Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Inspectors Deliver for PCC Members

Pictured from left: Miami, FL, Postmaster Enrique Suarez, Postal Inspector Ivan Ramirez, Fort  Lauderdale Officer In Charge (OIC) David Guiney, Postal Inspector Bladismir Rojo, and Opa-Locka, FL, Postmaster Manuel Ferrer pose for the camera following a Postal Customer Council (PCC) meeting.

As the federal law enforcement, crime prevention, and security arm of the U.S. Postal Service, the goal of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is to ensure confidence in the U.S. Mail.  Postal Inspectors work to assure that American businesses can safely dispatch funds, securities, and information through the U.S. Mail; that postal customers can entrust their correspondence to the mail; and that postal employees can work in a safe environment.

The Broward County Postal Customer Council (BCPCC) and Miami-Dade County Postal Customer Council (MDCPCC) joined together and invited Postal Inspectors Ivan Ramirez and Bladismir Rojo to present an educational seminar, “Who Protects Your Mail.”  

As one of our country’s oldest federal law enforcement agencies, founded by Benjamin Franklin, the first Postmaster General, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service has a proud and successful history of fighting criminals who attack the nation’s postal system and misuse it to defraud, endanger, or otherwise threaten the American public. Postal Inspectors Ramirez and Rojo showed a video that educated business owners how to protect themselves from and how to react to mail threats. They engaged the membership in their presentation and answered their questions and concerns relative to protecting the mail and identifying fraud.

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