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  • New Executives Reflect FBIas Push for Diversity

    New Executives Reflect FBI’s Push for Diversity

    May 12, 2021

    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.

  • FBI and Strike Force Target Fraud Against Federal Contracts

    FBI and Strike Force Target Fraud Against Federal Contracts

    May 12, 2021

    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.

  • Director Wray Honors Fallen Officers During National Police Week

    Director Wray Honors Fallen Officers During National Police Week

    May 11, 2021

    FBI Director Christopher Wray thanked the nation’s law enforcement officers for their work keeping communities safe in remarks observing National Police Week.

  • Partnerships Are Key to Disrupting Violent Plots

    Partnerships Are Key to Disrupting Violent Plots

    May 7, 2021

    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.

  • Navajo-Language Posters Aim to Reach Critical Audience

    Navajo-Language Posters Aim to Reach Critical Audience

    May 5, 2021

    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.

  • International Scammer Sentenced

    International Scammer Sentenced

    April 26, 2021

    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.

  • Helping Crime Victims

    Helping Crime Victims

    April 19, 2021

    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.

  • Scam PACs Are on the Rise

    Scam PACs Are on the Rise

    April 15, 2021

    Thinking about donating to a political action committee to support an issue or candidate? Do your research first—the FBI is seeing an increase in reports of potentially fraudulent PACs.

  • InfraGard Marks 25 Years of Protecting the Countryas Critical Infrastructure

    InfraGard Marks 25 Years of Protecting the Country’s Critical Infrastructure

    April 9, 2021

    From a small group that started in 1996 to an organization more than 75,000 strong today, InfraGard brings together representatives from the private and public sectors to help protect our nation’s critical infrastructure from attacks.

  • Stopping Public Corruption

    Stopping Public Corruption

    April 7, 2021

    A Philadelphia city employee who was supposed to be ferreting out corruption and mismanagement is now serving a federal prison sentence for using his official position to solicit and accept bribes.

  • The Unabomber Case 25 Years Later

    The Unabomber Case 25 Years Later

    April 2, 2021

    A quarter-century ago, FBI agents raided the Montana cabin of Theodore Kaczynski after his writings were used to identify him as the elusive serial bomber who conducted a years-long reign of terror that left three dead and nearly two dozen injured.

  • Change Agents: Womenas History Month 2021

    Change Agents: Women’s History Month 2021

    March 25, 2021

    Women in the FBI don't just break down doors—they break barriers and make change. Learn more about some of the women in FBI leadership and how they are making a difference every day.

  • Cryptocurrencies a Growing Target of Theft

    Cryptocurrencies a Growing Target of Theft

    March 11, 2021

    Recent charges against North Korean hackers show cyber criminals are increasingly targeting virtual currency markets and exchanges.

  • Concert Promoter Sentenced for Ponzi Scheme

    Concert Promoter Sentenced for Ponzi Scheme

    March 3, 2021

    A smooth talking concert promoter told investors he could make them rich. But instead, he and an associate swindled their victims out of more than $20 million—and are now serving prison time.

  • Moving the Diversity Needle

    Moving the Diversity Needle

    February 26, 2021

    Assistant Director A. Tonya Odom, who served for eight years as the FBI’s first chief diversity officer, looks back on her role as the leading advocate for diversity and inclusion at the Bureau.

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