The U.S. Department of Justice is the cabinet-level federal body under the U.S. Attorney General, charged with federal domestic law enforcement, criminal investigation and prosecution, corrections, and related administration.
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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
Charged with collecting excise taxes on alcoholic beverages and tobacco products; suppressing traffic in illicit distilled spirits and illegal use of explosives; and controlling the sale and registration of firearms.
Freedom of Information Act
Information on FOIA as it relates to the Department of Justice. Frequently requested documents are available online.
Houston Counter Terrorism Intelligence Group
collects, evaluates and analyzes incident reports of suspicious activities reported by the public and law enforcement communities, in an effort to identify potential trends or patterns of terrorist operations.
Information Technology Initiatives
A resource provided by the US Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs that gives justice professionals access to information sharing resources, initiatives and technological developments.
Office of the Attorney General
Acts as head of the Department of Justice and is the chief law enforcement officer of the federal government.
Office of the Solicitor General
Supervises and conducts federal litigation in the United States Supreme Court.
U.S. Department of Justice
Represents citizens in enforcing the law and plays a key role in protecting against criminals; ensuring healthy competition of business; safeguarding the consumer; enforcing drug, immigration, and naturalization laws.
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