OUR TASK-FORCE

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TASK FORCE CONTACTS

Our Public/Private Task Force Contacts include, but are not limited to, the following recipients of our Network Alerts, Newscasts and Reports:

  • Every regional office of the Federal Bureau of Investigations

  • Every Auditor Generals Office

  • Every Inspector General’s Office

  • The Chief of Staff, policy aides and scheduling aides for every member of Congressional

  • The top 1000 left wing news editors

  • All publishers listed at http://wearethenewmedia.org

  • The top 1000 right wing publishers

  • Every owner of a WordPress site

  • Every owner of a WIX site

  • Every owner of a Weebly site

  • All torrent archives

  • All public file repositories

  • Wikileaks and their attorneys

  • Police Department notification boards and tip-lines

  • Sheriff Department notification boards and tip-lines

  • Thousands of Social media services ranging from Voat to Reddit, To Facebook, to GAB to all others reaching over 7.5 Billion members of the public

  • Over 72 press release distribution services

  • Over 9800 community service public interest organizations

  • Every public-interest, class-action and civil rights lawyer or law-firm in the Martindale directory

  • Newsletters, public boards and public announcement resources reaching 200 million voters or more

  • Office Of The Special Counselwww.osc.gov

  • Director – FBI

  • Duty Officer – San Francisco FBI

  • Attorney General – United States Of America

  • Senate Department of The Environment (Over-Seeing Agency for U.S. Dept. of Energy)

  • Department of the Army Patent Counsel, Regulatory Law and Intellectual Property Division, U.S. Army Legal Services Agency

  • U.S. Army Legal Services Agency, JALS – RL/IP

  • Department of the Navy Patent Counsel

  • Investigator, Office Of Naval Research

  • California Attorney General

  • State Democrat Party Leaders

  • State Republican Party Leaders

  • https://www.law.uconn.edu/student-life-resources/student-organizations/public-interest-law-group

  • State Green Party Leaders

  • State Libertarian Party Leaders

  • All IRS 501 C4 registered political non-profit contacts

  • California Department of Justice

  • California Controller

  • Governor’s office

  • Senate Ethics Committee

  • House Ethics Committee

  • White House Chief Of Staff

  • San Francisco Police Department

  • Securities and Exchange Commission

  • California Public Utilities Commission

  • U.S. Department Of Energy

  • U.S. Government Accountability Office

  • Central Intelligence Agency, Press Office

  • Interpol Anti-Corruption Task Forces

  • United Nations Anti-Corruption Task Forces

  • White House Press Secretary

  • Director, National Highway Safety and Transportation Agency

  • Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

  • CTO, U.S. Department of Energy

  • Attorney, U.S. Department of Energy

  • contact@crimesolutions.gov

  • oig.hotline@usdoj.gov

  • inspector.general@usdoj.gov

  • ACLU

  • antitrust@ftc.gov

  • EERE-ExchangeSupport@Hq.Doe.Gov

  • enquiries@crim.cam.ac.uk

  • fraudhotline@cpuc.ca.gov

  • getinfo@ican-foundation.org

  • info@jijs.org

  • info@publicjustice.org

  • ITVERP@usdoj.gov

  • info@yhtp.org

  • ncvli@lclark.edu

  • Victims' Rights Ombudsman, United States Department of Justice
  • Hoover Institute, Stanford University
  • The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board
  • whistleblower@cftc.gov
  • Over 400 peer-to-peer public forensics collaborative law enforcement and anti-corruption clubs, groups and organizations
  • http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/studentorgs/n-r/pilg
  • https://publicinterestlegal.org/
  • Judicial Watch
  • Cause of Action
  • The Public Interest Network which includes the state Public Interest Research Groups, U.S. PIRG, state environmental groups in 29 states, Environment America, Environmental Action, Center for Public Interest Research, Toxics Action Center, Pesticide Watch, Green Century Capital Management, Green Corps, National Environmental Law Center, Frontier Group, Community Voters Project,  Snowriders International, Accelerate Change, Voices for Progress and Impact
  • The Bar Association
  • The Public Interest Law Group 
  • Center for Investigative Reporting

  • Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE)

  • International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ)[15]

  • Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)

  • Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ),

  • Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism

  • Investigative Journalism Programme at Wits University

  • Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

  • ProPublica

  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

  • And over 10,000 other journalists; researchers; investigators; Chiefs of Staff; Citizen Sleuths; City, State, County, Federal and International agencies and others...
Security Notice: All cases and investigations use duplicate archives of all evidence data in un-deletable
archives on mass duplicate servers and repositories located globally including archives in torrents and
particulated file sets, deadman switches, self-replicating archives, and BCC copies to multiple interested
parties in order to mitigate cover-ups, intimidation threats or denials of awareness. If you are reading
this notice, please assume that most relevant law enforcement, watchdog and oversight groups have also
been BCC’d that you have been informed of these	facts. Each Task Force information recipient has
 multiple contact and relay methods to every 	ther Task Force information recipient mentioned above

	Tools in use include, but are not limited to:

Archiving Your Work: How to use the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine to preserve web pages and PDFs.

  • Extractives Industries: A road map to improve your coverage, including new tools that enable journalists and bloggers to obtain and verify information, and where to get ideas for future stories.

  • Finding Expert Sources: Looking for sources? Finding experts in a particular field is a good place to start for many stories. GIJN took a look at various guides to expert sources. After cutting those that are outdated, too specialized, or tools of the PR industry, we found a handful worth consulting.

  • Freedom of Information Laws: More than 100 countries now have freedom of information laws. Here are links to guides and groups, and a directory of FOI offices around the world.

  • Freelancer Services: Here’s GIJN’s guide to freelance services around the world. We started looking for good platforms for finding assignments and getting paid decently, but we’ve expanded that to groups offering help on reporting, funding, insurance, safety, and more.

  • GIJC15GIJC13 Tipsheets See tipsheets from top journalism trainers on investigative techniques, data analysis, and more from the 2013 and 2015 Global Investigative Journalism Conference.

  • IJAsia16 & IJAsia14 Tipsheets: See tipsheets from top journalism trainers on investigative techniques, data analysis, and more from the 2014 and 2016 Uncovering Asia Conference.

  • Interviewing: The interview may be the single most important tool journalists have to obtain information, clarify facts, and see things from different perspectives. Here are tips from a veteran journalist and trainer.

  • Investigating the Shipping Industry: Award-winning journalist Giannina Segnini, currently head of the Data Concentration program at Columbia University’s School of Journalism, detailed resources available to reporters working on stories involving the shipping industry.

  • Investigative Books and Films: Recommended Readings and Films from the Global Investigative Journalism Network and Story-Based Inquiry. Compiled by Mark Lee Hunter.

  • Investigative Journalism Organizations: Get connected! GIJN lists how to contact more than 100 investigative journalism organizations. Includes nonprofit newsrooms, online publishers, professional associations, NGOs, training institutes, and academic centers in 50 countries. Spanish version here.

  • Mobile Journalism: Tips from the Smartmojo 101 Guerrilla Workshop: how to shoot a basic sequence, use natural light, recording clean audio, and more.

  • Online Research Tools: The BBC’s Internet sleuth Paul Myers gives this tutorial on effective web searching, finding people, and tracking domains online.

  • Photojournalism: This excerpt from the manual Investigative Photography gives tips on photographing documents, storing images, recovering lost information, and taking authoritative photos of firearms.

  • Planespotting: Planespotters observe, log, and photograph aircraft departures and landings worldwide, and have provided invaluable help to journalists tracking renditions, company junkets, and dictator shopping sprees.

  • Whistleblowing: This guide to whistleblowers — insiders who expose corrupt or illegal activities — offers links to secure tools and useful groups in a dozen countries.