JAN 6TH TASK FORCE
Task Force 1-6 Assessment At the direction of the Speaker of the House, Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré, USA (Retired) led an immediate forward-looking, non-partisan, six-week review for the purpose of identifying actions or decisions that could be taken immediately or in the near-term to improve the security of the Capitol, Members, and staff. To complete this review, a team of experienced professionals with law enforcement, legal, personal protection, intelligence, operational, and Congressional experience was assembled, hereafter referred to as Task Force 1-6. Specifically, the Task Force was directed to review and provide recommendations in the following areas: Capitol security operations, infrastructure physical security, and Member security in their Congressional districts, their residences, and during travel. * All findings were passed to the House Sergeant at Arms. Given the immediacy of the review, the members of the Task Force met with the leadership, staff and members of the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP); the House and Senate Sergeants at Arms; the Architect of the Capitol (AOC); the Mayor of the District of Columbia; the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD); the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG); numerous Federal Law Enforcement Partners (FBI, DHS, FPS); the Departments of Defense and the Army; the Pentagon Force Protection Agency; and the National Guard Bureau and relevant subordinate commands, such as the D.C. National Guard
US DOJ DOCUMENT
Capitol Breach Cases Below is a list of defendants charged in federal court in the District of Columbia related to crimes committed at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C, on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Every case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. Following arrests, or surrender, defendants must appear before district court magistrate/judge where the arrest takes place, in accordance with the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.