FourFour Two A report by The Associated Press on Thursday found that the FBI failed to alert the California sheriff’s office of the threat posed by an ISIS-inspired gunman in San Bernardino, Calif.
The FBI also failed to warn the California State Police about a bomb threat on a bus in which two suspects were arrested in February, the AP found.
The AP found that when the FBI learned of the March 22 shooting in Garland, Texas, it notified the sheriff’s department about a threat to a mosque, but failed to notify the California Sheriff’s Department.
The California Attorney General’s office told the AP that the bureau had a policy to notify law enforcement authorities if there were credible threats of terrorism.
The sheriff’s Department did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
The report comes after a spate of mass shootings in the U.S. in recent months, including the July 2016 killings of nine people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and a Sikh community center in Minnesota.
President Donald Trump has said he has ordered a review of the FBI and that the agency is “not doing enough.”
He has said the investigation will be led by former New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton and that “this is going to be the greatest ever investigation” into possible terrorism.