Like just about everything else, elevators age and break down. Just ask the U.S. Postal Service, which operates about 1,200 elevators — used to move mail as well as people — at more than 500 facilities nationwide. A little more than five years ago, the Postal Service established the Elevator...Read More
General crimes include Postal Service employees’ misuse of Postal Service computers, destruction or theft of Postal Service property, falsification of official documents and forgery, theft of funds, abuse of authority, sabotage of operations, narcotics use or sale of drugs while on duty, and alcohol abuse.
During fiscal year 2020, OIG special agents completed 366 general crimes investigations, resulting in 25 arrests, 24 indictments/informations, 18 convictions, 305 administrative actions, and more than $33,000 in recovered funds for the Postal Service.