What does the secret service do for the US Mint?
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)
The yearly salary is reputed to be somewhere between $51,734.00 and $107,854.00, depending on years of service (time in title).
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)
Most recipes recommend using fresh spearmint for a mint julep,however it really depends on the drinker's taste for mint. Astronger mint flavor would require peppermint or chocolate mint.Milder flavors would go more with apple mint or one of the otherslike pineapple mint. However I would NOT recommen…d using lemon mintunless you like the smell of citronella. (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)
Secret service favors .357 sig, particularly in sig sauers. .357 sig rounds offer increased velocity over standard calibers and better barrier penetration.
Yes jimmy carter refused secret service protection upon his retirement. Said it was a waste of tax payer money.
George W. Bush: Tumbler Laura Bush (wife): Tempo Barbara Bush (daughter): Turquoise Jenna Bush (daughter): Twinkle
I only know The pistols used but here they are. The sig p229 in .357 caliber and FN Five seveN
The current US mint marks are: P for Philadelphia D for Denver S for San Francisco (for proof coins only) W for West Point (for commemoratives and gold only) Until recently most coins from Philadelphia did not have a mintmark so you may find many older coins lacking mint marks. Dates for… the P mint mark are: > 1942-45 : "war nickels" > 1979-present : dollars > 1980-present : nickels, quarters, dimes, halves Philadelphia cents do not have a mint mark, even after 1980. Mint Marks on Older Coins S for San Francisco on circulating coins 1854-1955, also some nickels and cents 1968-74 C for Charlotte, NC 1838-1861 CC for Carson City, NV 1870-1893 D for Dahlonega, GA 1838-1861 O for New Orleans, LA 1838-1861 and 1879-1909 (MORE)
The U.S. Secret Service is governed by the Department of Treasury, while the FBI is governed by the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice's head official is the Attorney General of the United States.
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)
They are protected for a limited amount of time unless they opt out of it, which is an option.
Well, i bet you got this whole secret service thing from Kim Kardashian on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Go to the website Telespoof. That's all i know lmao.
The current policy is to protect Presidents while they are running for office, while they are in office, and after they leave office. The are perpetually protected.
How many ways can I use the oil of mint? . Mint Jelly, Mint tea, Mint Julep, Mint icecream, Minticecubes . Mint-flavored chocolate candy . Peppermint has long been a remedy for digestive problems . Treatment for headache, colic, gingivitis, rheumatism . Aromatic oil to calm the spirit and open… the respiratorysystem . Mint has been used as a pest deterrent in gardens . Mint is a nice additive to potatoes, rice, salad dressing,tuna . Mint-flavored gum, toothpaste, mouthwash (MORE)
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.
Uniformed Division officers are generally hired at the LE-1 grade levels with a starting 2009 starting salary of $50,787. Fopr further information see the below link:
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.
We do not provide protection for supreme court justices. They have supreme court police who takes care of that
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)
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.
The Sercret Service is not governed by any specific regulatory body. They operate under Title 18, Section 3056, of the United States Code, which authorizes agents to do the following: . Carry firearms . Execute warrants issued under the laws of the United States . Make arrests without warrants …for any offense against the United States committed in their presence, or for any felony recognizable under the laws of the United States if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has committed such felony . Offer and pay rewards for services and information leading to the apprehension of persons involved in the violation of the law that the Secret Service is authorized to enforce . Investigate fraud in connection with identification documents, fraudulent commerce, fictitious instruments and foreign securities and . Perform other functions and duties authorized by law The Secret Service works closely with the United States Attorney's Office in both protective and investigative matters. (MORE)
national geographic says the standard handgun is a 357 semi automatic and the also use the MP5 like the seals
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.
Sorry, that information is normally not publicly available until after the sitting president has left the office.
George W. Bush currently has U.S. Secret Service protection and will until 2018. Ex-presidents currently receive the protection for 10 years after their tenure as President. That law went into effect in 1997, making Bill Clinton the last president that will receive Secret Service protection for …life. . President Obama repealed this law by signing HR. 6620, the "Former Presidents Protection Act of 2012". This repeal restored Secret Service protection for life and gives protection to the president's immediate family. . So the answer is still - Yes - for life. . (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)
Code words of the Secret Service are ambiguous words, many of whichare used to refer to U.S. presidents. They are not known to thegeneral public.
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.
You can use mint for making a mint tea, as a flavoring for mint jellies, homemade candy etc. There are hundreds of types of mint plants. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_is_the_use_of_mint_in_Hindi#ixzz1a1VZtd1B .
1865, Lincoln's last official act was to sign the authorization creating the US Secret Service
It is incredibly hard to make sure that public transportation is secure, especially if the President decides that he wants to do use the subway or some other type of public transportation on short notice. The job of the secret service detail assigned to the President is to insure that he remains saf…e so the use of unsecured transportation lessens their ability to to do their job effectively. (MORE)
Secret Service agents go through rigorous training to perform their job effectively. All agents must go through about 7 months worth of training when they are initially hired. Once an agent has gone through the initial training, if they want to be on a protection detail, they must work in a field of…fice for six to eight years. After spending six to eight years in the field, agents will then be transferred to work on a protection detail for three to five years. During this time, both in the field and on a protection detail, agents are encouraged and at times required to take classes offered both by the secret service and by other law enforcement agencies. For more information, see the related link. (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)
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.
A mint is a factory where coins are made. The US has four currently-operating mints: P: Philadelphia (no mint mark on most coins before 1980) D: Denver (since 1906) S: San Fransisco (circulating coins till 1955, some 1968-74; proof coins since 1968) W: West Point (commemorative and bullion …coins only) Four other mints are now closed. These were: C: Charlotte (gold coins only, 1838-1861) D: Dahlonega (gold coins only, 1838-1861) CC: Carson City (1870-1893) O: New Orleans (1838-1861 and 1870-1909) (MORE)
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The only information I could find on this was a little ambiguous. It's for life, but it's not clear if that means the president's life or the president's spouse's life. (Another section implied that secret service protection for the wife might terminate a year after the former president's death.)
The Mint company in the United Kingdom offers banking services and credit cards. The Mint Company in the UK also gives insurance and receives high reviews online.
Actually the application process depends mainly on the type of job one would like to apply for. The application process for "Special Agent & Uniformed Division Officer" for example is divided in two phases: the first one is the "competency" phase and the second one is called the "security" phase. Al…l details and application forms can be found on the corresponding "How to apply" section of the official "Secret Service" website. (MORE)