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U.S. Immigration

posted on July 26, 2007
 

Miami ICE Investigations Office gets new Chief


MIAMI, July, 26, 2007 -- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Assistant Secretary Julie L. Myers has named Anthony V. Mangione as the ICE special agent in charge for Miami.

Mangione, who previously served as the assistant special agent in charge in Ft. Lauderdale, will oversee all ICE operations within the Office of Investigations in nine South Florida counties.

Mangione will lead ICE investigative and operational law enforcement activities pertaining to drug smuggling, money laundering and financial crimes, commercial fraud, national security, and cyber crimes. Offices under his responsibility are the Resident Agent in Charge (RAC) offices in Fort Pierce, Key Largo, Key West, West Palm Beach and the Assistant SAC office in Ft. Lauderdale.

Mangione will also coordinate and oversee ICE participation in investigations with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

Mangione is a 21-year law enforcement veteran who has worked around the country in various law enforcement positions within ICE and the now defunct Customs Service.
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The Miami office is the third-largest ICE office of investigations in the nation.




Among his most notable achievements, was his role as program manager during Operation Casablanca, one of the largest, most comprehensive drug money-laundering cases in the history of U.S. law enforcement.

The investigation, which spanned six countries, led to the arrests of more than 150 individuals and the seizure of more than $53 million in illegal proceeds and more than two tons of cocaine and four tons of marijuana.

"I'm honored to have been selected for this position," said Mangione. "I will work tirelessly to protect the law-abiding citizens of our great community and I look forward to working with my law enforcement counterparts to root out those who are breaking the law."

A native of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Mangione is a 1982 graduate of the University of Maine. He holds two bachelor's degrees in journalism and in political science. He received his master's degree in public administration in 1984 from the University of Maine.

With a workforce of 20,000, ICE supports the Department of Homeland Security mission through criminal investigations, detention and removal of non-citizens lawfully ordered from the United States, intelligence, protection of federal assets, and air and marine operations so as to deny opportunity to terrorist and criminals. (ICE)



 
 
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