DHS is made up of 14 different components, each with a special job to do.
United States Customs and Border Protection watches over all of the borders of our great country—land and sea.
CISA works behind the scenes making sure that the systems, networks and critical infrastructure Americans rely on are there when they need them.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s mission is simple - to help people before, during and after disasters.
Did you know that DHS operates the biggest school in the country for policemen, detectives, Secret Service agents, Border Patrol agents, and other law enforcement professionals?
Who protects all 9,000 federal government buildings across the US? The Federal Protective Service (FPS)!
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees work hard to protect our country from terrorists, drug traffickers, criminals, and other people who try to enter our country illegally.
When you fly somewhere for vacation, and your family goes to the airport to get on the plane, who are the people in uniform who inspect your luggage and help you go through the x-ray machine?
The Coast Guard is one of our nation's five military services, and is one of the oldest organizations of the federal government.
When you think of the Secret Service, the agents who protect the President probably come to mind first. But did you know the Secret Service was originally formed (way back in 1865) to stop criminals from counterfeiting money and other goods?
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency responsible for lawful immigration.