Find 21703 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.
Frederick Maryland FBI Office 1003 West 7th Street Frederick MD 21701 5.1 miles from 21703 301-663-3469
Beltsville Maryland FBI Office 11700 Beltsville Drive Beltsville MD 20705 36.0 miles from 21703 301-572-5400
Windsor Mill Maryland FBI Office 2600 Lord Baltimore Drive Milford Mill MD 21244 38.6 miles from 21703 410-265-8080
Windsor Mill Maryland FBI Office 7142 Ambassador Road Milford Mill MD 21244 38.9 miles from 21703 410-265-8080
Winchester Virginia FBI Office 20 South Cameron Street Winchester VA 22601 39.1 miles from 21703 540-662-3531
Winchester Virginia FBI Office 116 North Braddock Street Winchester VA 22601 39.1 miles from 21703 540-535-0657
Washington DC FBI Office 555 11th Street Northwest Washington DC 20004 40.4 miles from 21703 202-737-0148
Washington DC FBI Office 935 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20535 40.5 miles from 21703 202-637-0811
Washington DC FBI Office 935 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20535 40.5 miles from 21703 202-324-3000
Washington DC FBI Office 601 4th Street Northwest Washington DC 20535 40.7 miles from 21703 202-278-2000
Winchester Virginia FBI Office 629 Cedar Creek Grade Winchester VA 22601 40.7 miles from 21703 540-662-3531
Manassas Virginia FBI Office 9300 Grant Avenue Manassas VA 20110 42.4 miles from 21703 703-361-5193
Lorton Virginia FBI Office 8540 Terminal Road Lorton VA 22079 46.6 miles from 21703 703-632-6000
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.
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.
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.