Congress chides FBI on sloppiness

WASHINGTON, March 21 (UPI) -- The FBI has come under bipartisan congressional criticism for its failing grade on information-gathering issued recently by an auditor.

FBI losing fewer weapons and laptops

WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 (UPI) -- A U.S. federal audit shows the FBI is losing fewer weapons and laptop computers but at least 10 of the computers missing contained classified information.

Report: FBI failed to act in Foley case

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UPI) -- A U.S. Justice Department report in Washington says the FBI failed to act when given evidence of misconduct by U.S. Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla.

U.S. Justice to review wiretaps program

WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 (UPI) -- The U.S. Justice Department's use of warrantless wiretaps will be reviewed by its inspector general, but its legality will not be a part of the report.

Prisoner transport security not ensured

WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UPI) -- A U.S. Justice Department report has said the U.S. Marshals prisoner transport system is not able to guarantee safety procedures are followed properly. The report, by the Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General, said the Justice Prisoner and

U.S. terror suspects' mail goes unchecked

WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 (UPI) -- Incoming and outgoing mail from terror suspects in U.S. jails are not scanned by prison officials because of a lack of translators, an auditor said.

Audit criticizes U.S. terror watch list

WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPI) -- The U.S. terror suspect watch list has come under criticism by a federal auditor for including low-threat level individuals.

Report: CIA official blocked Sept. 11 memo

WASHINGTON, June 10 (UPI) -- The U.S. Justice Department says a CIA official blocked a memo warning the FBI two Sept. 11 hijackers had entered the country before the attacks.

ATF backlog in explosive background checks

WASHINGTON, April 5 (UPI) -- A backlog of background checks have allowed hundreds of people with criminal records to legally handle explosive materials, the Justice Department said.

Detainees allege abuse at Brooklyn lockup

NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UPI) -- Terrorism suspects picked up after Sept. 11, 2001, were stripped naked and physically abused at a Brooklyn detention center, the Justice Department says.

Anti-terror diverts FBI from other crimes

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 (UPI) -- The FBI is doing fewer investigations into traditional domestic crimes because of the shift of focus to counterterrorism, a Justice Department study has found. For example, the analysis by the department's inspector general found cases related to violent

9/11 terror tapes remain untranslated

WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- More than 120,000 hours of terror-related audio tapes are still waiting to be translated by FBI linguists, three years after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Conflicting info on FBI systems upgrade

WASHINGTON, March 24 (UPI) -- Bush administration officials gave conflicting accounts to Senate panel Tuesday about the progress of much needed upgrades to the FBI's computer systems.

U.S. Marshals Service 'wasting millions'

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UPI) -- A report published in Washington Monday says the U.S. Marshals Service mismanages prisoner medical care by spending millions a year more than necessary.

'Significant problems' with DOJ detainees

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI) -- An internal Justice Department investigation found "significant problems" with how alien detainees were treated in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
MICHAEL KIRKLAND, UPI Legal Affairs Correspondent
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Glenn Fine
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Inspector General Glenn Fine testifies on the FBI's use of national security letters, in Washington on March 21, 2007. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)

Glenn Alan Fine (circa 1956— ) is the Inspector General of the United States Department of Justice, having been confirmed by the United States Senate on December 15, 2000. Prior to his appointment as Inspector General, Fine served as Special Counsel to the Inspector General from January 1995 until 1996, when he was made Director of the OIG's Special Investigations and Review Unit.

Immediately prior to joining the OIG office at the Department of Justice, Fine had been in a private law practice in Washington, D.C., where he specialized in labor and employment law. Before entering private practice, Fine served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Washington, D.C. United States Attorney's Office from 1986 to 1989. In those three years, he prosecuted more than 35 criminal jury trials and handled numerous grand jury investigations.

Fine's father was an antitrust lawyer at the Justice Department for 28 years.

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