The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety and well-being of adopted children in the United States. The FBI conducts background checks on prospective adoptive parents to prevent child abuse, neglect, or exploitation. They also investigate cases of adoption fraud and illegal adoptions to ensure that adopted children are not trafficked or placed in dangerous situations. In cases of international adoption, the FBI collaborates with foreign law enforcement agencies to ensure that children are adopted ethically and safely. By working closely with adoption agencies and law enforcement, the FBI helps to keep adopted children safe and protected.