The Department of Justice and its component agencies use numerous social media accounts to provide you with information in more places and more ways. We use social media accounts to share news, make information and services more widely available, and increase government transparency.
It’s important to remember that these are commercial sites and are not required to follow government standards. It’s always a good idea to be familiar with the privacy policies and rules of these sites.
You may also want to review the Department of Justice's social media and related policies:
- Use of Social Media to Communicate with the Public
- The Department's Use of Third-Party Websites and Applications
- Links to Other Websites
Social Media Directory
The list below represents official social media accounts associated with the Department of Justice.
Looking for a list of the Department's RSS feeds? Visit our News Feeds.
The Department of Justice's Official Channels
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives||View the ATF's directory.|
|Bureau of Prisons|
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)
|Community Relations Service|
|Drug Enforcement Administration||View the DEA's directory.|
|Elder Justice Initiative|
|Executive Office for Immigration Review|
|Federal Bureau of Investigation||View the FBI's directory.|
|Office of Information Policy|
|Office of the Inspector General|
|Office of Justice Programs|
Bureau of Justice Assistance
Bureau of Justice Statistics
National Institute of Justice
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
Office for Victims of Crime
|Office of Public Affairs|
|Office on Violence Against Women|
|United States Attorneys' Offices||
View the directory.