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Confidential Informants: Updates to Policy and Additional Guidance Would Improve Oversight by DOJ and DHS Agencies
David C. Maurer (au)
Federal law enforcement components used more than 16,000 confidential informants in FY 2013 as part of criminal investigations. Informants can be critical to an investigation, but without appropriate oversight, problems can occur that undermine the credibility of the informantäó»s role in an investigation. The Attorney Generaläó»s Guidelines sets forth procedures on the management of informants, including vetting potential informants and overseeing informantsäó» illegal activities that components authorize to support an investigation. This report reviewed the extent to which (1) Departments of Justice (DOJ) and Homeland Security (DHS) componentsäó» policies address the guidelines for vetting informants and overseeing their illegal activities; and (2) selected components have monitoring processes to ensure compliance with the Guidelines. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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