The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

A monthly publication of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin publishes feature articles on law enforcement and officer conduct, and information on new technology and leadership.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 12, December

Community-Oriented Policing Means Business
Police departments across the country profess the value of community-oriented policing. Implementing this popular philosophy requires establishing a closer relationship with citizens. Still, the success and effectiveness of any police department's community...
Computer Crime: An Emerging Challenge for Law Enforcement
Law enforcement has withstood many challenges over the years. Prohibition, organized crime, riots, drug trafficking, and violent crime exemplify some of the complex problems the police have faced. Now law enforcement confronts another problem that is...
Employment Information Release Agreements
Law enforcement organizations need to hire employees who possess the highest degree of integrity, character, and professional competence. The public expects this to be true of all law enforcement hirings, and rightfully so. However, when former employers...
Making Taxes Less Taxing: A Public Safety Millage Campaign
No new taxes. American taxpayers have heard this political battle cry before. Yet, in an era of shrinking budgets, no new taxes may mean not only no new services but also a decrease in the ones already in place. Police and fire officials in Farmington...