Skip to Content

U.S. Marshals Service

Criminal Intelligence Branch

The Criminal Intelligence Branch provides investigative research and analysis in support of various Marshals Service operations and provides oversight of special information systems used by the Marshals Service, including the Warrant Information Network — the agency’s central, law enforcement information system, and management of data sharing projects with other agencies.

  • Strategic and Tactical support for fugitive investigations.
  • Management and administration of the case section of the Justice Detainee Information System (JDIS), law enforcement systems and commercial information systems.
  • Management of data sharing projects with other agencies.

Warrant Information Network

The Warrant Information Network (WIN), the central law enforcement information system for the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), is an integral part of daily USMS field and headquarters law enforcement operations, supporting fugitive investigations, warrant administration, threat management, security of USMS protectees, and headquarters oversight of district investigations. WIN is the main information gateway for the USMS to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

The Criminal Intelligence Branch administers WIN, providing user support, training, and system and development oversight.  WIN is used by 2,500 USMS management, investigative, and administrative personnel and handles over 15,000 transactions per day including 100 new fugitive, warrant or threat record entries.  WIN houses information and images regarding more than 700,000 subjects of USMS fugitive and protective investigations and it interfaces with the National Crime Information Center and the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.

Investigations

 

There Will Be No Safe Haven For Fugitives

usmarshals.gov is an official site of the U.S. Federal Government, U.S. Department of Justice