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The US Postal Inspection Service is a federal law enforcement agency of the U.S. Postal Service and responsible for the integrity of the U.S. Mail. They are also the security arm of the department and they are responsible for the enforcement of at least 200 statutes of the federal government involving the postal service and the US mail. This branch of the federal government was enacted by virtue of the Postal Service Act in 1792.
The US Postal Inspector Service’s main responsibility is to protect the postal employees and maintain integrity in the US mails. They have postal inspectors that serve as the investigative agents of the department. Its powers and authorities include the following:
Enforcement of the postal laws, Investigate cyber fraud within the postal office, Provide security to the personnel of the US postal office, Conduct criminal investigations Serve warrants and subpoenas, Apprehend criminals who committed postal related felonies, Carry firearms, Seize properties that are the fruit of crimes
The US Postal Inspector Service usually has within its jurisdiction to investigate crimes related to the following:
Mail fraud, Mail theft, Identity theft, Mailbox vandalism, Mail export cases, Financial crimes using mail, Charity frauds, Bogus addresses, Foreign lottery fraud, Child Pornography.