Treasury.gov seized property is the official public website for all federal agencies with legal authority over seized assets, including customs, OFAC, ATF and FBI. The Department of the Treasury’s Asset Forfeiture Program is responsible for managing and disposing of the property seized by IRS Criminal Investigation Division, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers, and U.S. Secret Service Special Agents in connection with criminal investigations. Treasury also works closely with other federal agencies conducting forfeiture operations, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, Drug Enforcement Administration and Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division to manage seized assets valued over $50 million at any given time.”
The Treasury Department has a property management system, known as Asset Forfeiture Tracking and Reporting System (AFTRAK), that helps track the disposition of seized properties. Treasury.gov auction is a Government program that sells the seized property of criminals and terrorists, helping to pay for law enforcement efforts while providing fair market values.
Treasury is committed to working for the integrity and protection of the United States financial system and ensuring that the U.S. remains a global leader in taking effective action against those who use U.S.-based financial structures and institutions to commit crime around the world. We do this through asset forfeiture, sanctions, diplomatic initiatives and outreach programs
What does the Website Provide?
Treasury.gov seized property is a new web site, available to the public, that provides information on Treasury’s efforts, including civil and criminal forfeitures, to disrupt and dismantle significant transnational criminal organizations. This site is intended to enhance transparency about what we’re doing to help combat these threats.
Treasury.gov is the official website of the United States Department of the Treasury. The mission of treasury.gov is to provide the public with information on the financial matters, priorities and policies of Treasury, including financial markets and international relations; foster economic growth through sound fiscal management, monetary policy and effective regulation; responsibly advance America’s national security by protecting our economic and financial system from those who would do it harm.
Treasury has authority to recover property that was acquired by, or used to facilitate the commission of, a federal crime. If a forfeiture action is successful, ownership of the property is transferred to the United States and it becomes part of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund. The property is then used to help fund law enforcement programs such as the Crime Victims Fund. Treasury.gov is the U.S. government’s primary website for financial information and its in-depth source for analysis of short-term economic developments and key economic issues facing the nation. Treasury.gov provides users with timely and comprehensive access to data, analytical reports, bulletins and research from nearly 60 Treasury programs and offices that have a role in shaping our economic future.
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