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Still a Dearth of Women Agents in FBI, DEA, ATF, Marshals Service

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

There are still too few female agents among the ranks in the FBI, DEA and ATF and Marshals Service, according to a new audit that also found women are rarely promoted to key jobs at the nation’s premier law enforcement agencies, Devlin Barrett of the Washington Post reports.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz issued the report Tuesday, showing that  in 2016, women comprised just 16 percent of criminal investigators employed at the agencies — even though women account for 57 percent of the rest of the agencies’ workforce.

The numbers vary by agency. At the FBI, about 1 in 5 special agents are women. The ratio is about 1 in 10 for deputy marshals, the Post reports.


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