The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of postal employees, postal facilities, and the mail. Postal inspectors are federal law enforcement agents authorized to carry out this mission. They use various tools and resources to conduct their work. For example, postal inspectors are assigned accountable property, including vehicles, and may use other tools, such as electronic surveillance equipment, for investigative purposes. They also use an online database to track case activities, such as logging property and evidence. Postal inspectors and postal police officers are required to regularly take training to maintain proficiency when performing their work.
Thursday, December 15, 2022
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