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The U.S. Attorney’s Office is primarily a litigating office and not an investigative office. Almost all of the complaints received request that we investigate some allegation. We either refer those complaints to one of the investigating agencies or we return the complaint with instructions to go to one of those agencies. Your complaint will be more efficiently processed if you go directly to the most appropriate agency. Below is a list of the more common types of crimes with links to the appropriate agency information.

This list is not exhaustive, it is only a generic summary. You should visit the agency web pages and/or contact the agency directly for assistance and detailed information.

Arson and Explosives
Bank Fraud/Money Laundering
Bank Robberies
Bankruptcy Fraud
Border Crimes
Child Exploitation and Child Pornography
Child Support Enforcement
Civil Rights Abuses
Civil Rights Complaints
Computer Crimes
Consumer Fraud
Counterfeiting
Credit Card Fraud
Customs
Drugs and Narcotics
Education Fraud
Elder Abuse
Environmental Crime
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
Firearms
Fair Housing/Housing Discrimination
Fish & Wildlife Crimes
Food Stamp Fraud
Fraud Against the Federal Government
Freedom of Information Requests
Gang Activity
Hate Crimes
Health Care Fraud
Housing Fraud
Human Trafficking
Identity Theft
Immigration Crime
Internet Fraud
Labor/Employment/Retirement Fraud
Mortgage Fraud
Organized Crime
Postal Crimes
Public Corruption
Social Security Fraud
Stalking
Tax Fraud
Telemarketing Fraud
Terrorism and National Security
Threats Against the President
Veteran’s Affairs Violations
Violent Crime

To see detailed contact information on all the above listed crimes, please click here.

 

 




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