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Justice Department Creates National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team

The NCET will draw and build upon the established expertise across the Criminal Division to deter, disrupt, investigate, and prosecute criminal misuse of cryptocurrency.

Justice Department Awards Over $33 Million in Grants to Advance Community Policing Efforts Across the Country

Over $9 million will go toward expansion of the use of crisis intervention teams to embed mental and behavioral health services with law enforcement.

DEA Administrator Anne Milgram Releases Statement on Tucson Shooting

DEA Group Supervisor Michael G. Garbo died as a result of injuries sustained during the shooting.

Contractor Agrees to Pay More Than $1 Million to Resolve Lawsuit for Overbilling in Federal Contracts

The settlement resolves allegations that from January 2016 through January 2017, ADSI submitted proposals for contracts that included an unapproved cost rate to which ADSI was not entitled.

ISIS Media Figure and Foreign Fighter Charged in Virginia

Khalifa played an important role in the production and dissemination of ISIS propaganda across multiple media platforms targeting Western audiences.

Atomwaffen Leader Convicted for Conspiracy to Threaten Journalists and ADL Employees

Kaleb Cole created the posters, which told the recipients that “you have been visited by your local Nazis.” 

DEA Issues Public Safety Alert on Sharp Increase in Fake Prescription Pills Containing Fentanyl and Meth

Fake prescription pills are widely accessible and often sold on social media and e-commerce platforms – making them available to anyone with a smartphone, including minors.

FBI: Murder and Manslaughter Rose Nearly 30 Percent in 2020

These and additional data are presented in the 2020 edition of the FBI’s annual report Crime in the United States.
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