Brittany Van Camp
Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section
I have had the pleasure of working for FSA Federal since May 2019, supporting the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section (MLARS) Program Management and Training Unit. Two of the responsibilities of the Program Management and Training Unit are the transfer of federally forfeited funds to victims of crime and overseeing the Equitable Sharing Program.
I love supporting the MLARS mission to return forfeited assets to victims of crime. As a Law Clerk supporting MLARS, I am tasked with evaluating submitted requests to return forfeited proceeds to victims of crime and with reviewing equitable sharing submissions.
My role allows me to interact with individuals from the United States Attorney’s Offices as well as individuals with the investigative agencies within the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of the Treasury. My role requires that I review both criminal and civil cases, expand my knowledge related to federal statutes and regulations, draft memorandums, and attend online and in-person training. I enjoy my position with FSA because it enables me to work on tasks both collaboratively and individually and has challenged me to tackle new goals. This position has given me confidence in my skills and abilities and has empowered me to be the best version of myself both personally and professionally.
While I enjoy many aspects of working with FSA, my favorite is the impact that our work has on the lives of crime victims domestically and internationally. It is gratifying and humbling to be a small part of a much larger mission.