Justice, Integrity & Service
The U.S. Marshals Service is the nation's oldest and most versatile federal law enforcement agency.
The mission of the U.S. Marshals Service is to enforce federal laws and provide support to virtually all elements of federal justice system through multiple disciplines.
U.S. Marshals and FBI Urge Public to Report Phone Scams
The U.S. Marshals and the FBI are alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials.
'Be the Difference' Recruitment Video
The Office of Public Affairs (OPA) is pleased to announce the release of the most recent "Be the Difference" video titled "We Want the Best People for the Job."
Reward Offered for Suspect Wanted for Shooting Cleveland Police DetectiveDescription
Cleveland, OH – The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force (NOVFTF) and Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County are offering a reward for information that directly leads to the arrest of Jayrion Church, 17. Church is wanted for the March 14th shooting of a Cleveland Police Detective who was shot in the arm and leg.
U.S. Marshals Capture Three Teens Held on Violent Offenses who Escaped West Tennessee Youth Detention CenterDescription
Memphis, TN – The U.S. Marshals in the Western District of Tennessee announce the capture of three male juveniles, all 17-years-old, who escaped the Wilder Juvenile Detention Center in Fayette County, Tennessee. The three captured teens were being held on charges ranging from Aggravated Robbery and Aggravated Assault to Felony Reckless Endangerment.
U.S. Marshals Recover Missing Juvenile in Portland, MaineDescription
Portland, ME – The U.S. Marshals Service, Maine Violent Offender Task Force, announces the recovery of a West Virginia juvenile in Portland Maine. The juvenile was reported as a runaway from a foster care home in Hillsboro, West Virginia, in September of 2022.
BECOME A DEPUTY U.S. MARSHAL
Do you have what it takes to wear the badge? Are you ready to serve? We are taking applications for several positions. If you have what it takes, there is a place here for you.
The U.S. Marshals Service manages a wide array of assets, including real estate, commercial businesses, cash, financial instruments, vehicles, jewelry, art, antiques, collectibles, vessels and aircraft through dismantling illegal enterprises and depriving criminals of their ill-gotten gains.
The U.S. Marshals Service plays a critical role in identifying and evaluating assets that represent the proceeds of crime as well as efficiently managing and selling assets seized and forfeited by the Department of Justice.
The Marshals manage the distribution of proceeds and payments to victims of crime and other innocent third parties, all of which helps to mitigate the financial damage inflicted by criminal activity.
As the nation's oldest federal law enforcement agency, the U.S. Marshals Service has solidified its role in the apprehension of dangerous fugitives, investigation of non-compliant sex offenders, recovery of missing children, and preservation of the criminal justice system’s integrity through its interagency fugitive task forces, international operations, information sharing programs, and close cooperation with other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
Fugitive apprehension is a principal U.S. Marshals Service mission and has the greatest opportunity to improve public safety by reducing the number of violent offenders in America's communities.
The U.S. Marshals Service's judicial security personnel are responsible for providing a safe and secure business environment in support of the rule of law. To accomplish this, the agency must be continuously engaged in risk, threat, and vulnerability assessments.
These efforts result in tailored, intelligence-driven protection that identifies and mitigates threats and vulnerabilities before enemies to the judicial process can exploit them.
The judicial security team utilizes best practices, innovation, intelligence, and increased collaboration within and outside of the U.S. Marshals Service to improve how it keeps people and places safe every day.
Most Wanted Fugitives
Derrell BrownWanted In Grand Rapids, MI
Male, 5'08", 180 lbs
Michael A. Baltimore, Jr.Wanted In Carlisle, PA
Male, 6'00", 215 lbs
Lester EubanksWanted In Ohio
Male, 5'11", 175 lbs
Did You Know?
There are 3,561 Deputy U.S. Marshals and Criminal Investigators.
19,100 participants under witness security since 1971.
75,846 fugitives arrested by U.S. Marshals Service in 2022.
14,145 assets received in fiscal year 2022.
1,737 administrative employees and Detention Enforcement Officers.