Correspondence to the Department, including the Attorney General,
may be sent to:
- U.S. Department of Justice
- 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
- Washington, DC 20530-0001
E-mails to the Department of Justice, including the Attorney
General, may be sent to AskDOJ@usdoj.gov.
E-mails will be forwarded to the responsible Department of
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To comment on the USDOJ Web site, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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to contact, please indicate such in your message or check
the Component Contact Information
Page to contact them directly.
Please include your mailing address in the event that the
Department replies via United States Postal Service.
Department of Justice Main Switchboard - 202-514-2000
Office of the Attorney General - 202-353-1555
To call component officials, see the Directory
of Department Officials
OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION:
Component Contact Information
To Send Comments to the Identity Theft Task Force
To Report Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail
To Report Child Pornography and/or Sexual Exploitation of
Contact the Crimes Against Children Coordinator at your local
FBI Field Office
or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
a Complaint about Violation of your Civil Rights or Civil Liberties
by a Department of Justice Employee
a Complaint about Waste, Fraud, Abuse, or Misconduct in the
Department of Justice
RESPONSES TO E-MAIL:
Thank you for visiting the Department's "Contact Us"
page. On behalf of the Attorney General, the Department of
Justice would like to thank you for your many e-mail messages
on law enforcement issues and activities and other matters
of special interest to many groups across the nation. The
Attorney General appreciates the fact that so many citizens
have taken the time to express their views and thoughts on
these important matters. In some instances, however, the volume
of e-mail traffic on a particular issue is such that we cannot
respond to each message individually. We would like you to
know, however, that all incoming messages are forwarded to
the appropriate organization within the Department of Justice
and you can be assured that your voices and views are being