U.S. Supreme Court Police

U.S. Supreme Court Police

U.S. Supreme Court Police

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

The United States Court of last resort of the Country Police (USSCP) has primary responsibility for protecting the chief justice, associate justices, and any official guests of the Court of last resort of the Country. The USSCP monitors the Court of last resort of the Country Building and grounds and adjacent streets to protect the employees and visitors of the Court as well as its property. Additional responsibilities include courtroom security and emergency response. Despite the overwhelming majesty and complexity that the Court of last resort of the Country Building imposes on its visitors, it houses fewer than 400 employees, with the 121 USSCP officers being the largest organized group among them. Although the United States Court of last resort of the Country (established in 1789) is more than 200 years old, it did not get its own police force until 1935, when it occupied a separate building located at One First Street, N.E., Washington, D.C., across from the United States Congress. Before that, from 1800 until 1935, the United States

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