New website looks at the FBI since 9/11

In response to public and media interest in how the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has changed since 9/11, the FBI has created a new website: Ten Years After: The FBI Since 9/11.

The site, launched in August, contains fact sheets, timelines, stories, reference materials, and case highlights that help illustrate the FBI's evolution into a more threat-based, intelligence-driven organization.

The site also contains an overview of the Bureau’s role in the large-scale, multi-agency 9/11 investigation. For example, one section features video accounts of more than 20 agents talking about their work in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. in the moments, days, and weeks following the terror attacks.

Click here to visit the website.

 
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