Two hundred sixty Homeland Security employees were convicted of crimes in 2011, the inspector general said. In its latest summary, the IG said it conducted 845 investigations and recovered or saved $45 million. Many of the criminal employees were corrupted Customs and Border Protection officers. One pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy and received a 110-month sentence. A Border Patrol agent offered to sell secret information to smugglers. He received a 20- month sentence.