FBI Wanted

4.1
958 reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this app

The FBI Wanted mobile application is a tool designed to help track down criminals and recover victims. The app provides information issued by the FBI in a user-friendly interface with various search and filtering options not available on the FBI.gov website.

The app enables you to:

§ Use the free search to find fugitives and missing persons by name, nickname, location, or any other descriptive information contained in their profile;
§ Sort or filter profiles by modification date, publication date, field office, status, and subject/crime category;
§ Easily report information by using buttons that either call the FBI or link directly to the Bureau’s online tips page;
§ Customize your home screen based on your preferences for displaying data; and
§ Bookmark individual profiles for easy access later.

Using the App

After downloading the app, scroll through the various summaries and tap “Read More” for the full profile. Each profile includes a map showing the local field office working the case, a link to the poster on the FBI.gov website, and descriptive details on the individual wanted or missing. Tap any image to enlarge the photo. Use the button at the bottom of the page to add the profile to your bookmarks page for future reference.

You can access the settings page by going to the home screen and tapping the wrench icon on Android devices or the handcuffs icon on Apple devices. On the settings page, you can choose how you would like to filter and display information in the app. For example, you can sort profiles according to the following categories: Case of the Week, Ten Most Wanted, Fugitives, Terrorism, Kidnappings/Missing Persons, Seeking Information, Parental Kidnappings, Known Bank Robbers, Endangered Child Alert Program, and Violent Criminal Apprehension Program. You can also organize information by FBI field office, publication or modification date, and status (captured, deceased, located, etc.).
Updated on
Feb 11, 2022

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.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.1
958 reviews
Angel Feliciano
March 28, 2022
It is sad to see all the open cases and people that's wanted every where. I know it will be a long shot of seen one of this wanted individuals in my every day travels but I will give it a try. Also there's nothing wrong with the app... Maybe the computer engineer fellow needs a Better phone or a new profession. Or maybe delete all the emails and porn sites out of it....
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Vince CDL
May 16, 2020
The logic behind the app is out of hope that people will remember the descriptions and depictions of those wanted; which is good. But, the likelyhood of the population remembering these profiles is not great. I propose making it possible for us to search for profiles based on descriptions, ex: caucasian, male, 5' 8", (ocular shape), (jaw shape), (forehead shape), (nose shape)... And to have all the face shapes selectable by pictograms. We are wired to profile, for preservation. Use that.
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A Google user
October 3, 2019
You are the dang FBI.....surely it cant be hard to make a half decent app. It lags, the screen rotation is too sensitive, it takes forever to load, it crashes often...I can go on. You need to reevaluate who you pay to make these. This app could save lives and its built like a high school student made it. Shame.
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What's new

- Bug fixes and improvements