what are considered state and federal offices?
does that include local police dept. as well as banks?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
A local police department is considered a municipality office.
State police (State Highway Patrol) are considered as a state office.
The FBI is considered as a Federal office.
Now, about the banks. If a bank robbery occurs and the bank was insured by the FDIC (which is a federal cooperation), then it becomes a federal crime. Generally, however, a bank is privately owned incorporation.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
no, no ! banks are private businesses, police departments are city government ! State is like state franchise board, state parks and beaches ! simple, they almost all have the term "state" and federal almost all have the term "federal" e.g. federal bureau of investigation aka FBI,
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