The rights and responsibilities of the BEP Police remain unchanged.
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The Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP or Bureau) is amending its regulations in order to remove certain obsolete language, clarify the rules of conduct on the property, and increase the maximum penalty amount permitted for violations to $5,000 in accordance with the United States Code.
The mission of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is to develop and produce United States currency notes, trusted worldwide.
BEP prints billions of dollars in currency—referred to as Federal Reserve notes—each year for delivery to the Federal Reserve System.
Due to the sensitive nature of currency production operations, the Bureau is generally closed to the public.
Limited areas of the Bureau, however, are accessible for public tours during certain authorized dates and times.
Any individual entering, exiting, or on the Bureau's property is subject to the rules of conduct as prescribed within the regulations, and violations may result in criminal prosecution.
The BEP has a high degree of security due to producing United States currency notes, and individuals entering, exiting, and on the property are placed on notice that they are subject to search and inspection of their person, personal items and property while entering, exiting, and on the property. The final rule also omits the term Special as used in the previous regulations when referring to the BEP Police.