Looking for ways to be more involved in your #community? Make it a career to help it, as well. Join the #FBI family at fbijobs.gov.

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January is National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Learn more about the Bureau's efforts to #endtrafficking worldwide: [ Fbi.gov Link ]

And if you believe you are the victim of a trafficking situation or may have information about a potential trafficking situation, call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 1-888-373-7888.
In the past two fiscal years, FBI forfeitures—criminal and civil—have allowed the government to return more than $100 million to victims of crime following criminal restitution orders.

Learn more about the FBI's forfeiture program and read about true cases at [ Fbi.gov Link ]

Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

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#WorkLifeBalance is a priority, and #OneFBI embraces this ideal. Have an exciting #career and a personal life at the same time. Learn more at fbijobs.gov.

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#OTD in 1950, a group of armed, masked men committed the "crime of the century": they stole more than $2.7 million in cash and securities from the Brink's Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Eleven individuals were later arrested and charged in the heist.

Full story at [ Fbi.gov Link ]
Longtime civil rights leader and U.S. Congressman John Lewis recently visited FBI Headquarters and spoke to Bureau employees during a commemorative program heralding the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Civil Rights Icon Addresses FBI Employees

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FBI El Paso and the El Paso Police Departmen today arrested FBI Top Ten Fugitive Terry A. D. Strickland in Northeast El Paso. Strickland was sought in a double homicide in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Details at [ Fbi.gov Link ]
John Todd Williams, the owner of a debt collection company based in Georgia, used illegal and aggressive tactics to squeeze millions of dollars from thousands of victims. Now Williams is paying his own debt—to society—in the form of a five-year prison sentence.

“What Williams and his collectors were saying—scaring the victims into paying by threatening them with arrest and jail—was fraudulent...
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Believe in owning your results? At the #FBI, you own your cases to make the biggest impact on people. Become a #SpecialAgent and make a difference.

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Criminal enterprises steal, repackage, and resell products to less-than-reputable retailers—and the items are often expired, contaminated, and cut with other products, creating health implications for consumers.

Listen as Supervisory Special Agent Scott Campbell discusses how the FBI works with the private sector and local and state law enforcement agencies to mitigate this crime.

FBI, This Week Podcast: Organized Retail Crime Can Create Health Dangers...

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At a press conference today, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and Detroit FBI Special Agent in Charge David Gelios announced that Volkswagen has agreed to plead guilty to three criminal felony counts and to pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty as a result of the company’s long-running scheme to sell thousands of diesel vehicles in the U.S. by using a...
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Volkswagen to Pay Total of $4.3 Billion to Resolve Criminal and Civil...

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Tune into our Facebook Live Session on Wednesday, January 11 at 3 p.m. EST to explore the many professional backgrounds FBI special agents come from. Submit questions ahead of time using #FBILive
Join our Facebook Live event today at 3 p.m. to learn about opportunities at the #FBI for individuals with unique backgrounds. You'll hear from three special agents with varying career experiences outside and within the Bureau.

You can submit questions ahead of time using #FBILive for us to answer during the broadcast.
Our #SpecialAgents work with FBI #K9s and their police handlers to protect communities on a daily basis. Join this important #mission: [ Fbijobs.gov Link ]
Today, the FBI released its Preliminary Semiannual Uniform Crime Report, which covers January through June 2016 and shows an increase in the number of violent crimes and a decrease in the number of property crimes when compared to figures from the same time period in 2015. The data came from 13,366 law enforcement agencies across the nation.

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Preliminary Crime Stats for 2016 Released

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Jonathan Dunning, a former CEO of two non-profit health care clinics, orchestrated and carried out a seven-year criminal scheme to defraud the clinics and the federal government of more than $16 million. The scam severely affected the quality of care that clinic patients received.

After a joint federal investigation into his activities, Dunning was sentenced to 18 years in prison and ordered...
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Federal Funds Stolen From Non-Profit Health Care Clinics

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#OneFBI means we thrive because we are #diverse and mission-driven. Where will you fit in? Take the leap to find out: [ Fbijobs.gov Link ]
Your #OneFBI family awaits you this New Year. Check out our #SpecialAgent jobs, join the team, and experience a career like no other at [ Fbijobs.gov Link ]
The FBI is seeking victims who may have been prescribed the fentanyl-based pain medication Subsys, a powerful narcotic intended to treat cancer patients suffering intense episodes of breakthrough pain, between March 2012 and December 2016.

If you were prescribed Subsys during this time, please complete the questionnaire at [ Fbi.gov Link ]. Your responses are voluntary but would be useful in...
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Seeking Victims in the Subsys Medication Case - Questionnaire

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The messages were relentless. A California woman couldn’t escape the barrage of malicious texts, phone calls, and social media posts originating from a mysterious individual with whom she had no previous connection.

The harassment didn’t stop until the FBI intervened and uncovered a trail of threats and extortion that led to a Miami college student—who is now behind bars for cyberstalking.

Woman Sentenced for Cyberstalking

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