You are cordially invited to a special presentation on the topic of 

U.S. Postal Inspection Service:
Managing Global Threats to U.S. National Security & International Commerce

with
Gregory S. Crabb  
Revenue, Product & Global Security Group, Postal Inspection Service

Tuesday, October 14
4:00-6:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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Register

Please contact sdwyer@iwp.edu with any questions.

This lecture is sponsored by IWP Career Services. 

U.S. Mail comprises nearly 50% of the world’s total mail volume, and a significant amount is sent to or from countries around the globe. The U.S. Postal Inspection Service, one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies, and its Global Security and Investigations Team of U.S. Postal Inspectors, ensures the security of all U.S. Mail, including military and diplomatic mail, which transits to and from foreign postal administrations and U.S. installations overseas. Postal Inspectors protect postal revenues generated by international business development, liaison with foreign stakeholders and international organizations, and ensure that the sanctity of the mail is not hindered as it crosses national borders.

Join us as Postal Inspector in Charge Gregory S. Crabb of the Postal Inspection Service’s Revenue, Product & Global Security Group, discusses various topics, including:

– The Global Security and Investigations Team mission
– International mail security, including United Nations activities
– Post-Yemen parcel bomb security
– National security requirements, particularly export screening
– Prohibited mail, including intellectual property offenses and drugs and guns in inbound international mail
– Cyber security threats

Following the presentation, recruiters from the Postal Inspection Service will discuss how you can apply for a position as a federal U.S. Postal Inspector. Information on Inspector assignments and investigations will be shared as well.