18917 FBI Office

Find 18917 FBI Offices, field offices, facilities and locations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI Offices provide information on criminal investigations, probes, the FBI most wanted list, application/requirements and eligibility for special agent recruitment, training and employment, FBI background checks and tips hotline.


Fort Washington Pennsylvania FBI Office 501 West Office Center Drive Fort Washington PA 19034 16.3 miles from 18917 215-641-8910


Allentown Pennsylvania FBI Office 504 Hamilton Street Allentown PA 18101 20.8 miles from 18917 610-434-4062

Allentown Pennsylvania FBI Office 504 Hamilton Street Allentown PA 18101 20.8 miles from 18917 610-433-6488

Ewing New Jersey FBI Office 850 Bear Tavern Road Ewing NJ 08628 20.9 miles from 18917 609-689-7999

Trenton New Jersey FBI Office 200 American Metro Boulevard Hamilton NJ 08619 27.6 miles from 18917 609-689-7999

Philadelphia Pennsylvania FBI Office 600 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19106 29.5 miles from 18917 215-521-7634

Philadelphia Pennsylvania FBI Office 600 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19106 29.5 miles from 18917 215-418-4000

Newtown Square Pennsylvania FBI Office 7 Campus Boulevard Newtown Square PA 19073 29.6 miles from 18917 610-353-1640

Cherry Hill New Jersey FBI Office 10 Melrose Avenue Cherry Hill NJ 08003 36.3 miles from 18917 856-795-9556

Somerset New Jersey FBI Office 100 Davidson Avenue Franklin NJ 08873 37.9 miles from 18917 732-469-7986

Wilmington Delaware FBI Office 500 Delaware Avenue Wilmington DE 19801 47.2 miles from 18917 302-658-4391

What arrest authority do FBI Special Agents have?

When in the U.S. or one of its territories, FBI special agents have the authority to make arrests for any federal offense committed in their presence or if they have reasonable grounds to believe a felony is being or has been committed. They have very limited authority to make arrests in foreign countries.

Does the FBI supervise state and local law enforcement?

No. State and local law enforcement agencies operate independently from the FBI. The FBI and state and local agencies often work cooperatively in a common effort to investigate and solve cases. Many task forces comprised of FBI agents and state and local officers have been formed to tackle serious criminal threats to public safety.

Who monitors the FBI?

The FBI is subject to oversight by several entities. The Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General has the authority to review the programs and personnel of the FBI. Congress also has several oversight committees with jurisdiction over the FBI. The Director of National Intelligence oversees the FBI's intelligence activities.