 2004 Barbara Riggs, a veteran agent of the Secret Service, became the first woman in the agency's history to be named Deputy Director. 2006 The network of Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Forces expanded from 15 to 24 nationwide task forces dedicated to fighting high-tech, computer-based crimes through successful public-private partnerships. 2007 Protection began for presidential candidate Illinois Senator Barack Obama in May, the earliest initiation of Secret Service protection for any candidate in history. Presidential candidate New York Senator Hillary Clinton already received protection before she entered the race due to her status as former first lady. 2008 The Secret Service marked five years under the Department of Homeland Security. Since 2003, the Secret Service made nearly 29,000 criminal arrests for counterfeiting, cyber investigations and other financial crimes, 98% of which resulted in convictions, and seized more than $295 million in counterfeit currency. The Secret Service investigated and closed financial crimes cases where actual loss amounted to $3.7 billion and prevented a potential loss of more than $12 billion. (MORE)
Technically yes, but being in the CIA does not mean you will be accepted automatically in the Secret Service.
Initial training lasts about seven months but secret service agents are in classes and training quite a bit through out their career.
Applicants should have either a four-year college degree or a combination of education and criminal investigative experience, be in good physical condition, and have a record that is clear of criminal behavior. Lots of people apply to become Secret Service agents, so the process is very competitive.… If you are interested in becoming an agent, you should study hard and be a good student. (MORE)
There is no big mystery here, the general public can learn of opportunities with the SS by going to the U.S. Federal website found in the related link just below. (There may be some new openings now that the some of the staff have been sent home from Columbia.)
You Have To Be 18 Or Older. And Before Being In The Service You Are Going To Have To Take Tests On Your Strengh, Self-Ability, Etc., They Take It Seriously.(:
Interior . The U.S. Secret Service was a division of the Department of the Treasury from its creation on April 14, 1865 until March 1, 2003, and it has been a division of the Department of Homeland Security since then.
Originally it was Cheka but this was disbanded in 1922 to the State Political Directorate, or GPU. Under Stalin, the secret police in 1934 was renamed the People's Comissariat for Internal Affairs, or NKVD.
Yes. Agents working for secret service organisations such as the United State's CIA and the United Kingdoms MI6 have the legal power to arrest anybody on their home soil and potential threats (ie terrorists) overseas for the defence of their country.
If someone engaged in official business requires cooperation or assistance, they have to be able to prove that they do hold the office, such as membership in the secret service, that they claim to have. A badge, therefore, is a form of identification. Admittedly, once you identify yourself, it's n…ot a secret anymore. But then, the secret service is not always that much of a secret. (MORE)
The Secret Service, in the United States, has two areas of focus.The first is policing financial crimes such as currencycounterfeiting and major fraud. The second is protecting former andcurrent national leaders, as well as visiting heads of state.