|Bureau of Investigation|
|Jurisdiction||United Commonwealths of America|
|Headquarters||Redcoat Building, Olympia, United Commonwealths|
The Bureau of Investigation (BOI) is a governmental agency belonging to the United Commonwealths Department of Justice that serves as both a criminal investigative body and an internal intelligence agency (counterintelligence). The agency was established in 2008, as a replacement for the former United States FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).
The agency is headquartered in the Redcoat Building in Olympia, Washington Commonwealth.
Currently the BOI's top priorities are; (in no order)
- Protect the United Commonwealths from Terrorist Attacks (Counter-Terrorism).
- Protect the United Commonwealths from Foreign Operations and Espionage.
- Protect the United Commonwealths from cyber-based attacks and high technology crimes.
- Combat public corruption.
- Protect Civil Rights
- Protect against Race Crimes, Shut down racist groups.
- Combat White Collar Crime
- Combat Violent Crime
The Bureau of Investigation has the primary responsibility for investigating Crime of Indian Reservations in the United Commonwealths, much like the former FBI of the United States. The BOI does not specifically list crimes in Native American land as one of its priorities. Often serious crimes have been either poorly investigated or prosecution has been declined. Tribal courts can only impose sentences of up to three years, and then under certain restrictions.
The BOI's mandate authorizes the Attorney General to "appoint officials to detect and prosecute crimes against the United Commonwealths." Other statutes give the BOI the authority and responsibility to investigate specific crimes. The BOI do not have juristiction for wire-tapping, and monitoring of internet activity, as such activities go against the countries freedom, and any attempts to do so by any BOI member they will be dishonerably discharged.
Organization and Structure
- Office of the Director
- Office of Congressional Affairs
- Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Affairs
- Office of the General Council
- Office of Professional Responsibility
- Office of Public Affairs
- Inspection Division
- Facilities and Logistics Services Division
- Finance Division
- Records Management Division
- Resource Planning Office
- Security Division
- National Security Branch
- Counterintelligence Division
- Counterterrorism Division
- Directorate of Intelligence
- Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate
- Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch
- Criminal Investigative Division
- Cyber Division
- Critical Incident Response Group
- Office of International Operations
- Office of Law Enforcement Coordination
- Human Resources Branch
- Training Division
- Human Resources Division
- Science and Technology Branch
- Criminal Justice Information Services Division
- Laboratory Division
- Operational Technology Division
- Special Technologies and Applications Office
- Information and Technology Branch
- Information Technology Operations Division
- Office of IT Policy & Planning
- Office of IT Program Management
- Office of IT Systems Development
- Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer