Users querying the Investigative Indices Search for information on individual persons or entities represent and affirm that the user’s query is related to an active investigation based upon a reasonable belief that a violation of federal or state law has occurred. Your registration will be revoked, your agency contacted and criminal, civil and administrative penalties will be sought if you:
Run queries on individuals or entities without an open case on that subject;
Violate the Investigative Indices Search Conditions of Use & Terms of Service;
Share your Investigative Indices Search account or share information derived from the search without OIG authorization; or
Willfully violate the Privacy Act.
This service is open to current law enforcement agents exclusively. Any attempt to access the Investigative Indices Search by former or non-law enforcement personnel will be considered unauthorized access of a protected computer in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1030 in addition to other potential criminal, civil and administrative statutes.
The OIG is conducting an audit to assess whether the Postal Service is effectively managing the Limited Duty and Rehabilitation Programs to facilitate returning injured employees that are deemed fit to work timely. The Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) is a workers’ compensation law...