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Corporate Enforcement, Compliance, and Policy Unit

An Overview

The Corporate Enforcement, Compliance, & Policy (CECP) Unit has responsibility for all aspects of the Fraud Section’s corporate criminal enforcement practice, including working with and advising prosecution teams on the structural, monetary, and compliance components of corporate resolutions; evaluating corporate compliance programs and determining whether an independent compliance monitor should be imposed as part of a corporate resolution; and overseeing post-resolution matters, including the selection and oversight of monitors and compliance and reporting obligations. The CECP Unit also: (1) provides advice and assists in drafting and revising the Fraud Section’s, Criminal Division’s, and Department’s corporate criminal enforcement policies; (2) oversees data analytics initiatives for the Fraud Section; (3) responds to and proactively develops legislative and regulatory proposals; (4) participates in global anticorruption bodies; (5) provides crime victim assistance to the litigating units; and (6) handles FOIA matters for the Section.


Contact us Regarding Corporate Enforcement, Compliance & Policy Unit

By Mail
Fraud Section, Criminal Division
U.S. Department of Justice
ATTN: Chief, Corporate Enforcement, Compliance & Policy Unit
950 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20530

Updated August 11, 2023