A Unique Source of
Authoritative Information about
the Nation's Communities
The purpose of law enforcement is to serve the American people by working to improve public compliance with the laws and regulations of society in a just manner. This is equally true for a local police department patrolling a city's streets, the Federal Bureau of Investigation seeking evidence against a suspected terrorist, the federal prosecutor choosing what laws will be enforced, or the Internal Revenue Service auditing a taxpayer.
But who is the public that is served?
For access to basic information about the counties, states, and federal judicial districts where federal agencies and prosecutors do their work:
- Go to TRAC Express and select the area (state, federal district, or county) of interest.
- Fill out the form and the requested information will be returned almost immediately to your browser.
Click the Help link at left for more information.
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