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ANNUAL REPORT

Front cover of U.S. Secret Service FY2014 Annual Report

The United States Secret Service represents the most elite ranks of federal service and one of the world’s most historic law enforcement organizations. Since our inception in 1865, we have seen our mission evolve into one of the most critical in nature: ensuring the safety of the President of the United States and securing the Nation’s financial infrastructure. As we approach our 150th Anniversary, the Secret Service continues to build on this tradition of excellence while preparing for the challenges of the future.

I am extremely proud of the success our workforce displayed in 2014. Today’s rapidly changing security environment presents a variety of distinct challenges. Throughout the past year we remained vigilant and focused on successfully fulfilling our mission. It is this commitment that has set us apart as an agency, and it will continue to be our priority as we move forward.

As we look forward, improving levels of training, staffing and morale will continue to be key points of emphasis. Our mission is too critical and the consequences are too dire not to embrace new and innovative ideas and provide our employees with the tools they need to be successful. Simply put, the American public deserves and demands this from us.

I want to convey my appreciation to each of you, the men and women of the Secret Service, for your continued hard work and dedication. I consider it an honor to serve as your Director and I have every confidence that we will meet the challenges that lie ahead.

On behalf of the 6,500 men and women of the United States Secret Service, it is my pleasure to present the 2014 Annual Report.


- Director Joseph Clancy



U.S. Secret Service FY2014 Annual Report (4.4MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2013 Annual Report (6MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2012 Annual Report (13MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2011 Annual Report (13MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2010 Annual Report (13MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2009 Annual Report (6MB .pdf)

U.S. Secret Service FY2008 Annual Report (5.13MB .pdf)






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