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U.S. Secret Service: Data Analyses Could Better Inform the Domestic Field Office Structure
Diana C. Maurer (au)
Commonly known for protecting the President, the Secret Service also plays a role in investigating and preventing a variety of financial and electronic crimes (e.g., counterfeiting). To execute its dual investigative and protective missions, the Secret Service operates a domestic field office structure of 115 offices in 42 districts. This report evaluates (1) the costs of the Secret Serviceäó»s domestic field office structure and to what extent the data are reliable; (2) how domestic offices enable the Secret Service to accomplish its missions; and (3) the extent to which the Secret Service uses available data to ensure that is domestic field office structure meets its mission needs and what data reliability challenges, if any, exist. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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