Find Mobile Alabama US Marshals Service offices. The United States Marshals Service provides information on federal fugitives, most wanted lists, prisoner transport, the witness protection program, federal arrest warrants, and law enforcement.
The Mobile U.S. Marshals Service Office is a field office location of the federal law enforcement agency for the U.S. court system in Mobile, AL. Each of the 94 federal judicial districts has a U.S. Marshal managing and supervising a team of Deputy Marshals and Criminal Investigators. U.S. Marshals are presidential appointees responsible for providing security for judicial officials and witnesses, Mobile federal prisoner operations and transportation, fugitive operations, and other law enforcement functions in support of the court system.You may contact the US Marshals Service for questions about:
The Mobile U.S. Marshals Service keeps records on prisoners in their custody and federal fugitives. As the enforcement arm of the federal court system, Marshals maintain records on current and former federal criminals. These public Mobile criminal records may be available upon request and are useful in conducting Mobile background checks and searches.Witness Protection Program in Mobile, AL
The Court Security Officer Program provides courthouse security and protects Mobile judges, attorneys, jurors, and other court officials at more than 700 judicial facilities across the country. The U.S. Marshals Service also provides input regarding the safety elements of the design and construction of Mobile court buildings. Government witnesses and their dependents can also receive protection when their testimony may put them in danger. The U.S. Marshals Service operates the Witness Protection Program in Mobile, which protects, relocates, and gives new identities to some witnesses and their family members.Mobile Prisoner Transportation
The U.S. Marshals Service is responsible for managing the detention of federal prisoners, largely through contracts with Alabama State and local government jails, while other detainees are held in Federal Bureau of Prison facilities. The Marshals Service operates the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System, which is an air and ground transportation system for moving prisoners between judicial districts, and federal correctional institutions, and foreign countries. The system also serves the Bureau of Customs and Immigration Enforcement.Federal Fugitives & Asset Seizure
The U.S. Marshals Service apprehends fugitives with felony warrants and works with other Mobile law enforcement agencies to assist in apprehending Alabama State and local fugitives as well as international fugitives. Fugitive Operations also involves coordinating extraditions and deportations.Mobile Seized Property Auctions
The Mobile Marshals Service manages and sells assets seized through the federal Asset Forfeiture Program. In this program, properties seized from criminals by Mobile law enforcement agencies and Alabama U.S. Attorneys are sold at auction, with the proceeds going toward law enforcement activities.