How do I report something to FBI?
Report Threats and Federal Crimes
- Fill out our Online Tips and Public Leads form at tips.fbi.gov.
- Call 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)
- Contact your local field office or closest international office.
Can you directly contact the FBI?
To call the FBI about a case or suspicious activity, call the Major Case Contact Center at 1-800-225-5324.
Can I anonymously report someone to the FBI?
An individual is free to decide whether or not to send the FBI information through the ITL website. In addition, the system will allow a tip to be submitted without the information identifying the submitter and submitter’s may also request that their identity remain confidential.
What are 4 things that the FBI investigates?
The FBI has divided its investigations into a number of programs, such as domestic and international terrorism, foreign counterintelligence, cyber crime, public corruption, civil rights, organized crime/drugs, white-collar crime, violent crimes and major offenders, and applicant matters.
Does the FBI contact you by text?
Because government agencies won’t call, email, or text you and ask for money or personal information.
What happens when you report something to the FBI?
The FBI will ask you to provide as much information as possible about the perpetrator and details of the threat you have experienced. The FBI will ask for your contact information to follow‐up with you if needed. The FBI will attempt to protect your identity and confidentiality.
When should you report someone to the FBI?
When to Contact the FBI
- Possible acts of terrorism, including violence, funding, or recruitment;
- Persons sympathetic to terrorists or terrorist organizations;
- Suspicious activities that you believe threaten national security, especially suspicious activities that involve foreign powers or foreign organizations;
Will the Treasury Department call me?
These calls are nothing more than a scam. The IRS and or US Treasury will never contact you via telephone and threaten you with arrest. Any correspondence from either of these agencies would be done in writing via the US Postal service.
How do you tell if the FBI is after you?
How to Tell If the FBI Is Watching You?
- The same car tailing you wherever you go.
- Stumbling on the same person in seemingly random situations.
- Background noises when making calls.
- Odd browser history.
- Apps from unknown sources on the phone and/or PC.