The Drug Enforcement Administrationís Handling of Cash Seizures

Audit Report 07-06
January 2007
Office of the Inspector General


Appendix III
Presence of a Witnessing Agent
or Officer when Cash was Discovered53

Washington Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Washington Division Office-22/11/67; Baltimore District Office-30/0/70; Richmond District Office-43/14/43; Norfolk Resident Office-63/0/37.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


Detroit Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Detroit Division Office-85/4/11; Columbus District Office-73/5/22; Cleveland Resident Office-25/25/50; Dayton Resident Office-33/0/67.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


Houston Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Houston Division Office-56/22/22; McAllen District Office-100/0/0; Brownsville Resident Office-75/25/0; Austin Resident Office-100/0/0.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


Los Angeles Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Los Angeles Division Office-73/6/21; Riverside District Office-45/25/30; Ventura Resident Office-60/20/20.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


Miami Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Miami Division Office-96/4/0; Ft. Lauderdale District Office-67/33/0; Orlando District Office-55/30/15; Tampa District Office-80/10/10; West Palm Beach Resident Office-100/0/0.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


New Orleans Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: Birmingham District Office-47/0/53; Montgomery District Office-46/27/27; Oxford Resident Office-89/11/0.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records


New York Division Pecentages-Yes/Could not determine/No: New York Division Office-85/12/3; Long Island District Office-88/6/6; New York Task Force Office-78/19/3; John F. Kennedy Airport Office-100/0/0; Syracuse Resident Office-91/9/0.
Source: OIG analysis of DEA records



Footnotes
  1. “Yes” means documentation showed that a witnessing agent or officer was involved. “No” means documentation showed that only one witnessing agent or officer was involved. “Could not determine” means the documentation did not provide sufficient information to confirm whether a witnessing agent or officer was involved.



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