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BULK CURRENCY INITIATIVE. Texas Department of Public Safety Narcotics Service J. Pat O’Burke, Deputy Commander. 9/7/2006. Smuggling Routes . DPS Stats. Law Enforcement Sensitive For Official Use Only. I-40 Corridor. Lubbock. I-30 Corridor. I-20 Corridor. I-20 Corridor.

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bulk currency initiative

BULK CURRENCY INITIATIVE

Texas Department of Public Safety

Narcotics Service

J. Pat O’Burke, Deputy Commander

9/7/2006

slide2

Smuggling

Routes

DPS Stats

slide4

Law Enforcement Sensitive

For Official Use Only

I-40 Corridor

Lubbock

I-30 Corridor

I-20 Corridor

I-20 Corridor

I-10 Corridor

US-59 Corridor

I-35 Corridor

All 2005 Seizures

-Hotspots regardless of

Commodity or Seizure Size

Hidalgo

Cameron

Willacy Cos.

national code of professional conduct for asset forfeiture
NATIONAL CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT FOR ASSET FORFEITURE
  • Law enforcement is the principal objective of forfeiture. Potential revenue must not be allowed to jeopardize the effective investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses, officer safety, the integrity of ongoing investigations, or the due process rights of citizens.
texas money laundering
TEXAS MONEY LAUNDERING
  • Texas Penal Code 34.02 makes it a felony to conceal, transport or possess the proceeds from any criminal activity, includes any felony.
  • Model state drug law.
  • In 2003 and 2004 there were only seven convictions reported to DPS Crime Records by all Texas law enforcement agencies for this offense.

Source: Texas DPS Crime Records Division, February, 2005

collaborative approach
COLLABORATIVE APPROACH
  • Participating law enforcement agencies should consolidate efforts across Texas.
  • Agencies should collect and analyze intelligence and investigative information in a central location (PSAT).
  • Develop a statewide comprehensive business plan to utilize “best practices” in money laundering investigations.
  • Agencies should leverage investigative resources in collective efforts.
  • Implemented training in January 2005.
outcome measures
OUTCOME MEASURES
  • Increase in information sharing and utilization of complex investigative techniques.
  • Identification and disruption of major drug trafficking organizations.
  • Identification and investigative referral in other organized crime conduct.
  • Increase in sharing of prosecution efforts in federal and multi-state enforcement investigations for money laundering, conspiracy and other organized crime charges.
arrests convictions by all texas lea s on state charges source dps crime records april 2007
Arrests/Convictions by all Texas LEA’s on state charges.Source: DPS Crime Records April, 2007
national code of professional conduct for asset forfeiture17
NATIONAL CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT FOR ASSET FORFEITURE
  • Law enforcement is the principal objective of forfeiture. Potential revenue must not be allowed to jeopardize the effective investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses, officer safety, the integrity of ongoing investigations, or the due process rights of citizens.
j patrick o burke deputy commander 512 424 2150 pat oburke@txdps state tx us

J. Patrick O’BurkeDeputy Commander512-424-2150pat.oburke@txdps.state.tx.us

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Narcotics Service

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