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Public Integrity Section (PIN)

About PIN

The Public Integrity Section (PIN) oversees the investigation and prosecution of all federal crimes affecting government integrity, including bribery of public officials, election crimes, and other related offenses.  PIN investigates and prosecutes some of the most sensitive, complex, and contentious public corruption cases handled by the Department, including cases involving elected and appointed officials at all levels of government.  PIN also serves as a source of advice and expertise for federal prosecutors and agents regarding the handling of public corruption cases nationwide, and plays a key role in developing Department policy concerning public corruption and election crime investigations and prosecutions.  PIN handles cases in Districts across the country, either on its own or in partnership with the local U.S. Attorney’s Office.

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Corey Amundson

John Keller
Principal Deputy Chief

Jennifer Clarke
Todd Gee
Robert Heberle

Deputy Chiefs

Robert Heberle
Director, Election Crimes Branch