Federal police possess enforcement authority as given to them under various parts of the United States Code (U.S.C.). Federal law enforcement officers are authorized to enforce various laws generally only at the federal level. A few agencies have broad federal enforcement powers, but most enforce only narrow portions of federal law. In some cases, they may be empowered to enforce state and local law as well. These agencies may generally have nationwide jurisdiction for enforcement of designated federal law but specifically their power is geographically limited. For instance, most uniformed federal police specifically are limited to enforcing the laws in the properties of the agencies they work for, these are called security police.
Note: this catagory is for Police, Detectives, Gunmen and Bounty hunters.