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FBI Locations

Across the U.S. and around the world, our work focuses on protecting the communities we serve.


  • The FBI has a national reach and opportunities to work abroad
  • Several specialty locations focus on areas like STEM and training
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If you can dream it, there’s a job for you at the FBI in one of our 56 field offices, specialized regional hubs, or offices around the world.

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The FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC

FBI Headquarters

Washington, D.C.

Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., FBI Headquarters serves as the central point for professional and operational support to field offices, as well as executive coordination at the highest level.

FBI Headquarters 

International Offices

Our legal attaché offices—commonly known as legats—and sub-offices are located in key cities around the globe. These offices provide coverage for more than 180 countries, territories, and islands. About 250 special agents and support personnel are stationed in FBI legats worldwide.

International Offices

Map of FBI Field Offices in the United States

Field Offices

Opportunities are available in all of our 56 field offices. Field offices are centrally located in major metropolitan areas across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. These offices are where we carry out investigations, assess local and regional crime threats, and work closely with partners on cases and operations.

FBI Field Offices

Examples of Roles at Field Offices

  • Operational support technicians perform key business and administrative functions, such as analyzing and visualizing data, within an operational squad in one of our 56 field offices.

        Business and Human Resources

  • Data analysts conduct data modeling using statistical and mathematical principles in order to advance investigative work.

        Mathematics and Data

  • Forensic accountants use their auditing skills and investigative techniques to analyze and track money laundered by terrorists, spies, and criminals.


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Resident Agencies

In addition to field offices, there are more than 350 satellite offices, or resident agencies, located in smaller towns or cities. These function as a part of field offices and allow for broader regional coverage.


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Front view of the Criminal Justice Information Services Division building in Clarksburg, West Virginia.

Criminal Justice Information Services

Clarksburg, WV

The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division is a high-tech hub in West Virginia that provides a range of state-of-the-art tools and services to law enforcement, intelligence community partners, and the general public.

Criminal Justice Information Services

Examples of Roles at CJIS

  • Threat intake examiners at the National Threat Operations Center answer, assess, and prioritize online tips and phone calls from the public.

        Security and Surveillance

  • Information technology specialists support tactical operations, maintain the technological infrastructure, and ensure personnel have the tools necessary to perform their jobs.


  • Contract specialists procure supplies and services for the FBI while adhering to statutory compliance and maintaining a focus on customer support.

        Acquisitions and Logistics

The academy in Quantico, VA

FBI Quantico

Quantico, VA

The FBI Academy located in Quantico, Virginia is where new FBI special agents, intelligence analysts, rising law enforcement leaders, and others receive world-class training, including hands-on, real-life scenarios they will encounter in law enforcement.

Special Agents

New Agent Trainees (NATs) spend 18 weeks with peers building the foundation of becoming an agent and learning four major concentrations: academics, case exercises, firearms training, and operational skills.

Special Agents

FBI building at Redstone Arsenal

Redstone Arsenal

Huntsville, AL

The FBI has had a presence at the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, for more than 50 years. Today, over one thousand FBI employees work there in various operational and enterprise capacities, supporting a future vision of becoming the FBI's innovation center of excellence.

FBI at Redstone Arsenal