May 01, 1990
Crouch Named Director
of the Internal Security Division
WASHINGTON - Douglas C. Crouch is the new director of the
internal security division in the office of the chief inspector of
the Internal Revenue Service.
Crouch will be responsible for the IRS internal security
program which includes investigating allegations of misconduct or
criminal activity by IRS employees. Internal security also
investigates allegations of bribery, assaults on IRS personnel, and
impersonation of IRS employees.
Crouch began his IRS career in 1973 as a revenue officer in the
collection and taxpayer service division in Baltimore. In 1975, he
joined IRS inspection as a criminal investigator. He held several
supervisory positions in inspection in the Mid- Atlantic and
Southeast Regions. In 1985, Crouch was named deputy assistant
inspector general of investigation at the Department of
Transportation. Crouch succeeds C. Arnold Decker who retired.
Crouch earned a bachelor's degree in history from George Mason
University in Fairfax, Va. and attended the Maxwell Mid- career
Development Program at Syracuse University.
He is a native of Alexandria, Va.
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