with passport, visa, and fraud cases.
Also, it handles protection for
Department of State personnel.
Such protection extends to official
representatives of foreign countries to the US. These persons are kept safe
while attending international conferences; they are also protected when
performing special missions.
The Security office is concerned, too, with
liaison with security officials of allied governments. Liaison with members of
the intelligence world and other domestic security law enforcement agencies is
also handled by this office.
In addition, they oversee a research and
The CIA is mainly concerned
with intelligence matters of other nations.
(7) Other Federal agencies which have units performing investigative
duties of interest to the CID/MPI are the:
(a) Investigative agencies of the Department of Interior, such as
Indian Affairs, Public Lands, and National Park Service.
(b) Wages and Hours and Public Contracts Division, Department of
(c) Veterans Administration.
(d) Interstate Commerce Commission.
(e) US Maritime Commission.
c. At the state, county, and city level, certain agencies may be used as
sources of information or for aid. The following is a listing of these non-
(1) State bureau of investigation.
(2) Highway patrols and state police.
(3) County sheriffs.
(4) County coroners or medical examiners.
(5) Municipal police.
(6) Prosecuting attorneys.
(7) Foreign police agencies.
d. At the local level, you and the police agency should share a high
degree of cooperation and mutual trust. Such relationships may be a large