Does the FBI exchange fingerprint or arrest information with domestic and foreign police agencies?
Yes. Identification and criminal history information may be disclosed to federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies or any agency directly engaged in criminal justice activity. As well, such information may be disclosed to any foreign or international agency consistent with international treaties, conventions, and executive agreements, where such disclosure may assist the recipient in the performance of a law enforcement function.
- What is the FBIs policy on sharing information in its files with domestic or foreign investigative agencies or with other governmental entities?
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- Does the FBI exchange fingerprint or arrest information with domestic and foreign police agencies?