Randall C. Till (Non-Attorney)
Former Inspector-in-Charge (USPIS)
Mr. Randall C. Till recently retired from serving as Inspector-in-Charge of the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS), where he maintained a top secret security clearance. Mr. Till assists clients in both internal and external investigations involving complex financial crimes, financial institutions, and other corporate matters.
USPIS Leadership. Mr. Till is the former Inspector-in-Charge with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service for the regions including parts of North Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. He is the former Assistant Inspector-in-Charge of the St. Louis Division and worked an extended detail as the Inspector-in-Charge of the New York Division, the largest field division. In his capacity as Inspector-in-Charge, Mr. Till worked closely with high-level Justice Department officials, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Secret Service, the IRS, and the FBI, as well as local enforcement agencies. Among the cases of national attention prosecuted under the leadership of Mr. Till are multiple dangerous mail investigations to include explosive devices and white powder letters sent to financial institutions and public officials.
Client Services. Mr. Till offers individual and corporate clients more than two decades of federal law enforcement experience, both as a frontline investigator as well as a recognized leader of more than 100 postal inspectors, U.S. postal police officers, and support staff. Mr. Till has substantial experience when it comes to complex financial crime investigations involving allegations of mail fraud, wire fraud, identity theft, money laundering, terrorist financing, and child exploitation cases.
Education & Affiliations. Mr. Till holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Among Mr. Till’s professional affiliations are the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the North Texas Crime Commission, and the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.
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