Entity: DHS - United States Secret Service

New Jan. 6 Timeline Compiles Records Obtained from Multiple Agencies

June 9, 2022
The timeline includes FOIA records of handwritten call logs, minute-by-minute National Guard notes, and Secret Service emails documenting the movement of Vice President Mike Pence during the attack on the Capitol.

USSS Emails Containing Key Terms Related to Certificate of Ascertainment and November 2020 Election

May 6, 2022
Records released in response to American Oversight's FOIA request to the Secret Service for emails containing key terms related to ascertainment and the certification of the 2020 presidential election.

FOIA to USSS Seeking January 6 After-Action Report

February 16, 2022
FOIA request to the U.S. Secret Service seeking a copy of a Jan. 6 after-action report created by the agency.

No Records Response from USSS Regarding Security Services for Giuliani and Paxton on Jan. 6, 2021

February 15, 2022
The U.S. Secret Service stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for documents related to providing security to Rudy Giuliani and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton at the march and rally on Jan. 6, 2021. This agency response includes a presentation.

USSS External Communications Regarding the Location of the 2020 G7 Summit

January 13, 2022
Records from the U.S. Secret Service in response to American Oversight's request for external communications regarding the location of the 2020 G7 summit, including related site research and threat assessments.

DHS Records of USSS Communications and Directions About Events During Congressional Certification of the 2020 Election Results

January 12, 2022
Records from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in response to American Oversight's request for communications and directives about the events at the U.S Capitol during the congressional certification of the 2020 election results on Jan. 6, 2021.

Investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol Attack: One Year Later

January 6, 2022
There are still many unanswered questions about that dark day for U.S. democracy. Here is a look at what we’ve uncovered through public records requests and litigation, as well as what we’re still seeking to learn.

Documents Obtained by American Oversight Cited in Washington Post’s Detailed Investigation of Jan. 6 Attack

November 2, 2021
The Post’s in-depth, three-part look at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot is a highly detailed, minute-by-minute account of what was neither “a spontaneous act nor an isolated event.”

American Oversight Sues Multiple Agencies for Jan. 6 Communications and Other Records

October 21, 2021
In three separate lawsuits, American Oversight is seeking records — including meeting notes, emails, and any orders for the protection of certain Trump allies who attended the preceding rally — that could shed light on how the government responded to the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Complaint: American Oversight v. USSS and DHS — USSS Records Regarding Capitol Attack During Congressional Certification of 2020 Election Results

October 15, 2021
American Oversight lawsuit to the U.S. Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security seeking to compel the release of records concerning the events at the U.S. Capitol during the congressional certification of the 2020 election results on Jan. 6, 2021.