Careers in the Secret Service

Stefan, “U.S. Secret Service's Other Job: Fighting Fake Money,” National Geographic, October 22, 2004, _041022_tv_secret_service.html Meserve, Jeanne and Ahlers, Mike M., ...

Author: Adam Woog

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1627124349

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 114

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While the Secret Service is thought of synonymously with the President of the U.S., only one agent has ever died in the line of duty protecting a President. Private Leslie Coffelt was killed during his duty of protection of President Harry Truman. Readers will learn that there is a rich, varied history of the Secret Service, and that there are several different positions within the service. They will learn about the education, training, and equipment that candidates would need for different roles. Fascinating personal stories are shared as well, giving readers an up-close look at life in the service.

Okewood of the Secret Service

But your German Secret Service had been warned about me. The Imperial Authorities were obvi‐ously afraid that I might tell tales out of school. Scarcely had I arrived in London when a man who called himself Bryan Mowbury, but who looked ...

Author: Valentine Williams

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1479450634

Category: Fiction

Page: 312

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George Valentine Williams (1883-1946) was an English journalist, actor, lecturer and screenwriter. He created "The Fox" (Baron Alexis de Bahl), "Clubfoot" (Dr Adolph Grunt), Mr Treadgold the tailor and Detective Sergeant Trevor Dene. He also wrote one book under the name Valentine Douglas. This is the first volume in the Adolph Grunt series.

Cam Jansen Cam Jansen and the Secret Service Mystery 26

Next, the two female Secret Service agents came in with Governor Zellner. Then Dr. Prell, the Pearls, Mrs. Adams, Officers Taylor and Gold, and some newspeople walked in. “Look at Mrs. Pearl,” Cam whispered to Eric.

Author: David A. Adler

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101662123

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

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No mystery is too great for super-sleuth Cam Jansen and her amazing photographic memory! Mysteries follow super-sleuth Cam Jansen everywhere she goes...even to the school library. It is a big day at Cam's school. The governor, who is running for president, is visiting for the dedication of a new library. Police officers, Secret Service agents, photographers, and news reporters are all there to hear the governor speak when . . . bang! A loud sound like a gunshot startles everyone during the ceremony. Was it really a gun, or a noisy cover for a crime? Click along with Cam as she teams up with the Secret Service to solve the mystery. The Cam Jansen books are perfect for young readers who are making the transition to chapter books, and Cam is a spunky young heroine whom readers have loved for over two decades.

U S Secret Service Procedures and Regulations

One effect of section 2 is to take from the Secret Service a measure of its management discretion as to whether protection at a given location will be provided by use of permanently installed facilities or , as an alternative ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Claims and Governmental Relations




Page: 88

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The United States Secret Service

PRESIDENTIAL TRAVEL All these units of the Secret Service work in harmony to protect the President and members of his family . When the President travels , an agent of the White House Detail goes from Washington to the cities to be ...

Author: United States. Secret Service




Page: 30

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The Story of Secret Service

Stieber had put his own brand upon the German , Russian , and other departments of political police . ... And the secretservice foundations of France as a free Republic after the German triumph and the Hohenzollern Peace of Frankfort ...

Author: Richard Wilmer Rowan

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, Incorporated


Category: Secret service

Page: 778

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British Secret Service During the Great War

... 1918 1919 £50,000 1920 50,000 50,000 110,000 400,000 620,000 750,000 1,150,000 £48,996 200,000 48,109 46,840 107,596 398,698 593,917 740,984 (not known) How much of the money was actually available for direct Secret Service work, ...

Author: Nicholas Everitt

Publisher: DigiCat


Category: Fiction

Page: 186

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This book is about the First World War and gives a contemporary view of events and actions by the secret service. The author reminds his readers that he is unable to recount all of the escapades of the service as he has a duty to protect them and their secrets, but it is probably fair to believe that he has many secrets to tell.

Protective Services Provided by U S Secret Service

We also wrote into permanent law the right of the Secret Service to call upon the personnel and facilities of all Government agencies to assist ' in the protection of our Presidents and Presidential candidates .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations



Category: Government publications

Page: 40

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The Young Wireless Operator With the U S Secret Service

The moment Willie was free that afternoon, he hurried to the Secret Service office and there he found Sheridan. He told him of the difficulty he was in. “Do you think I would steal those papers?” he asked, after telling the Secret ...

Author: Lewis E. Theiss

Publisher: DigiCat


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 258

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It may interest readers of The Young Wireless Operator series to know that most of the happenings in these books are based upon actual occurrences. Years ago, as a reporter, the author wrote for the New York Sun the stories of the auction of bled wool, the cotton-lined cabin, the mystery of the wheat sacks, and other accounts of the work of the United States Secret Service, that appear in this present volume. Although some of the characters in the book are of course fictitious, others, like Sheridan of the Secret Service, are real characters who actually did the things they are portrayed as doing. Of course, names have been changed. The practice of keeping notebooks and clippings that had to do with work the writer was engaged in, has made all this material available for present use and brought it once more freshly to mind. The descriptions of parts of New York and her wonderful waterways are written from intimate, personal knowledge of the places described. In effect, therefore, The Young Wireless Operator—With the U. S. Secret Service is a true story.