Classification 91: Bank Robbery
This classification was established in 1936, subsequent to the 1934 passage of legislation that made the robbery of specified financial institutions federal crimes. Such institutions currently include member banks of the Federal Reserve System; all banks organized under federal statute; and all financial institutions whose deposits are federally insured. The FBI, however, does not have exclusive jurisdiction over bank robberies, and therefore, state and local law enforcement agencies also investigate them.
NARA holdings for Classification 91: Bank Robbery
The following records under Classification 91: Bank Robbery are not yet described in NARA's online catalog. Please contact NARA's Special Access Program at specialaccess_FOIA@nara.gov with your reference request.
|Record Group||Finding Aid Entry||Series Title|
|65||UD 10D 13||Classification 91 - Bank Robbery, FBI Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD 09D 9||Classification 91 - Bank Robbery, FBI Headquarters Case Files, 1936 - 1982|
|65||A1 102||Classification 91 - Headquarters and Field Office Case Files|
|65||UD 05D 9||Classification 91 - Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD 05D 16||Classification 91 - Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD 05D 9 A||Classification 91 - Headquarters Case Files, 1963-1978|
|65||UD 05D 16 A||Classification 91 - Headquarters Case Files, 1963-1978|
|65||A1 103||Classification 91 - Index to Headquarters Case Files|