An intel-driven independent intelligence agency committed to assisting national security and law enforcement initiatives.
"Great technology coupled with outstanding dedication, drive and commitment to excellence are just a few of the elements that make up the USGIA!"
- Anthony Martinez, Director, OPCOM

Our Vision

The United States Gang Intelligence Agency also commonly referred to as the USGIA, was established in 2011 to address the need for gang and organize crime related domestic intelligence services. The USGIA is an independent domestic intelligence agency dedicated to assisting local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, together with its prosecutors, to identify, analyze, confirm and respond to domestic gang related incidents, organized crime, terrorism and Mass Victim Related Acts (“MVRA’s”). Immediate access…Immediate RESPONSE! Domestic intelligence is critical to our national security. The ability to access critical information, paint the appropriate picture and initiate a rapid response to save lives is invaluable. The USGIA is comprised of state of the art technology and dedicated people. We are talented and highly effective at exercising diligence, acquiring relevant data, creating accurate profiles of targets and initiating asset control intelligence (“ACI”). In our pursuit to safe guard America and American’s from intelligent crimes designed by three or more persons to effectuate MVRA’s on U.S. soil, we implement best of breed recruitment efforts, high value asset intelligence recruitment and maintain high level security initiatives to protect sensitive information. Do you think you have what it takes? Interested in joining the USGIA? We’d like to hear from you. Send your resume to applications@usgia.org today.

The USGIA is lead by Operations Director Anthony Martinez whose responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring the collection of intelligence through human sources and by other appropriate means to be properly distributed to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, local prosecutors and U.S. Attorney Offices nationwide.
  • Correlating and evaluating intelligence related to national security and providing appropriate dissemination of such intelligence.
  • Providing overall direction for and coordination of the collection of gang related intelligence throughout the United States and abroad through human sources, research and analysis and, in coordination with other local, state and federal departments, agencies, or other elements of the United States Government, ensuring the most effective use of resources and acquired intelligence.
  • Performing such other functions and duties relevant to domestic gang intelligence initiatives relating to mass victim related acts.

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