In 2007, The U.S. Fugitive Extradition Bureau was formed to provide services for U.S. Federal Government agencies as a contractor and or collaberator. For example, the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Defense and any other government agency requiring the specialized services or entering into collaberative effort. the bureau would also serve as a resouce for Law Enforcement Agencies, Bail Bond Agencies, All agents of U.S. Investigations and Protection Agency are highly trained and must complete advanced and defensive training regardless of their past experience with local, county, state or federal law enforcement. Agents must complete the following training in addition to continuing education in handcuffing, baton, pepper spray, compliance take downs, non lethal pepper ball, firearms (Revolver, Semiautomatic, Rifle and Shotgun), ethics training, fugitive enforcement, surveillance, First aid and AED, information databases, U.S. Federal and State statutes (in order to understand the laws governing fugitive extradition), civil and criminal court process and pass 6 written exams with a minimum score of 80%. (USFEB is not a local law enforcement agency or goverment enttity).
All agents of U.S. Extradition Bureau must successfully clear 4 FBI background checks, State Police background check , The Bureau of Criminal Identification Background check, Department of Agriculture FL., U.S. U.S. Extradition Bureau back ground check. (No felony criminal convictions). The Bureau of Criminal identification will complete FBI background checks every 90 days on all agents.
In the previous year’s agents have successfully located, apprehended and assisted bail-bond agencies, Local police and sheriff's departments as well as submitted reports accepted by federal agencies which are assigned to specific federal statute violations. The agency was also responsible for locating missing persons. Our agents have shown over the years an intense desire to help people and and be a collaberative resource for municipalities when the need for assistance is required or after other options available are exhausted in cases which directly affect the safety of an individual.
U.S. Extradition Bureau has successfully trained Nuclear Security Personnel regulated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and received a high documented average rating of 9 out of 10.
State and Federal Government Agencies Contracting\Collaborated with U.S. Fugitive Extradition Bureau:
State of Illinois Police CSU
U.S. Department of Justice FBOP
Utah - Bureau of Criminal Identification
Utah - Department of Public Safety
Harvey Illinois Park District