S., when they might actually be facilitating the entry of a group of terrorists.
Election crimes become federal cases when: The FBI’s International Corruption Unit (ICU) is the leading investigative entity in combating foreign corruption.
ICU’s kleptocracy program is run in close coordination with DOJ’s Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative (KARI), part of the broader Priority International Money Laundering Threat (PIMLAT) violation.
ICU has program management responsibility over cases involving international fraud against the government and international corruption of federal public officials.
The FBI is uniquely situated to combat corruption, with the skills and capabilities to run complex undercover operations and surveillance. These partnerships include, but are not limited to the Department of Justice, Agency Offices of Inspector General; law enforcement agencies’ internal affairs divisions; federal, state and local law enforcement and regulatory investigative agencies; and state and county prosecutor’s offices.
In 2008, the FBI created the International Corruption Unit (ICU) to oversee the increasing number of investigations involving global fraud against the U. government and the corruption of federal public officials outside of the continental U. The FBI’s prison corruption initiative, which began in June 2014, addresses contraband smuggling by local, state, and federal prison officials in exchange for bribe payments.