The U.S. Army Military District of Washington presented an 800-pound segment of stone recovered from the Pentagon after 9/11 to the Washington Field Office on April 27, 2011.


James McTighe, head of the Salt Lake FBI, and other officials describe how affinity frauds and Ponzi schemes can cost unsuspecting victims their life savings.


FBI Special Agent Jason Ficket describes the role of the Major Crimes Task Force in Afghanistan.


The FBI's role on the front lines of the nation's fight against terrorism.


Community leaders from around the country gathered at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.,to be recognized for their work and contributions in their communities.


Agents on the Art Crime Team meet each year for a week-long training seminar. The 2010 session was in New York City.


A training exercise shows how a scent dog acts on human scent traces collected from a crime scene. More at: http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2010/december/scent_122310/scent_122310?


Because of its potential impact on our national security, corruption along our borders is one our top investigative priorities, and often includes the use of multi-agency task forces.


At the FBI Academy, the Simulation Team develops new techniques to equip employees for the future.


The Video Production Team at the FBI Academy utilizes cutting-edge technology to bring digital images to life.


The training video was developed by the National Security Branch to educate our federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement partners about the NSB and its role in national security. The video is narrated by Roger Cross from the television show "24."


The FBI Latent Hit of the Year award was created in response to a request from the local and state law enforcement community for more details on major violent crime cases solved with the assistance of our Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS).


The award, which goes to an outstanding latent examiner or officer who worked the case, is presented annually at the International Association for Identification conference.


The award, which goes to an outstanding latent examiner or officer who worked the case, is presented annually at the International Association for Identification conference.


Inside the FBI's efforts to combat drug and human trafficking, public corruption, and gang-related violence on the Southwest border. More at: http://www.fbi.gov/page2/august10/border_080210.html