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Department of Justice
The main role of the Department of Justice is to enforce and regulate the laws of the United States. It is considered the United States federal government executive division of Law Enforcement. The sole person in charge of this department is the Attorney General. Eric Holder was nominated on January 20, 2009 and on the 28th he became the 82nd attorney general. Following the organizational chart of the Department of Justice; agencies under this department report to the office of the Attorney General. Some offices under the Department of Justice jurisdiction are: The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, The National Security Division, The Office of Inspector General, and The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and explosives.
One major role the Department of Justices has with the private security sector is Operation Cooperation. "Operation Cooperation, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice and supported by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), represents a major national initiative to encourage partnerships between law enforcement and private security organizations" (Connor, et al, 2000). The DOJ has been working hard to improve all the needs of Law Enforcement and private security by creating collaborating between both of them. It would be beneficial to both parties if they would emphasize the benefits that all agencies would acquire by collaborating with each other. When individuals from the private security sector and law enforcement find they can do their jobs more efficiently; benefits would begin. These benefits would improve when the trust build within the group, takes on specific objectives, and come out successful as the results of these joint efforts.
Connors, E., Cunningham, W. CPP, Ohlhausen, P., Oliver, L., and Van Meter, C. (2000) Operation Cooperation.
Gunter, W., Kidwell, J. York College of Pennsylvania, Law Enforcement and Private Security Liaison:...