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It also says the Secret Service protects all children and grandchildren of former presidents until age So if Amy Carter has a baby her child would get Secret Service protection?

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And more importantly isn't in alignment with what the Secret Service web site says. In addition, they protect the Vice President, President-elect, Vice President-elect, past presidents and their spouses except when the spouse re-marries , certain candidates for the offices of President and Vice President, children and grandchildren of current and former presidents until age 16, all people in the United States presidential line of succession, visiting foreign heads of state and government along with their spouses all called "protectees" , other individuals as designated per Executive Order of the President, and National Special Security Events, when designated as such by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

Hoping To Help talk You are correct, they do not protect everyone in the line of succession. I am curious what happened with Hillary Clinton, who still had USSS protection as a former first lady, but also gets her own very skilled team from the State Dept.

The Secret Service wants software that detects sarcasm. (Yeah, good luck.)

I suspect State handles her now. It seems to me that they would only need protection during certain trips to hostile foreign countries. I was wondering if there was any information that could be put on the article about the USSS agents ranks and hierarchy? Would this info be classified? Thanks -- Mikecraig talk My understanding from the article is that she would keep her secret service protection even if she divorced, can anyone confirm that? Certain Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories involve the unusual claim that the Secret Service was somehow infiltrated by Kennedy's political opponents.

This theory claims that Lyndon Johnson and his gang took control of the Secret Service and ordered it to shoot Kennedy in the back during his famous rally in Dallas. Perhaps it could be mentioned as part of the section on political controversies. If so, what is it? The website was unhelpful TREKphiler any time you're ready, Uhura I edit wiki on the many scandals that take place during the history of Service.

For many years people can see that there are times when agent have drink, prostitute, fight with normal people. This happen since very long time.

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Some wiki people do not like the fact. I do not care. I am just for the fact. The people who do not like the fact change the edit. I say this is not freedom. It does bad information on wiki. Why do you not want there to be right information? Please pardon English not good for me. Assalaam alaykum, my friends. I'm surprised to see no information on the prostitution scandal in Columbia. Much less notable events are mentioned regularly in Wikipedia and events like this one often have their own pages.

Why is it called the secret service? When what it does is not particularly secret? Its roles all seems to be "jigory pokery", meaning they are all over the place and completely unrelated to one another. Protecting the president of the United States is its most well known role but that has got nothing to do with counterfeiting or crimes of commerce. I just don't get it. It's almost like this an agency of the US administration did not enough specifics to do and therefore was given new purposes as they arose.

Hence the name of this unit itself bares little resemblance to either of its main jobs because the protection of the US president is always a high profile affair hardly secret, as a show of strength is its clearest deterrent and capturing counterfeiters is an investigatory process in its very nature. In a bizarre way this article does little to address the very manner of what the US Secret Service is in relation to its name.

Has anyone ever commented on how it's a cool-sounding organization is so unrelated to its very unglamorous jobs? Is that why the name has been kept because the Presidential Protection Squad of the Department of Homeland Security under the auspices of the United States Treasury Department really does not have much of a ring to it!!! Also most USSS agents get their name from their secret service, because they are secretly protecting the president, and they are the service of him. Also Secret Service is the highest law enforcement in the Goverment and Army issue — Preceding unsigned comment added by This article is mostly a brochure for the Secret Service.

A great many of the cites are to the Secret Service itself and more are to other government sources. The article contains no negative events in a year old organization; the fact that the Columbia prostitution scandal was apparently removed seems to indicate how that happened. I agree with you guanxi. The solution is simple, create a new article called United States Secret Service controversies and expand there.

If any one controversy is too long, split off to its own article. The thing not to do is cruft up this article with negative stuff as it comes across as politics and endless debates about weighting and notability. See Coca-Cola for example how to do it right.

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Green Cardamom talk Obviously a whole lot of editors feel this belongs on Wikipedia and it's leaking across in different articles. Why is "Summit of the Americas prostitution scandal" a subsection of "Expansion to electronic crimes in the wake of September 11, "? The two seem unrelated to me.

I would just fix it but I see this has been a touchy subject. Recently an IP editor removed the graphics about the rank structure of the uniformed division. It was reverted, but I think that the removal merits discussion. This article already uses a number of graphics in it, but I'm not convinced those drawn represenations are actually contributing much to the article.

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Does the US provide free protection every time a royal family or a member of a family enters the US? If so, why is it the obligation to protect royals if the US schools teach that our system is one that rejects royalty?

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We already provide for this service for presidents and prime ministers. Do we also provide it to dictators?

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Or only friendly dictators? What kinds of leaders and special figures are US taxpayers paying protection for? This article has a lot of pictures. At what point do we stop adding them? I honestly feel like we're past that point. I have just modified 6 external links on United States Secret Service. When you have finished reviewing my changes, you may follow the instructions on the template below to fix any issues with the URLs. I landed on this page because I'm on the Wikipedia Typo Team and the word 'technical' was misspelled as 'technicial'.

When making that correction, I also deleted the jargon abbreviations nearby. I now see that there are other jargon abbreviations that I should have also deleted. All Wikipedia editors should keep in mind that Wikipedia is not for just the specialists or those already familiar with the subject material of an article in this case, for example, perhaps other law enforcement organizations , but is meant for millions of readers of English, from age 10 to 90 and from the U.

Unless these terms are part of everyday English or are needed or add to the understanding of the subject of the article, abbreviations and acronyms should not appear in Wikipedia articles. They are used by insiders familiar with the subject or organization, whether the subject is scientific, medical, political, or pro wrestling, and should be either deleted or replaced by formal terminology or words that belong in an encyclopedia and are familiar to the general readership. The mission of the Secret Service to keep the president of the United States safe and secure is, by its very nature, pivotal to the proper functioning of the country, and any failure to accomplish this mission has the potential to cause an immediate international crisis.

The debacle with the subpar White House fence is a clear example of this chronic risk-aversion problem in action. I recall having a conversation in , just weeks into my new career, with a Secret Service Uniformed Division officer who had transferred to the agent position, and was assigned to my recruit training class, about how easy it was to scale the White House fence and the many security problems it presented.

Yet nothing was done to improve its security until the public pressure from the embarrassing fence-jumper incident forced management to add strategically placed spikes to the fence. The new, layered DHS bureaucracy forced the Secret Service into unfamiliar bureaucratic territory, making it a small fish in an enormous pond, in sharp contrast to its historical role as a big fish in the small Treasury pond. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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