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The United States Department of Justice is a department of the Executive Branch of the United States Government, responsible for prosecuting federal crimes.  As such, it fields United States Attorneys at district offices across the country.  The Department's investigative department is the famous Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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~1970'sExamination of Stolen Cars
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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28 November 2008Gotcha: Illegal Use of Corporate Credit Card = $613,000 - I
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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28 November 2008Gotcha: Illegal Use of Corporate Credit Card = $613,000 - II
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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27 February 2009Gotcha: Car Theft Ring - I
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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6 March 2009Gotcha: Car Theft Ring - II
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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9 March 2009Inside the FBI: Highway Serial Killings Initiative
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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4 September 2009Gotcha: Operation Tow Scam - I
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11 September 2009Gotcha: Operation Tow Scam - II
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2 September 2011Gotcha: Operation Double O
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28 June 2012Gotcha: American Samoa School Bus Scam
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18 February 2014Gotcha: Virginia Man Sentenced in Bribery Case
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20 August 2020FBI Statement on the Charging of Former Uber CSO for Covering Up 2016 Hack
Craig Fair, FBI San Francisco Deputy Special Agent in Charge

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FBI Target practice, 1930s Target practice, 1930s
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Honest Jim's Used Cars "Honest Jim's Used Cars"
From "The Baddest Town in America," January 31, 2005: "Hogan’s Alley? Oh yeah, it’s a hot bed of terrorist and criminal activity. Its only bank is robbed at least twice a week. Mobsters and drug dealers lurk around every corner. Exactly the way we want it. We put Hogan’s Alley on the map in 1987 to provide a realistic training ground for our new agents. It’s located on 10+ acres at our Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Today, we share the mock town with new DEA recruits, as well as with state, local, federal, and global partners at the Academy for training. How realistic is Hogan’s Alley? Very. We built it with the help of Hollywood set designers. Like many small towns, it’s got a bank, a post office, a hotel, a laundromat, a barber shop, a pool hall, homes, shops, and more. There’s a constant flow of people and traffic. You can even get a bite to eat at the local deli. But don’t look too closely. The cars parked outside “Honest Jim’s” aren’t really for sale, although a contract painter once tried to buy one..."
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FBI Field Office Evidence Response Team FBI Field Office Evidence Response Team
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FBI Oshkosh Armored Vehicle FBI Oshkosh Armored Vehicle
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FBI Mobile Command Center FBI Mobile Command Center
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FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle
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FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle
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FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle FBI Bomb Technicians Vehicle
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FBI Celebrating Women’s History Month: African-American Agent Celebrating Women’s History Month: African-American Agent
In the spring of 1972, the FBI began accepting applications from women for the special agent position and by July of that year had appointed the first two women as special agents in modern times. Pictured here is an African-American agent in the 1970s.
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FBI Bomb Technician & Chevrolet Inside the Jacksonville Division
Insulated in the protection of a full blast suit, a bomb technician in our Jacksonville Division demonstrates equipment used to neutralize an improvised explosive device. For more on FBI Jacksonville, visit www.fbi.gov/jacksonville.
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FBI Mine Resistant Vehicle In the Driver’s Seat
As part of ongoing community outreach efforts, the FBI Jacksonville Field Office recently participated in the national Bring Your Child to Work Day on April 26. Approximately 40 children and teens were treated to demonstrations of various aspects of the work the FBI does daily. Pictured above, a participant looks out from the front seat of an FBI mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle.
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FBI Armored Vehicle Birmingham
In cities across the country, FBI staff and FBI Citizens’ Academy Alumni members took to the streets on August 3, 2010 to participate in the 27th Annual National Night Out, “America’s Night Out Against Crime.” This year, FBI staff in multiple field offices, including Buffalo, Birmingham, Milwaukee, Chicago and Springfield, participated in the event, distributing Child ID Kits and other crime prevention materials. The National Night Out campaign is intended to promote neighborhood spirit and positive relationships with law enforcement, as neighborhoods come together to heighten awareness for drug and crime prevention and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and vigilant. At this year’s event in Birmingham, youth got a chance to visit with the FBI SWAT team (above).
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FBI Armored Vehicle Knoxville
In August, members of Brownie Troop 20365 visited the Knoxville FBI office, where they spent time conducting x-ray examinations of mock suspicious packages, touring the gun vault, trying on SWAT gear, and exploring a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected, or MRAP, vehicle (shown above).
