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Find America’s Most Wanted Criminals

Visit America’s Most Wanted Criminals to find government websites with photos and descriptions of fugitives. In some cases, rewards are offered.

You’ll find links to Most Wanted sites from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF); Interpol, an international police organization that tracks criminals across borders; and many other agencies.

You’ll also find links to National Sex Offender Registries and resources related to Missing Children.

Image description: A new set of publications from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) could make it easier, faster, and most importantly, more reliable, for forensic examiners to match a set of fingerprints with those on file in any database, whether local, state or national.
The fingerprints on the right side of the image have been colored-coded to with a “quality map.” The colors provide forensic examiners with a means of marking the quality of the data that can obtained from the print. Blue areas are excellent, green are satisfactory, yellow may potentially contain false or missed features, and red have no value at all.
Photo from NIST

Image description: A new set of publications from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) could make it easier, faster, and most importantly, more reliable, for forensic examiners to match a set of fingerprints with those on file in any database, whether local, state or national.

The fingerprints on the right side of the image have been colored-coded to with a “quality map.” The colors provide forensic examiners with a means of marking the quality of the data that can obtained from the print. Blue areas are excellent, green are satisfactory, yellow may potentially contain false or missed features, and red have no value at all.

Photo from NIST

Image description: This infographic created by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) illustrates the percentage change in several categories of violent crimes and property crimes in the United States in 2011 versus 2010.
Overall, violent crime fell 4.0% and property crime 0.8% from 2010 to 2011. Violent crime in the U.S. is down over 13% in the last ten years. The statistics are from the upcoming Uniform Crime Report for 2011. The FBI provides crime statistics in several categories going back to the 1990s.
The infographic reads, “Crime By the Numbers. According to preliminary UCR statistics, reported violent crimes and property crimes in the U.S. were down for 2011.
Murder: -1.9% Forcible Rape: -4.0% Robbery -4.0% Aggravated assault: -4.0% Burglary: +0.3% Larceny-theft: -0.9% Motor vehicle theft: -3.3% Arson: -5.0%”

Image description: This infographic created by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) illustrates the percentage change in several categories of violent crimes and property crimes in the United States in 2011 versus 2010.

Overall, violent crime fell 4.0% and property crime 0.8% from 2010 to 2011. Violent crime in the U.S. is down over 13% in the last ten years. The statistics are from the upcoming Uniform Crime Report for 2011. The FBI provides crime statistics in several categories going back to the 1990s.

The infographic reads, “Crime By the Numbers. According to preliminary UCR statistics, reported violent crimes and property crimes in the U.S. were down for 2011.

Murder: -1.9%
Forcible Rape: -4.0%
Robbery -4.0%
Aggravated assault: -4.0%
Burglary: +0.3%
Larceny-theft: -0.9%
Motor vehicle theft: -3.3%
Arson: -5.0%”

This directory will help you find them.