FBI National Stolen Art File

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About this app

The National Stolen Art File (NSAF) is a database of stolen art and cultural property. Law enforcement agencies across the world submit stolen objects for inclusion. When an object is recovered, it is removed from the database. However, not all recoveries are reported to the NSAF. If you have information on a work of art in the NSAF, please report it to tips.fbi.gov.

This app enables you to:

§ Use the free search to find stolen objects by location, description, type of art, etc.

§ Filter stolen art by category, such as drawings, watercolors, paintings, tapestries, and more. · Save entries of interest for future reference.

§ Share entries via text, email, or social media.

Using the App

The app defaults to most recently entered objects first.

§ Frame – Use the frame icon in the upper left corner to filter by category or date or submit a tip to the FBI.

§ Art Entries – Once you’ve filtered, select the pieces of art of interest to you and select them to see the description, photos, and how to share information with the FBI. You can also save entries as favorites.

§ Star – If you have selected pieces of art as favorites, go to the star button to see them.

§ Search Bar – Use the search bar to search by keyword or location.
Updated on
Apr 5, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

24 reviews
John Doe
April 26, 2023
Kinda cool. But all the pics in-app are low quality, some of them you can't really see any of what is going on. However, viewing from the links to the site gives better quality.
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May 25, 2023
Yep, would be great if when you called to report something that could be possibly wrong on the see it, say something line or local FBI, or a police department, that they don't laugh at you because you believe that cyber security was an issue. In my region apparently it's not. In my region I guess things like currency conversion, and rewriting programs to alter people's financial statements and balances is not illegal. Thinking and believing that bad things are going to happen because of what you
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John Doe
August 22, 2023
If you lie about everything and want to use chasing other criminals as your excuse too crime and abuse people who you are jealous of because they are better human beings than you, you are pretty much guaranteed a job at FBI. Women and ball-less coward men (the only males fbi hires - cowardly wimp bullies without intelligence or moral code) of FBI follow religion of rapology.
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What's new

- This fix resolves the issue for all types of content updates within the application, improving stability and user experience.