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Today’s FBI: Facts & Figures 2013-2014

Our newly revised publication “Today’s FBI: Facts and Figures 2013-2014”—which provides an in-depth look at the FBI and its operations—is now available.

Mar 22, 2013 11:00 AM

Today’s FBI: Facts & Figures 2013-2014

Today’s FBI 2013-2014 CoverOur newly revised publication Today’s FBI: Facts and Figures 2013-2014—which provides an in-depth look at the FBI and its operations—is now available.

In addition to an overview and a brief history of the organization, the book is organized into the following topics:

  • Intelligence: It helps us understand threats and vulnerabilities, shapes our decision making, and facilitates information sharing with partner agencies to better protect America.
  • Investigations: From terrorism to cyber crime, public corruption, and more, this chapter looks at how and why we investigate cases and also provides examples of some of our investigative successes.
  • People: The FBI consists of more than just special agents. Linguists, intelligence analysts, and scientists are just a few of the types of dedicated professionals that make up our robust workforce.
  • Partnerships: Now broader and deeper than ever before, the relationships we have with our public, private, state, local, federal, and international partners are key to keeping our nation safe.
  • Services: The Bureau doesn’t just solve cases and prevent attacks. We also provide a range of services—like training, victim assistance, and FBI Laboratory support, to name a few—to our partners and the general public.
  • Accountability: The FBI has a wide range of authorities and is therefore subject to a series of checks and balances to ensure that we use them appropriately while staying in compliance with laws and regulations as well as remaining transparent and accountable to the American people.

Take a look to learn more and get better acquainted with the Bureau.

Today’s FBI: Facts & Figures 2013-2014 (pdf)

Note: Hard copies of this publication are not available for general distribution.