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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is an agency of the United States Department of Justice that serves as both a federal criminal investigative body and an internal intelligence agency. The FBI has investigative jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crime. Its motto is "Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity", corresponding to the FBI initials.

 
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Evaluation Form for Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted,...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Predict where and how a tragedy is likely to happen and then use that knowledge to prevent it?that?s a good strategy. It?s also a reason to study the narratives in Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA). These brief word pictures sketch the essential facts?the who, what, when, where, and how? about situations that resulted in the death of responding officers. LEOKA also provides tabular data about felonious deaths, accidental deaths, and assaults ...

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2004 Killed and Assaulted Law

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: ALABAMA. A 40-year-old police officer and a 42-year-old sergeant with the Athens Police Department were shot and killed on January 2 while responding to an emergency call. Just before 1 p.m., the police officer and the sergeant, who each had almost 19 years of service to law enforcement, were dispatched to respond to a call from a man who had dialed 911 three times and demanded to speak to the FBI. Upon being told that the FBI does not answer emergency calls, he...

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Summaries of Felonious Incidents

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The FBI publishes Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) each year to provide information about the officers who were killed, feloniously or accidentally, and those officers who were assaulted while performing their duties. Before reviewing the tables, charts, and narrative summaries presented in this publication, readers should be aware of certain features of the LEOKA data collection process that could affect their interpretation of the inf...

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Law Enforcement Officers Killed, 2004

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Methodology. This section includes data regarding the accidental deaths of duly sworn local, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement officers meeting the same criteria as the officers who were feloniously killed: at the time of these incidents, the officers were working in an official capacity, they had full arrest powers, they were wearing a badge (ordinarily), they were carrying a firearm (ordinarily), and they were being paid from government funds set asid...

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Law Enforcement Officers Accidentally Killed

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Methodology. The UCR Program provides statistics in Sections I and II of this publication regarding all law enforcement officers feloniously or accidentally killed, as well as those assaulted. Section III provides information regarding federal officers who were killed and assaulted in the line of duty. The data pertain to federal officers who were employed by the following departments and agencies: the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, the Interior, Justice...

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Federal Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: At this year?s Criminal Justice Information Services Division?s memorial ceremony to honor the fallen West Virginia Law Enforcement Officers, keynote speaker Colonel Gary L. Edgell, Superintendent of the West Virginia State Police, remarked that people not closely associated with law enforcement often wonder why a man or woman would choose a career as a police officer. He stated that the pay is not the best, and the job can be very dangerous and thankless. He fu...

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Law Enforcement Officers Killed, 1999

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Foreword: Information about the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) is contained in the four documents described below: Volume 1: Data Collection Guidelines This document is for the use of local, state, and federal Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program personnel (i.e., administrators, training instructors, report analysts, coders, data entry clerks, etc.) who are responsible for collecting and recording NIBRS crime data for submission to the FBI. It contains...

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National Incident-Based Reporting System Volume 1: Data Collection...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The idea of white-collar crime was first introduced by Edwin H. Sutherland during his presidential address at the American Sociological Society Meeting in 1939. He raised concern over the criminological community?s preoccupation with the low status offender and ?street crimes? and the relative inattention given to the offenses perpetrated by people in higher status occupations. In his book, White Collar Crime, Sutherland explained further that white-collar crime...

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The Measurement of White-Collar Crime Using Uniform Crime Reportin...

By: Cynthia Barnett

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: During the gangster heyday of the 1920s and 1930s, Post Office Inspectors met their fair share of gun-toting sociopaths who targeted the U.S. Mail, especially gold and currency shipments sent by the Federal Reserve Banks to various financial institutions. The man pictured in this original 1934 Wanted Poster would certainly place at the top of any list of the most dangerous postal offenders ever sought by the U.S.

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Tri-State Gang

By: Ron J. Pry

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: A reward of up to $120,000 is being offered by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and U.S. Department of Transportation-Office of Inspector General for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for mailing letters containing the poison ricin and ricin derivative. The vial pictured below was accompanied by a threatening letter addressed to the U.S. Department of Transportation and was discovere...

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Special Reward up to $120,000

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: WEGEN RACKETEERING - BEEINFLUSSTER UND KORRUMPIERTER ORGANISATIONEN (RICO) - MORD (18 EINZELTATBESTANDE), VERABREDUNG ZUM MORD, VERABREDUNG ZUR ERPRESSUNG, DER VERTEILUNG VON BETAUBUNGSMITTELN; VERABREDUNG ZUR GELDWASCHE; ERPRESSUNG; GELDWASCHE.

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Gesucht Wird einer der Zehn Meistgesuchten Fluchtlinge des Fbi

By: James J. Bulger

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: ORGANIZZAZIONI CRIMINALI (RICO) - ASSASSINIO (18 CAPI D'ACCUSA), COMPLOTTO PER COMMETTERE ASSASSINIO, COMPLOTTO PER COMMETTERE ESTORSIONE, DISTRIBUZIONE DI STUPEFACENTI, COMPLOTTO PER IL RICICLAGGIO DI DENARO; ESTORSIONE; RICICLAGGIO DI DENARO.

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Uno Dei 10 Latitanti Piu Ricercati Dallfbi

By: James J. Bulger

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: ROBERT WILLIAM FISHER IS WANTED FOR ALLEGEDLY KILLING HIS WIFE AND TWO YOUNG CHILDREN AND THEN BLOWING UP THE HOUSE IN WHICH THEY ALL LIVED IN SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, IN APRIL OF 2001.

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Fbi Ten Most Wanted Fugitives

By: Robert W. Fisher

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: CONSPIRACY TO IMPORT AND POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER COCAINE; POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER COCAINE; MONEY LAUNDERING; RACKETEERING INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS (RICO) - DRUG TRAFFICKING; CONSPIRACY TO MANUFACTURE OR DISTRIBUTE COCAINE ABROAD WITH KNOWLEDGE OR INTENT THAT IT BE IMPORTED INTO THE UNITED STATES.

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Fbi Ten Most Wanted Fugitive

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Government Reference Publication

CONSPIRACY TO IMPORT AND POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER COCAINE; POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER COCAINE; MONEY LAUNDERING; RACKETEERING INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS (RICO) - DRUG TRAFFICKING; CONSPIRACY TO MANUFACTURE OR DISTRIBUTE COCAINE ABROAD WITH KNOWLEDGE OR INTENT THAT IT BE IMPORTED INTO THE UNITED STATES.

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