Postal Inspection Service is working to protect the vote

July 9, 2024 The Postal Inspection Service is the federal law enforcement agency assigned to protect the mail — including Election Mail and Ballot Mail. On its website, the agency outlines its efforts to protect the integrity of election-related mail as it moves through the postal network. These efforts include: • Designating inspectors in each USPS district…

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USPS: Do your part to protect the sanctity of the mail

August 16, 2023 To help mark USPS Ethics Awareness Week, the Postal Service is reminding employees about the sanctity of the U.S. Mail. Employees routinely deliver medications, election ballots, utility bill payments, holiday gifts and other important items. Every U.S. household depends on the Postal Service, which is consistently ranked in public polls as the…

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USPS: Inspection Service continues Election Mail vigilance

June 27, 2023 The Postal Inspection Service plays an important role in the electoral process — even during off years. On its website, the organization outlines its efforts to protect the integrity of election-related mail as it moves through the postal network. These efforts include: • Designating inspectors in each USPS district to coordinate Election…

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U.S. Postal Inspection Service – Protect Us All (video)

Published Oct 15, 2019 The Postal Inspectors, Postal Police and Professional, Technical and Administrative staff of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service work hard every day to protect the mail. Hear from them how they do it. Source: U. S. Postal Inspection Service

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Postal Bulletin highlights Delivering Protection to Every Address in America

Last year, the United States Postal Service® delivered over 146 billion pieces of mail to almost 159 million addresses. Who protects all this mail, the network of employees who deliver it, and the customers who receive it? The United States Postal Inspection Service® does. The Postal Inspection Service traces its history to August 7, 1775,…

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