Fraud, Law Enforcement, and Crime
- Antitrust Violations – E-mail, call, or mail a report of a possible antitrust violation or potential anti-competitive activity, whether civil or criminal, to the Department of Justice.
- Arson, Bombs, Firearms, Tobacco, or Other Related Criminal Activities – Call to report arson, bomb, firearms, or tobacco related criminal activity.
- Asset Forfeiture – E-mail a question or comment about asset forfeiture and auctions.
- Community Oriented Policing – E-mail or call for information on grants and training programs.
- Consumer Fraud – E-mail your complaints to the Federal Trade Commission.
- Crime Victims – E-mail or call for crime victims’ support and assistance.
- Domestic Violence Hotline – E-mail or call for crisis intervention, information about domestic violence and referrals to local service providers to victims of domestic violence and those calling on their behalf. Services are available in English and Spanish.
- Fraud and Waste in Government – E-mail, call, fax, or mail reports of government fraud and waste to the Federal Inspectors General.
- Homeland Security Department – Look-up e-mails and telephone numbers, mailing addresses, help desk support for web applications, instructions on how to report incidents and more.
- Identity Theft – E-mail your complaint.
- Immigration and Naturalization – Call for information about immigration and naturalization assistance (provided in English and Spanish).
- Immigration and Naturalization Local Offices – Call, write, or visit a local office to find the status of your case.
- Internet Fraud (Civil or Criminal) – E-mail reports of suspected fraud to the FBI’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center.
- Medicare Fraud – Report Medicare fraud and abuse.
- Nuclear Facilities – E-mail or call to report any safety or security concern involving a nuclear reactor, nuclear fuel facility or radioactive materials.
- Religious Discrimination – File a complaint if you’ve experienced religious discrimination or violation of religious liberty rights.
- Terrorist Activity – E-mail leads to the FBI online, or call your local FBI Field Office.
- Victim’s Rights, Services, and Criminal and Juvenile Justice – Call for information and referrals.
- Violence Against Women and Family Violence – E-mail your questions about laws, regulations, grants, and other resources.