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Federal Crimes and Agency Contact Information

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The United States Attorney's Office is providing the information on this web site solely as a service to the general public.  The United States Attorney's Office is not providing any opinion or commentary whatsoever as to the validity of any claim or grievance, nor is it offering comment as to the potential legal basis for a criminal prosecution.

If you would like to report information concerning a federal violation, or if you believe you have been a victim of a federal crime, please contact the federal agency that has jurisdiction over that particular crime.  A listing of federal crimes and the agencies that investigate them, along with contact information for that agency, is located on this website.

For citizens in the Spokane area Gonzaga University Legal Services may provide certain legal services to qualifying individuals.  They can be reached at (509) 323-5791.  If you are 59 years old or younger you must first contact the Volunteer Lawyer Program (open Mondays 1pm-5pm; Thursdays 1pm-4pm) at (509) 324-0144. Individuals 60 years old or older may contact Gonzaga University Legal Services directly.  Also, Northwest Justice Project (CLEAR) at 1-888-201-1014, offers free legal services to qualifying low income individuals and senior citizens.

For citizens in the Yakima area Columbia Legal Services may provide certain legal services to qualifying individuals.  They can be reached at (509) 575-5593.  Also, Northwest Justice Project (CLEAR) at 1-888-201-1014, offers free legal services to qualifying low income individuals and senior citizens.

If you would like to report a consumer fraud matter that occurred in the State of Washington, or would like other consumer information, please visit the Washington State Attorney General’s consumer website at www.atg.wa.gov, or contact them at (509) 456-3123.

Federal Crimes and Agencies

Abortion Clinic Access FBI
Aliens CBP, ICE
Archaeological Resources Protection Act and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation BIA, BLM, FS, NPS
Arson / Explosive Violations ATF
Assault on Indian Reservation or Federal Land BIA, FBI
Bank Embezzlement, False Bank Records FBI, SS
Bank Fraud, Lending Fraud FBI, SS
Bank Robbery FBI
Bankruptcy Fraud FBI, UST
Border Issues CBP
Bribery / Public Corruption FBI
Civil Rights FBI
Counterfeiting and Forgery FBI, PI, SS
Corporate Fraud FBI, SEC
Credit Card Fraud FBI, PI, SS
Drug Cases and Drug-Related Crimes DEA
Embezzlement or Theft from the Government and its Programs FBI
Environmental Offenses EPA, FWS
Firearm Offenses ATF
Fraud Against the Government FBI
Fraud Against Investors FBI, PI, SEC
Fugitives FBI, USMS
Health Care Fraud FBI
Identity Theft FBI, PI, SS, SSA-OIG
International Trade CBP
Indian Country Crimes BIA, FBI
Insurance Fraud FBI, PI
Mail Fraud FBI, PI
Money Laundering / Currency Structuring FBI, IRS-CI
Murder / Manslaughter on Indian Reservation or Federal Land FBI
Murder for Hire FBI
Pornography FBI, ICE, PI
Postal Service Offenses PI
Sexual Abuse and Exploitation FBI, ICE, PI
Social Security Violations SSA-OIG
Solicitation to Commit a Federal Crime of Violence FBI
Tax Offenses IRS-CI
Terrorism (International or Domestic) FBI, TSA
Wildlife Violations FWS
Wire Fraud FBI, PI

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Federal Agency Contact Information

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
www.atf.treas.gov
Spokane: (509) 324-7866
Yakima: (509) 577-1401

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
www.doi.gov/bureau-indian-affairs
(202) 208-3710

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
www.blm.gov
Spokane: (509) 536-2100
Wenatchee: (509) 665-2100

Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
www.cbp.gov
Pasco: (509) 373-7223
Spokane: (509) 353-2833
Wenatchee: (509) 884-8893

Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
www.dea.gov
Spokane: (509) 353-2964
Yakima: (509) 454-4407

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
www.epa.gov
Lacey: (360) 753-9457
Seattle: (206) 553-0060

Federal Bureau of Inverstigations (FBI)
www.fbi.gov
Spokane: (509) 747-5195
Yakima: (509) 453-4859

United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
www.fws.gov
Spokane: (509) 456-4101

Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)
www.ice.gov
Spokane: (509) 353-4693
Yakima: (509) 454-5754 ext. 100

Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI)
www.irs.gov/compliance/enforcement
Tax Fraud Hotline: (800) 829-0433

National Park Service (NPS)
www.nps.gov/laro
Lake Roosevelt: (509) 633-9441

Postal Inspection Service (PI)
postalinspectors.uspis.gov
Seattle: (877) 876-2455

United States Secret Service (SS)
www.secretservice.gov
Spokane: (509) 353-2532

Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
www.sec.gov
Spokane: (800) 732-0330

Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General (SSA-OIG)
www.ssa.gov/oig
Spokane: (509) 353-2106
SSA Fraud Hotline: (800) 269-0271

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
www.tsa.gov
Spokane: (509) 626-5400
After hours: (509) 626-5431

United States Forest Service (FS)
www.fs.fed.us
Colville: (509) 684-7186
Wenatchee: (509) 664-9236
Winthrop: (509) 997-9730

United States Marshals Service (USMS)
www.justice.gov/marshals
Spokane: (509) 353-2781
Yakima: (509) 575-5917

United States Trustee (UST)
www.justice.gov/ust
Spokane: (509) 353-2999

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Additional Agency Contact Information

Better Business Bureau (BBB)
www.bbb.org
Spokane: (509) 455-4200

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
www.ftc.gov
(877) 382-4357

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
www.ic3.gov

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
www.missingkids.com
(800) 843-5678

National Fraud Information Center (NCL)
www.fraud.org
(800) 876-7060

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