28 CFR Appendix to Subpart K of Part 0 - Appendix to Subpart K of Part 0

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Appendix to Subpart K of Part 0
Criminal Division
[Directive 8-75]
Editorial Note:
Criminal Division Directive 8-75, was superseded by Criminal Division Directive 58, appearing at 44 FR 18661, Mar. 29, 1979.
[Directive 58]
Delegation Respecting Denial of Information Requests

The Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division, hereby, delegates pursuant to 28 CFR 16.5(b) (as amended March 1, 1975) and 28 CFR 16.45(a), his authority under those sections to deny a request for information under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) or 5 U.S.C. 552a to the Director and Associate Director of the Office of Legal Support Services of the Criminal Division and to the Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division who supervises that Office. The Director, Associate Director, or Deputy Assistant Attorney General making the denial shall be the “person responsible for the denial,” within the meaning of 5 U.S.C. 552(a).

[Directive No. 73A]
Redelegation of Authority respecting Transfer of Offenders to and From Foreign Countries to the Deputy Assistant Attorneys General and the Director, Deputy Directors, and Associate Director supervising the International Prisoner Transfer Unit of the Office of International Affairs
REDELEGATION OF AUTHORITY RESPECTING TRANSFER OF OFFENDERS TO AND FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES TO THE DEPUTY ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS GENERAL AND THE DIRECTOR, DEPUTY DIRECTORS, AND ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SUPERVISING THE INTERNATIONAL PRISONER TRANSFER UNIT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

By virtue of the authority vested in me by title 28, § 0.64-2, of the Code of Federal Regulations, the authority delegated to me by that section to exercise all of the power and authority vested in the Attorney General under Section 4102 of title 18, U.S. Code, which has not been delegated to the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, including specifically the authority to find the transfer of offenders to or from a foreign country under a treaty as referred to in Public Law 95-44 appropriate or inappropriate, is hereby re-delegated to the Deputy Assistant Attorneys General for the Criminal Division and to the Director, Deputy Directors, and the Associate Director supervising the International Prisoner Transfer Unit of the Office of International Affairs.

[Directive No. 81B]
Redelegation of Authority to Deputy Assistant Attorneys General and Director and Deputy Directors of the Office of International Affairs Respecting Temporary Transfers, in Custody, of Certain Prisoner-Witnesses from a Foreign Country to the United States .

By virtue of the authority vested in me by 28 CFR 0.64-4, the authority delegated to me by that section to exercise all of the power and authority vested in the Attorney General under section 3508 of title 18, United States Code, which has not been delegated to the Director, United States Marshals Service under 28 CFR 0.111a, is hereby redelegated to each of the Deputy Assistant Attorneys General, and to the Director and each of the Deputy Directors of the Office International Affairs, Criminal Division.

[Directive No. 81C]
Re-Delegation of Authority to Deputy Assistant Attorneys General, Criminal Division, and Director and Deputy Directors of the Office of International Affairs To Act Under Treaties and Executive Agreements on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters; and Re-Delegation of Authority To Make Requests Under Treaties and Executive Agreements on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters to the Associate Directors of the Office of International Affairs

By virtue of the authority vested in me by § 0.64-1 of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the Authority delegated to me by that section to exercise all of the power and authority vested in the Attorney General under treaties and executive agreements on mutual assistance in criminal matters is hereby re-delegated to each of the Deputy Assistant Attorneys General, Criminal Division, and to the Director and Deputy Directors of the Office of International Affairs, Criminal Division. In addition, I hereby re-delegate the authority to make requests under treaties and executive agreements on mutual assistance in criminal matters to the Associate Directors of the Office of International Affairs, Criminal Division.

Directive No. 2021-001
Designated Authority under executive agreements on access to data by foreign governments.

By virtue of the authority vested in me by § 0.64-6 of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, I hereby delegate the authority to perform the functions of the Designated Authority under executive agreements between the United States of America and other countries regarding access to data by foreign governments, negotiated pursuant to the authority in 18 U.S.C. 2523, to the Deputy Assistant Attorneys General, Criminal Division, and the Director, the Deputy Directors and the Associate Director supervising implementation of such agreements in the Office of International Affairs. This delegation applies to executive agreements that either designate the Attorney General or the Department of Justice as the Designated Authority (or like designation) or authorize the Attorney General to designate a Designated Authority (or like designation), and for which the Attorney General has designated the Criminal Division as such authority.

[44 FR 18661, Mar. 29, 1979, as amended at 45 FR 6541, Jan. 29, 1980; 48 FR 54595, Dec. 6, 1983; 59 FR 42161, Aug. 17, 1994; 59 FR 46550, Sept. 9, 1994; 83 FR 23360, May 21, 2018; 83 FR 42775, Aug. 24, 2018; 86 FR 66459, Nov. 23, 2021]

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