Wisconsin Federal Law Enforcement Jobs

The Bureau of Justice Statistics reported that, as of 2008, there were 502 federal law enforcement officers in West Virginia, the majority of which were in the fields of criminal investigations and corrections

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, has divided its efforts into sections as to best allocate local, state and federal resources for the investigation and prosecution of individuals who commit federal crimes. As such, individuals in federal law enforcement in West Virginia may work through the following sections:

Financial Fraud and Public Corruption Section: Includes corruption by public officials, as well as financial fraud, including healthcare fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, etc.

Organized Crimes and Narcotics Section: Includes offenses involving organized crime, gang activity, violation of federal firearms law, commercial robberies, and drug trafficking

National Security, Cybercrime, and Public Protection Section: Includes offenses related to civil rights violations, national security offenses, the sexual exploitation of children, human trafficking, environmental and regulatory crimes, bank robberies, and crimes within Indian country.

Federal Law Enforcement Education and Training in Wisconsin

A career in federal law enforcement often takes a clearly defined path, which includes a college education and a specific federal training program. Although not all federal law enforcement agencies require a college degree as a minimum requirement, perhaps just as many do, particularly when entering at a GL-7 level, such as the U.S. Marshals, the Secret Service, the CIA, and the ATF.

Aside from FBI professionals, who receive training at the FBI facility in Quantico, Virginia, the majority of federal law enforcement professionals receive training through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC). The FLETC headquarters is located in Glynco, Georgia, although there are also training sites located in Maryland, South Carolina, and New Mexico.

The FLETC-Glynco headquarters includes more than 1,600 acres and only the most modern facilities, dormitories and support structures. Just a few of the facilities of FLETC training facility here include 18 firearms ranges, driver training ranges and even a mock port of entry.

Federal Law Enforcement Operations in Wisconsin

Jobs in federal law enforcement in Wisconsin are far-reaching, as is evident by recent headlines to come out of the U.S. Attorney’s Office:

  • A Wisconsin man was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for his involvement in a drug trafficking organization, which included transporting cocaine and marijuana from Texas to Wisconsin. The investigation was carried out by a number of state and local law enforcement agencies, as well as the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Criminal Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
  • A Jamaican national was convicted to more than 5 years in prison for defrauding seniors in a lottery scam, which involved a mass-marketing fraud that took place via the Internet, telemarketing, or mass mailings. Federal agencies involved in the investigation of this case included the Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Postal Inspection Service.
  • A Wisconsin resident was charged with distributing heroin and sentenced to 10 years in prison. The investigation was a corporative effort between local law enforcement agencies and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
  • A Polish citizen was sentenced in federal court for illegally reentering the United States and for aggravated identity theft. The case was investigated by local police departments and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations.
  • Two Milwaukee men were recently indicted on armed robbery charges. The men were charged with interference with commerce by robbery and brandishing a firearm, both of which fell under the Hobbs Act, which provides federal jurisdiction for cases involving robberies of businesses that are involved in interstate commerce. The investigation is being handled by the Milwaukee Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.

 

Federal Law Enforcement Offices in Wisconsin

There is a host of federal law enforcement offices located in Wisconsin:

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)

  • Milwaukee

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

  • Milwaukee
  • Green Bay

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • Milwaukee
  • Green Bay
  • Kenosha

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

  • Madison

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

  • Milwaukee
  • Yakima

Postal Inspection Service

  • Milwaukee

United States Secret Service

  • Milwaukee

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

  • Milwaukee

United States Forest Service

  • Milwaukee

United States Marshals Service

  • Milwaukee
  • Green Bay

United States Coast Guard

  • Bayfield
  • Washington Island
  • Marinette
  • Sturgeon Bay
  • Green Bay
  • Two Rivers
  • Sheboygan
  • Milwaukee
  • Kenosha

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