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POSTAL INSPECTORS: THE SILENT SERVICE
An Exhibit at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum
 
Smithsonian National Postal Museum
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The Silent Service
Postal Crime
Silent but Effective
Surveyor-Inspector
Robbing the Mail
Unexpected Duties
Bombs in the Mail
You Solve the Case
Don't Be a Victim
In Memoriam
Protecting You Now
Resources
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THE SILENT SERVICE  
     

Today about 2,000 postal inspectors are at work across the United States investigating crimes against the mail. Inspectors can make arrests and serve federal search warrants and subpoenas. When necessary, inspectors join members of other law enforcement agencies on special task forces.  
     
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