Peruse the following descriptions of federal criminal justice-–related agencies, programs, and bureaus and find the matching organization in the list. Hint: Use the web addresses in the list to check the agencies’ websites.

I represent the United States, its departments and agencies, members of Congress, cabinet officers, and other federal employees. My litigation involves the defense of challenges to presidential actions; national security issues; benefit programs; energy policies; commercial issues such as contract disputes, banking insurance, patents, fraud, and debt collection; all manner of accident and liability claims; and criminal violations of the immigration and consumer protection laws. I confront significant policy issues, which often rise to constitutional dimensions, in defending and enforcing various federal programs and actions.

My attorneys serve as the nation’s principal litigators under the direction of the attorney general. There are 93 U.S. Attorneys stationed throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands. The attorneys prosecute criminal cases brought by the federal government, prosecute and defend civil cases in which the United States is a party, and collect debts owed the federal government. 

I am the office of the chief law enforcement officer of the federal government. This law enforcement officer represents the United States in general legal matters and advises the president and heads of executive government departments when requested. He or she also represents the government before the U.S. Supreme Court in cases of exceptional gravity or importance. 

Community Oriented Policing Services

Department of Justice Civil Rights Division

Drug Enforcement Administration

Office for Victims of Crime

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Office on Violence Against Women

U.S. Sentencing Commission