Public Service Recognition Week 2018

Public Service Recognition Week 2018

The men and women of ICE work hard on a daily basis to serve our nation and often do so with little notice or fanfare.

Below are links to profiles of public servants and some of the remarkable work that they do each and every day in and out of the federal government.

Brent Easter

ICE officer saves man's life after plane crash

On Sunday, Sept. 24, Assistant Field Office Director (AFOD) Brian McShane was one of the first people to arrive on the scene of a plane crash.


Marino 'Rena' Brown

ICE ERO Philadelphia MSS flying high after Super Bowl win

Marino 'Rena' Brown, a Mission Support Specialist with the ICE ERO Philadelphia field office has more than 30 years of federal government experience dating back to the U. S. Civil Service Commission, now known as the Office of Personnel Management.


Brent Easter

HSI Special Agent featured in ESPN documentary

Special Agent Brent Easter is a self-described Indiana Jones, investigating crimes involving cultural property, art and antiquities and then working with experts to authenticate those items, determine their true ownership and return them to their countries of origin.


Joseph Dyer

Finding peace through painting

As a Computer Forensic Analyst (CFA) for the ICE HSI Tampa field office, Joseph Dyer spends his days performing forensic examinations of seized digital storage devices, such as computer hard drives, flash drives, PDAs, mobile phones, DVDs, CDs and tape media.


Yomarel Justiniano

Deportation officer uses combination of skill and empathy

Living in El Paso, Texas, Yomarel Justiniano knew about the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency and wanted to be a part of it. She committed to law enforcement as a career and never looked back.



Last Reviewed/Updated: 08/13/2018