FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - October 2011

Listing of content published in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin in October 2011.

Results: 10 Items

  • October 1, 2011

    Awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Agencies need to understand how to respond to the unique challenges presented by persons with Alzheimer’s disease.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Perspective: Leadership Moments

    Leaders who understand and recognize the three leadership moments organizations face can avoid overreliance on public information officers issuing statements.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Bulletin Notes: 10/2011

    Lieutenant James Wilson and Assistant Chief Jeff McCoy of the Trenton, Tennessee Police Department helped locate and rescue an 18-month-old baby from a house fire. Special Agent Johnnie Carter and Special Agent David Lytal of the West Tennessee Judicial Violent Crime and Drug Task Force disarmed a homicide suspect who was stabbing himself in the chest.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Hope, Arkansas, Police Department

    The patch for the Hope, Arkansas, Police Department depicts the city’s oldest building, its 1912 train depot, adjacent to railroad tracks. These serve to represent the commerce and social growth brought to Hope’s downtown area by the railroad since 1875, the year the city was established.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Montana Highway Patrol

    The Montana Highway Patrol patch was adopted in 1956 as a tribute to the Vigilantes, the first law enforcement group in the Montana Territory. The Patrol star with the state seal is at the center of the patch, above the Vigilante code, “3-7-77.” Around 1863, the Vigilantes began using the code as they sought to bring peace to the territory. To this day, its true significance remains a mystery.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Responding to Persons with Mental Illness

    Encounters with individuals with mental illness present unique challenges for law enforcement officers.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Legal Digest: Disclosure in the Modern Age

    In this technological age, law enforcement must remember the principles of disclosure and discoverability.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Focus on Ethics: Rethinking Ethics in Law Enforcement

    Because ethical conduct greatly impacts public trust, law enforcement agencies must closely examine their policies, reward systems, and training to ensure that their agency fosters a culture of firm ethical values.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Leadership Spotlight: Candor - A Risk You Can Afford to Take

    Candor requires mutual effort—the ability to give it as well as the capacity to receive it.

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  • October 1, 2011

    Safeguard Spotlight: Ingesting Poison - Adapting to Exposure to Child Pornography

    Much like the victims of child pornography crimes, many investigators feel like they have to keep a shameful secret.

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