Location: Dirksen Senate Office Building SD-342
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Senator Mark L. Pryor D (AR)Download Statement (88k)
The purpose of this hearing was to review the efforts by drug trade organizations (DTOs) to infiltrate and corrupt federal, state, and local law enforcement in order to improve their ability to counter U.S. border control measures. The hearing established the scope and nature of resulting corruption in federal, state and local governments, where the problem is most prevalent, and the strategy and methods being employed by DTOs. The hearing also provided an opportunity for witnesses to outline efforts to combat this problem, including new or proposed programs and policies relating to the prevention of DTO-related corruption in our nation’s law enforcement and political entities.
Kevin L. PerkinsDownload Testimony (62k)Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative DivisionFederal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department of Justice
Thomas FrostDownload Testimony (57k)Assistant Inspector General for InvestigationsOffice of Inspector General, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
James F. TomsheckDownload Testimony (48k)Assistant Commissioner, Office of Internal AffairsCustoms and Border Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security