A suspect is one who has left a crime scene or a crime weapon behind.

But that can be difficult to identify in the heat of the moment.

That’s where fbi.gov comes in.

A team of fbi security officers patrol the streets of Washington DC on Monday, November 23, 2018.

A fbi agent is posted in every city and town in the United States, and they will monitor all activity at the scene of an active crime, including individuals that are considered fugitives and people wanted by law enforcement.

The agents will take notes on the details of the incident, but not the individual who was involved in the incident.

If the fbi agents spot a person who has a firearm on them, they can quickly identify the suspect.

The fbi has more than 6,000 agents working in the field and can track up to a dozen people per day.

The FBI has more agents in the country, but they work alone and can’t be relied on to keep tabs on people that are on the move.

“Fbi agents are working in close collaboration with our local, state, and federal partners to provide the best available, consistent and reliable information on the movements and whereabouts of fugitives, violent offenders, drug dealers, child molesters, sex offenders, and others,” said Fbi chief of station Paul Mays.

In addition to the FBI, there are several other agencies that can help.

Mays said there are local law enforcement agencies that are in contact with each other, and if they have information, they send it over to the agents who will do the tracking.

They also work with law enforcement officers, prosecutors, social workers, and other public agencies to provide information on fugitives.

The fbio.gov system will provide an online portal to all of the agencies, including law enforcement, and the FBI and other federal agencies, to share information about individuals on the loose.

They can be contacted by phone, by email, or by text message.