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Field Office Phone Numbers

FCC Enforcement Bureau Field Offices are responsible for investigating violations of the Commission's technical rules by licensees, antenna structure owners, and radio operators. You should contact a Field Office directly only if you are a representative of a law enforcement or public safety organization, or you have already been contacted by a Field Enforcement Agent and there is an ongoing investigation or inspection involving you or your station being addressed by an FCC Field Office.

For general inquiries and complaints please call 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322). Messages left at Field Office phone numbers may not be returned if the subject matter does not fall within the purview of the Field Office.

For a public safety emergency after-hours or requiring immediate attention, representatives of law enforcement or public safety organizations only should call the FCC Operations Center at (202) 418-1122.

Field Office Phone
Anchorage (907) 271-6342
Atlanta (770) 935-3370
Boston (617) 786-7746
Chicago (847) 813-4672
Columbia (301) 725-1996
Dallas (214) 575-6361
Denver (303) 231-5212
Detroit (248) 471-5661
Honolulu (808) 675-7021
Houston (713) 983-6096
Kansas City (816) 316-1248
Los Angeles (562) 860-7474
New Orleans (504) 219-8999
New York (212) 337-1865
Norfolk (757) 546-0896
Philadelphia (215) 741-3016
Portland (360) 696-6707
San Diego (858) 496-5111
San Francisco (925) 416-9717
San Juan (787) 766-5568
Seattle (425) 820-6271
Tampa (813) 348-1602

last reviewed/updated on Wed Nov 16 11:09:19 EST 2011
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