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A special agent in the San Juan Division is believed to be the first Black female in the FBI’s history to be selected to a SWAT team.
The Oklahoma City Field Office has become one of the FBI’s busiest in the year since the Supreme Court affirmed that much of the eastern half of the state is tribal land.
The FBI is stepping up efforts with local law enforcement and civil rights groups to improve the reporting of hate crimes and enforcement of civil rights laws.
People over 60 lost nearly $1 billion in online frauds and scams last year. Learn more about common fraud schemes that target older people as well as practical tips on how to protect yourself and your loved ones from scammers.
An innovative, international effort cracked open the encrypted communications platforms relied on by criminal organizations.
In recognition of National Missing Children’s Day, we highlight the FBI's work to bring missing children home, whether they've been missing for days or decades.
A record-setting pace of reports to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center shows how pervasive cyber-enabled crimes and scams have become.
As part of an ongoing effort to make the Bureau more representative and inclusive, our executive corridor has undergone a steady transition to better reflect the communities we serve.
More than 360 investigators, analysts, and data scientists are working across dozens of agencies as part of the Procurement Collusion Strike Force to deter and detect crimes involving federal money.
FBI Director Christopher Wray thanked the nation’s law enforcement officers for their work keeping communities safe in remarks observing National Police Week.
The increasingly insular nature of the terrorism threat is a growing challenge, which is why the FBI is leaning even more on two things that have long been essential to its success: partnerships and help from an aware and informed public.
An initiative to translate FBI posters into Navajo illustrates one way the FBI and Native Americans are working together to solve missing and murdered indigenous persons cases.
A man who used phishing techniques to steal millions of dollars in a global business email compromise scheme received a 10-year prison term for his crimes.
As the country observes National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, learn more about the assistance and services the FBI provides victims of crime and their families.
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