Instructor briefs agent about encashing checks and role of local police during the President's tour in Washington D.C.
Washington DC USA Date:1952 Duration:4 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of the United States secret service agents in Washington D.C., United States. Instructor and secret service agent at the dispersing office. United States issues checks every working day to soldiers,retired persons,farmer and American civilians. Checks printed by machine. Woman presents a check for encashing her check. Social security card is not meant as a personal identification for cashing checks. A fraud customer approaches a grocer and presents his check for his purchase. The grocer doubts him and asks him questions. He is unable to answer him. Grocer calls up policemen. Policemen inquire fraud and ask questions. His answers are recorded on a lie detection machine. Chief tells him about the forgery business. They open drawer and look at cases the secret service agency has. Chief tells that a primary job of the secret service is the protection of the President. They arrive at the White House to get the details. Uniformed White House police stand at entrance. Their job is protection of the executive mansion and ground. Portraits of the various Presidents of the United States. Local police help the secret service agents. Police make a security plan about the President tour. They keep a record about the routes of travel and timings. Buildings are inspected and preparation of food is supervised before the Presidents visit.
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