If this is an emergency, contact 911 or local police immediately.
What would you like to contact the FBI about?
- Submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov
- Contact your local FBI field office or closest international office
- Provide information on select major cases to 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)
- Report suspicious activity involving chemical, biological, or radiological materials to 1-855-TELL-FBI (835-5324)
- Report suspected disaster fraud to the Department of Justice's National Center for Disaster Fraud
- For vetted law enforcement personnel: Report cyber or terrorist incidents through eGuardian (requires secure portal access)
What crimes should I contact the FBI about?
- Suspected acts of of terrorism (including violence, funding, or recruitment) or people sympathetic to terrorists or terrorist organizations
- Threats to national security
- Other violations of federal law
- Report online scams, email hoaxes, or other internet-enabled crimes to the Internet Crime Complaint Center at ic3.gov
What online crimes should I contact the FBI about?
- Online scams, thefts, or fraud
- Cyber crimes like malware, ransomware, or phishing
- Field offices (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. territories only)
- FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
- International offices
- Identification record or rap sheet requests: Criminal History Checks
- Products/services purchased, forms, other resources: biz.fbi.gov
- Records requests or information: FBI Records/FOIA
- Jobs, internships, other employment information: fbijobs.gov
- The National Press Office (news media): (202) 324-3000
- Screenwriters, authors, and producers looking to work with the FBI: Submit information to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Former FBI employees seeking information on post-government service employment restrictions: Contact the FBI's Office of Integrity and Compliance at (202) 324-7330