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  1. #1
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    May 2002
    Were it is always to ****

    Exclamation This Will Make You Nervous !!!!

    Check this shit out bros.

    Looking at the postal web-site to see about how they inspect shit and check this out:

    Forensic & Technical Services Division


    Organizational Structure
    The Forensic & Technical Services Division (F&TSD) comprises over 100 Postal Inspectors, highly trained forensic scientists and technical specialists who play a key role in identifying, apprehending, prosecuting and convicting persons responsible for postal-related criminal offenses. Its mission is to provide scientific and technical expertise to the criminal and security investigations of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

    In addition to a state-of-the-art National Forensic Laboratory in Dulles, VA, F&TSD operates four forensic laboratories in New York, Chicago, Memphis and San Francisco. It also maintains five Technical Services field offices with specialists who support field division technicians throughout the country.

    A cadre of Postal Inspectors trained as polygraph examiners are located at strategic sites to assist other Inspectors in their investigations.

    Questioned Documents Unit
    The Questioned Document Unit provides technical assistance to Postal Inspectors investigating suspected violations of postal statutes. Document Analysts process requests from Postal Inspectors to determine the authenticity of questioned or disputed documents. Analysts determine authenticity through the following procedures:

    Comparing "questioned" and "known" handwriting, typewriting, commercial printing and other machine or mechanical impressions.
    Analyzing paper and ink.
    Restoring eradicated and obliterated impressions.
    Visualizing indented handwriting impressions.
    Detecting altered and counterfeit impressions.
    In FY 2000, analysts completed 1,122 requests for document examination.

    Fingerprint Unit
    The Fingerprint Unit provides technical assistance to Postal Inspectors investigating suspected violations of postal statutes by identifying individuals who have handled items of evidence.

    Latent Print Analysts are responsible for the following activities:

    Developing latent (invisible) prints on evidence.
    Comparing a latent print to a known fingerprint, palm print or footprint of suspects.
    Preparing charts demonstrating identifying features of "questioned" and "known" prints.
    Testifying in court to latent print identification.
    The Fingerprint Unit interfaces with numerous automated fingerprint identification systems nationwide to assist in matching latent prints with local offenders. Analysts completed 1,496 requests for fingerprint examination during FY 2000.

    Forensic Photographers at each laboratory provide photographic support for laboratory staff and Postal Inspectors by preserving, enhancing and recording evidence for court presentations and investigative use. The photographers use a wide range of digital and traditional technology to accomplish their work, which includes the following activities:

    Preserving latent fingerprints photographically.
    Preserving evidence requiring special photographic techniques.
    Preparing photographic enlargements for court exhibits.
    Macro and micro photography.
    Crime scene photography.
    Investigative photography.
    Teaching photographic techniques to Postal Inspectors.
    Physical Evidence Unit
    The Physical Evidence Unit provides scientific support to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service nationwide. Analysts in this unit are engaged in a variety of functions, as follows:

    Conducting chemical analyses.
    Performing physical examinations and comparisons.
    Providing expert testimony in court.
    Processing crime scenes.
    Training Postal Inspectors.
    Interacting with other forensic science professionals.
    Analysts in the Physical Evidence Unit conduct chemical analyses, examinations and comparisons of the following materials:

    Bomb debris and intact explosives.
    Firearms, tool marks, shoe and tire impressions.
    Trace evidence such as adhesives, fibers, hair, paint, paper, plastic, rubber, insulation from safes and tape.
    An accelerant from suspected arson fires.
    Serial number restorations.
    Tampered U.S. Postal Service equipment and mail.
    Chemistry Unit
    The Chemistry Unit supports Postal Inspectors across the country by analyzing materials suspected of being controlled substances. Some of the more common controlled substances found in the mail include the following items:

    The Chemistry Unit processed 1,819 samples of controlled substances for examination during FY 2000.

    Forensic Chemists conduct a variety of chemical analyses and testify to their findings in court, including the following:

    High-performance liquid chromatography (normal and reverse phase).
    Mass spectrophotometry (chemical impact and electron ionization).
    Gas chromatography.
    Fourier transform infrared spectrophotometry.
    Chemical research related to the field of Forensic Chemistry also is conducted here.

    Digital Evidence Unit
    The mission of the Digital Evidence Unit is to preserve, access, retrieve and recover evidence stored on computers and similar media. Members of the unit perform the following services:

    Analyzing hardware and software of seized systems.
    Coordinating on-scene responses for searches and seizures.
    Providing expert testimony on analyses, findings and methods.
    Enhancing audio and video surveillance media.
    Five Digital Evidence and field Program Managers are assigned to provide an emphasis on field investigative support. Specialists in the unit satisfied 440 requests for computer forensic examinations in FY 2000.
    Polygraph Unit
    A polygraph is a diagnostic instrument capable of producing a continuous record of physiological changes occurring in the human body. It is based on the principle that fear of detection and exposure by a person seeking to be deceptive will produce uncontrollable physiological responses, which can be recorded by the polygraph and interpreted by a trained Polygraph Examiner.

    The polygraph is considered to be an excellent investigative aid in criminal investigations. All applicants for the position of Postal Inspector are tested as part of their application processing. During FY 2000, Polygraph Examiners completed 996 polygraph examinations. Of the tests indicating deception, 53 percent were resolved by admissions of guilt.

    Technical Services Unit
    The Technical Services Unit assists and supports investigative personnel in the use of radios, intrusion detection devices, audio and video equipment and electronic surveillance equipment. The national two-way radio communications system and the repair program for portable, mobile and fixed equipment is also administered by staff in this unit.

    Special applications for surveillance equipment are designed, constructed and distributed for field use. Audio and video specialists use sophisticated instruments in the laboratory to enhance the quality of evidentiary records obtained by Postal Inspectors during criminal investigations.

    Analysts in this section provide the following support:

    Assisting in installing specialized surveillance equipment and court-ordered wiretaps.
    Providing expertise on surveillance or covert detection equipment.
    Researching and developing new applications of electronic equipment for field use.
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    although juice wasn't in the 'more commonly found items' , still gotta watch out. a bust is a bust .


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    i think these guys are focusing their attention on terrorists activities at this point in time...good post PA

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    kind of off topic, but I just thought I'd mention, my mailman is freak'n jacked. Extremely huge calves for such a tall person. 6 ft tall and probably 300lbs. Although he does have a walking route and carries a heavy ass bag full of mail everyday.

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    The Chemistry Unit processed 1,819 samples of controlled substances for examination during FY 2000.

    Damn, that's not much.
    I would think legally for a seizure to occur or even chages to be brought up any questionable item would have to be analyzed.

  6. #6
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    May 2002
    Were it is always to ****
    Shit they do not list, AS on here but that really does not matter, as what this is showing is an increase in USPS mail!

    If they are looking for drugs chances are they will stumble upon our shit at some point....

    I just never realized they had so many departments looking at the mail!

    Just wanted everyone to always be on the look out for info on anything that can hurt us...

    It's the team appraoch. US against them! L.O.L.

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