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Lewe Sessions began his law enforcement career in 1999 as a police officer for the Central Intelligence Agency where he served for three years.  Lewe then transitioned to a special agent with the Diplomatic Security Service where he conducted passport and visa fraud investigations.  Additionally, he served on the protection detail for the Secretary of State and other foreign dignitaries. 
In 2005 Lewe joined the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) community as a special agent with the Department of Treasury.  In this capacity, Lewe conducted employee misconduct and financial investigations.  Since 2010 Lewe has been a special agent with the Department of Justice OIG, investigating a variety of contract, grant, and program fraud matters, in addition to employee misconduct. 
Lewe was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Fraud Detection Office in 2014, supervising agents, and forensic auditors.  In 2015 Lewe was one of two OIG employees to be selected for the Department of Justice’s Leadership Excellence and Achievement Program.

In 2016 Lewe was promoted to the position of Special Agent in Charge of the Fraud Detection Office where he assumed leadership of employees at multiple locations across the country.  In this role, Lewe managed the office’s diverse caseload; overseeing the indictment of numerous felons and the recovery of millions of dollars for the Department of Justice.  Lewe is well respected in his field and has successfully managed classified priority cases investigating complex contract fraud and has provided routine briefings to high level federal officials.