FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - November 2016

Listing of content published in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin in November 2016.

Results: 8 Items

  • November 9, 2016

    Leadership Spotlight: Single Point of Failure

    Agencies with a single point of failure face numerous hazards that ultimately may compromise public safety. Leaders must ensure each member in their department has a backup ready to perform when a crisis occurs.

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  • November 9, 2016

    From the Archives: Police Operations During a Natural Disaster (June 1971)

    A June 1971 article by the Gulfport, Mississippi Chief of Police recounting law enforcement efforts following Hurricane Camille in August 1969.

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  • November 9, 2016

    No-Body Homicide Cases: A Practical Approach

    A practical approach to addressing homicide cases where there is no body.

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  • November 9, 2016

    Law Enforcement Chaplains: Defining Their Roles

    A variety of factors, such as the agency’s size, needs, and financial resources, determine how a department will use a chaplain. To maximize the benefits, both parties must define and agree on the chaplain’s roles.

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  • November 9, 2016

    Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Police Department

    Formed before 1870, the Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Police Department serves citizens of the town and students at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Its patch shows the town fountain, located in Market Square—the center of the downtown area—near a civil war monument. The county seat of Columbia County, Bloomsburg is its largest community and Pennsylvania’s only incorporated town.

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  • November 9, 2016

    Bulletin Honors: Orange County, California

    The Orange County Peace Officers’ Memorial opened in Santa Ana, California, in 1986. In 2011 officials broke ground in Tustin, close to the Orange County Regional Training Academy, for construction of the new memorial.

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  • November 9, 2016

    Clackamas County, Oregon, Sheriff's Office

    The patch of the Clackamas County, Oregon, Sheriff’s Office features the state’s most recognized landmark—Mt. Hood—climbed more often than any other mountain in North America. Serving a mix of rural and urban communities spread over a land area almost the size of Delaware, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office was established in 1845.

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  • November 9, 2016

    Bulletin Reports: Background Checks for Firearm Transfers

    The 2012 statistical tables released as part of this series describe background checks for firearm transfers and provide information regarding the estimated number of firearms applications and denials since the inception of the Brady Act in 1994 through 2012.

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