What does the FBI?

What does the FBI?


The J. Edgar Hoover Building, headquarters of the FBI

What does the abbreviation

  • What does the FBI? The abbreviation stands for "Federal Bureau of Investigation" and can be translated as "National Bureau of investigation".
  • Behind this name hides a government agency with more than 35,000 employees in approximately twice as many employees have as the German company Miele.
  • The FBI is concerned with the determination in criminal cases has, since the attacks on September 11 in New York and the fight against terrorism. The Authority is focused on the domestic, but also takes care of espionage against the United States. The authority for foreign countries, the CIA, which translates approximately to "Central Intelligence Agency".
  • The Direct the FBI meets every Monday with the US president. At this meeting, information is exchanged on the latest developments.
  • FBI agents have special powers, may carry weapons and operate throughout the country. They are similar to police employees trained and may engage in various work areas.
  • Is known to the FBI for its list of the top ten most wanted criminals in the US. Find citizens shots, descriptions and other information.

The FBI with his performances in films

  • How is it that the FBI is so often seen in movies? Wherever serious criminal cases take place, the FBI can be drawn into.
  • It is important to understand that in the US often have every town and sometimes even some parts of the city's police units. So when cases go through several cities or US states, the FBI has the necessary detection aids.
  • If you encounter in movies on the FBI, it may be far-reaching investigations or criminal cases. Determined "only" the police, the cases refer to a smaller area.
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