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Brief: Hotline Established to Report Public Corruption

July 22, 2006 – U.S. Attorney Anthony J. Jenkins – along with special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Louis Fraticelli – announced a new public corruption hotline on which citizens may call to report allegations of corruption.
The hotline, at 774-9296, is for people to report any allegation of public corruption in the territory. Callers should provide a statement of the allegations and should provide their contact information to assist in furthering an investigation into the allegations reported.
The hotline will be housed at the U.S. Attorney's Office on St. Thomas, and all information reported will be provided to the FBI, which will coordinate with other federal law enforcement agencies and with the Inspector General in the territory, Steven Van Beverhoudt.

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