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In the Line of Duty: 2014 LEOKA Report Released

Our latest report shows that 96 officers were killed in the line of duty last year.

Director Urges Closer Ties Between Police, Communities

Director Comey urged closer ties between police and communities at a forum in Ohio.

Operation Cross Country

Nationwide effort leads to recovery of 149 victims of child sex trafficking.

Identity Theft

A woman who posed as a hospice nurse and treated more than 200 patients is serving time in prison.

Insurance Broker Sentenced for Fraud

Broker sentenced for defrauding more than 800 trucking companies in nearly a dozen states.

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Each October, we’re reminded that securing cyberspace is a shared responsibility.

Latest Crime Stats Released

Annual report shows violent crimes and property crimes decreased in 2014.

Con Man Sentenced in Fraud Case

A fraudster who promised luxury cars but rarely delivered is spending time in prison.

Preparing for the Pope

The FBI is part of a well-rehearsed security effort in place for the pope’s visit to the U.S.

‘Cramming’ Scheme Operator Sentenced

Man sentenced for placing $70 million in unauthorized charges on victims’ phone bills.

Community Outreach

Director Comey commends Citizens Academy Alumni Association members for their efforts.

La Cosa Nostra Members Sentenced

Members of the Lucchese crime family were recently sentenced to lengthy prison terms.

Steroids Dealer Sentenced

A man who advertised illegal anabolic steroids online will be serving time in prison.

Jewelry Store Robberies

An FBI-led task force helped put two armed and violent criminals behind bars.

Business E-Mail Compromise

A sophisticated scam is costing companies worldwide millions of dollars.

ISIL and Antiquities Trafficking

The FBI is asking for help in halting the trade of looted and stolen cultural artifacts.

Medicare Fraud

Inside the case of a hospice executive who falsified millions of dollars’ worth of claims.

Former DuPont Employee Sentenced

DuPont employee sentenced for role in conspiracy to steal Kevlar-related proprietary information.

Recovered Stradivarius Returned After 35 Years

The FBI returned a rare Stradivarius violin to the heirs of deceased violinist Roman Totenberg at a ceremony at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan yesterday. The violin, made in 1734, was stolen in 1980. It was recently recovered by the FBI’s Art Crime Team, thanks to a tip passed on by a New York City Police Department detective.

Byte Out of History

A look at the FBI’s involvement in an early election fraud case.