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FBI Armored Vehicle Denver
On September 22, 2012, the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBINCAAA)—in coordination with the Denver FBI office—sponsored a community event at Denver’s Mile High Stadium to raise awareness about human trafficking. During the day, the FBINCAAA assembled more than 200 recovery kits to be given to victims of human trafficking and child prostitution, and multiple law enforcement agencies and nonprofit organizations represented at the event donated personal and clothing items to be included in the kits such as toothbrushes, soap, and socks. Youngsters had the opportunity to try on FBI SWAT gear and Denver Police Department bomb suits, and go inside an FBI armored vehicle (pictured above). They also took part in a mini-football camp. The rock band known as The Fray performed during the event.
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Red Hat Society and FBI Vehicle Omaha
Members of the Omaha Red Hat Society visited the Omaha FBI office to learn about popular scams that specifically target senior citizens. The program also included an “FBI 101” presentation, plus information about the FBI applicant process, crimes against children, and identify theft.
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FBI Springfield Citizens Academy Springfield Citizens Academy
In October 2012, the FBI Springfield Division completed its most recent Citizens Academy. During the nine-week program, participants learned about the Bureau’s history, forensic techniques, and firearms training. They were also briefed on how the FBI investigates crimes in the U.S. and—when appropriate—overseas. Above, agents and academy members examine the trunk of a vehicle during an evidence collection and forensics lesson.
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FBI Vehicle Search Springfield
In October 2012, the FBI Springfield Division completed its most recent Citizens Academy. During the nine-week program, participants learned about the Bureau’s history, forensic techniques, and firearms training. They were also briefed on how the FBI investigates crimes in the U.S. and—when appropriate—overseas. Above, two academy participants don protective suits while conducting a vehicle examination.
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FBI Vehicle Search Springfield
In October 2012, the FBI Springfield Division completed its most recent Citizens Academy. During the nine-week program, participants learned about the Bureau’s history, forensic techniques, and firearms training. They were also briefed on how the FBI investigates crimes in the U.S. and—when appropriate—overseas. Above, an academy member practices his evidence photography skills.
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FBI Trunk-or-Treat Springfield
“Trunk-or-Treat,” held the in parking lot of First Christian Church in Jacksonville, Illinois, offers families a safe alternative to trick-or-treating. Rather than going door to door, children walk car to car though the Halloween-themed lot, trunk-or-treating along the way. More than 1,200 children and parents attended this year’s event, and FBI Springfield Community Outreach Specialist Brad Ware was on hand to distribute Child ID Kits and Child ID App brochures to parents.
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FBI Digital Forensic Lab on Wheels Digital Forensic Lab on Wheels
During an April 3 (2013) press conference, the FBI announced that the Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (OCRCFL) in California has earned international accreditation from the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board—the world’s largest forensic science accrediting body. At the same time, the OCRCFL unveiled its new Mobile Forensic Laboratory (M-LAB), pictured above, which provides full digital forensic processing and examination capabilities in the field. The OCRCFL’s M-LAB is currently one of six mobile forensic laboratories that the FBI has deployed across the U.S. to provide onsite, real-time support during critical FBI and partner agency investigations. For more information, see: http://www.fbi.gov/losangeles/press-releases/2013/orange-county-regional-computer-forensics-laboratory-receives-prestigious-international-accreditation-unveils-mobile-lab
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FBI Omaha Garage Omaha
In October 2012, the Omaha FBI Office—with its Citizens Academy Alumni Association and the Omaha Police Foundation—hosted the second annual Executive Shoot at the Omaha Public Safety Training Center. The 50 invited guests saw a joint SWAT demonstration that included K-9 and sniper scenarios and also had the opportunity to tour the indoor facility, go inside tactical vehicles (above), and shoot in the indoor firing range.
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FBI Mobile Command Post Chicago
The 2014 Rockford Airfest got off to a high-flying start thanks to some help from the FBI Chicago Field Office. Three SWAT team members made a special appearance during “Make A Wish Day” at the festival on June 6, 2014. The agents met with 25 children and their families from the Make A Wish foundation. The children got an up close look at some of the gear the SWAT team uses. Some of them even got to try on a vest or a helmet. Afterwards, the group took a tour of the FBI Mobile Command Post that was on site during the Airfest (above). Parents also received information about the FBI’s Child ID App.
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