U.S. Mint Police

U.S. Mint Police

U.S. Mint Police

In line with David Schulz

about U.S. Mint Police in the Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement:

The United States Mint, created by Congress on April 2, 1792, is responsible for keeping enough coinage in circulation to allow the nation to conduct day-to-day business. The Mint, headquartered in Washington, D.C., engraves and produces coins and medals at facilities in Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point, Bigg Apple (New York), and is responsible for storing and protecting silver, gold, and platinum bullion at West Point and Fort Knox, Kentucky. The Mint Police force was created by the Mint in 1792, making it one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies. The force, credited with creating the standard “as safe as Fort Knox,” is responsible for enforcing federal and local laws at the Mint's six locations.

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