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Field Offices

Report financial crime by contacting a U.S. Secret Service Field Office.
Field OfficePhone Number
ATLANTA FIELD OFFICE404-331-6111
BALTIMORE FIELD OFFICE443-263-1000
BIRMINGHAM FIELD OFFICE205-731-1144
BOSTON FIELD OFFICE617-565-5640
BUFFALO FIELD OFFICE716-551-4401
CHARLOTTE FIELD OFFICE704-442-8370
CHICAGO FIELD OFFICE312-353-5431
CINCINNATI FIELD OFFICE513-684-3585
CLEVELAND FIELD OFFICE216-750-2058
COLUMBIA FIELD OFFICE803-772-4015
DALLAS FIELD OFFICE972-868-3200
DENVER FIELD OFFICE303-850-2700
DETROIT FIELD OFFICE313-226-6400
HONOLULU FIELD OFFICE808-541-1912
HOUSTON FIELD OFFICE713-868-2299
INDIANAPOLIS FIELD OFFICE317-635-6420
JACKSONVILLE FIELD OFFICE904-296-0133
KANSAS CITY FIELD OFFICE816-460-0600
LAS VEGAS FIELD OFFICE702-868-3000
LITTLE ROCK FIELD OFFICE501-324-6241
LOS ANGELES FIELD OFFICE213-894-4830
LOUISVILLE FIELD OFFICE502-582-5171
MEMPHIS FIELD OFFICE901-544-0333
MIAMI FIELD OFFICE305-863-5000
MINNEAPOLIS FIELD OFFICE612-348-1800
NASHVILLE FIELD OFFICE615-736-5841
NEW ORLEANS FIELD OFFICE504-841-3260
NEW YORK FIELD OFFICE718-840-1000
NEWARK FIELD OFFICE973-971-3100
OKLAHOMA CITY FIELD OFFICE405-272-0630
ORLANDO FIELD OFFICE407-648-6333
OTTAWA FIELD OFFICE613-688-5460
PARIS FIELD OFFICE+331-4312-7100
PHILADELPHIA FIELD OFFICE215-861-3300
PHOENIX FIELD OFFICE602-640-5580
PITTSBURGH FIELD OFFICE412-281-7825
RICHMOND FIELD OFFICE804-592-3086
ROME FIELD OFFICE+390-64-674-2736
SAN ANTONIO FIELD OFFICE210-308-6220
SAN DIEGO FIELD OFFICE619-557-5640
SAN ANTONIO FIELD OFFICE210-308-6220
SAN FRANCISCO FIELD OFFICE925-546-6200
SEATTLE FIELD OFFICE206-553-1922
ST. LOUIS FIELD OFFICE314-539-2238
TAMPA FIELD OFFICE813-228-2636
WASHINGTON FIELD OFFICE202-406-8000

The mission of the U.S. Secret Service Cyber Fraud Task Forces (CFTF) is to prevent, detect, and mitigate complex cyber-enabled financial crimes, with the ultimate goal of arresting and convicting the most harmful perpetrators. Through a partnership with private industry, state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) and federal law enforcement agencies, federal and state prosecutors, and academia, the CFTFs effectively leverage the collective expertise of a range of key stakeholders necessary to combat cybercrime. The CFTFs are staffed with special agents, technical experts, forensic analysts operating in the CFTF Digital Evidence Forensic Labs (DEFL), and SLTT task force officers trained through the Secret Service National Computer Forensic Institute (NCFI).

In 1995, the Secret Service New York Field Office (NYC) established the first Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF). The task force was substantially modeled on the existing Secret Service-led Financial Crimes Task Forces (FCTFs), which were established in 1984, following the enactment of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act and the resultant criminal authorities Congress provided to our agency. Leveraging state and local law enforcement partners, in addition to prosecutor offices, private sector industry groups, and academia, the ECTF concept led to increased investigative successes in the emerging field of cyber-enabled criminal activity.

In 2001, in the aftermath of 9/11, the USA PATRIOT (Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism) Act mandated the Secret Service to expand the New York ECTF concept nationally for the “purpose of preventing, detecting, and investigating various forms of electronic crimes, including potential terrorist attacks against critical infrastructure and financial payment systems.” Since that time, 39 additional ECTFs, including two overseas, have been created for this purpose.

In 2018, the Secret Service began evaluating strategic options to improve the organization of Secret Service task forces by combining existing ECTFs and FCTFs. These combined 44 task forces - CFTF - resulted in better coordination with task force partners, consolidation of investigative and technical skillsets during operations.

Secret Service Announces the Creation of the Cyber Fraud Task Force