Raising Awareness of Opioid Addiction
FBI, DEA release documentary aimed at youth to raise awareness of opioid addiction.
Tracking Animal Cruelty
Acts of cruelty against animals are now counted in the FBI’s criminal database.
New collaborative program at FBI Academy integrates agents and intelligence analysts.
Countering the Growing Intellectual Property Theft Threat
The FBI is part of a new strategy to combat intellectual property crimes.
Man who convinced victims to invest in a fictitious Disney resort receives prison time.
Transnational Gangs Part 3: Investigators and Prosecutors Join Forces
The final piece in our three-part series looks at the role of investigators and prosecutors.
Transnational Gangs Part 2: Countering the Threat with Strong Partnerships
Part-two of our series looks at a joint training program with Central American law enforcement.
California company that enabled get-rich-quick schemes left many high and dry.
More than 30 sentenced in Aryan Brotherhood meth operation.
Violent Carjackers Sentenced
Thanks to effective law enforcement partnerships, seven violent criminals are behind bars.
New Top Ten Fugitive
Myloh Jaqory Mason is wanted for a series of violent crimes, including attempted murder.
2014 NIBRS Statistics Released
Expanded crime statistics from National Incident-Based Reporting System released.
Men sentenced for attempting to buy kidnapped women to serve as sex and domestic slaves.
FBI Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Legal Attaché in Mexico City
Legat Mexico City, our largest and oldest overseas post, celebrates its 75th anniversary.
New eFOIA System
Help us test our new electronic Freedom of Information Act records request system.
‘Historical Marker’ Celebrates 50 Years of Agents of Asian Ancestry
The FBI celebrates a half-century of counting agents of Asian ancestry among its ranks.
2015 Biometric Identification Award
A Virginia investigator played a key role in identifying a violent serial offender.
Partnerships are key to combating criminal threats that spill across borders.
Latest Hate Crime Statistics Available
2014 report shows decrease in incidents, contains info on offenses, victims, offenders.
Newseum Goes “Inside Today’s FBI”
Updated version of popular, long-running FBI exhibit opens at Newseum in Washington, D.C.