Reports from the OIG are the most common source of fugitive information. Federal,
State, and local law enforcement agencies provide SSA with warrant information from
their records to match against the SSR. OIG reviews the matched data to resolve identity
issues, ensure that the warrant is for a crime that is a felony or for attempting
to commit a crime that is a felony a probation or parole violation, and provides the
law enforcement agency with information that may aid in the apprehension of the individual.
OIG allows the law enforcement agency 60 days to complete their actions, at which
time they send an OI-5D (Investigative Summary Report) through the Fugitive Felon
Automated Processing (FFAP) System for each case.
(See SI 00530.200 – SI 00530.270 for instructions on fugitive referrals from OIG.)