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US Marshals Service (USMS)
The USMS US Marshals Service is a bureau of theUS Department of Justicewas established by the Judiciary Act of 1789, making it one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies in the US. It is mainly the enforcer of the US federal courts and is responsible for securing the judiciary branch of the government.
US Marshals Service – Authority
The duties and functions of the US Marshals Service (USMS) mainly evolve around the enforcement of the orders of the federal courts and in ensuring the protection and order within the justice system. The USMS agents are called marshals and they have the following authorities, duties and responsibilities:
Provide judicial security to protect the officials and employees of the judicial branch of the government
Secure and transport prisoners
Find and capture the fugitives of justice
Operate the housing for prisoners
Engage in tactical operations
Serve warrants and make an arrest
Forfeiture and seizure of assets acquired from criminal activities
Manage the Witness Protection Program
Extradition and deportation of offenders
US Marshals Service – Responsibilities
US Marshals Service (USMS) usually investigates crimes and offenses that are related to the enforcement of the justice system. Their investigation includes the following:
Fugitive from justice
Violations of parole and probation
Threats to the judicial officers and employees
Violations of the anti-narcotic drugs in concurrent jurisdiction with the DEA
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