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. 67, No. 12, December

Citizen Complaints: What the Police Should Know
Citizen complaints against police officers act as a barometer measuring the community's satisfaction with the police service they receive. The number and type of complaints filed against officers clearly indicate if problems exist. Citizen complaints...
INTERPOL: Extending Law Enforcement's Reach around the World
A police chief in a small midwestern town receives an anonymous note that an immigrant, a recent arrival to the community, allegedly has a long history of involvement in illegal drug abuse and is wanted in his native country for drug offenses. The...
Moving and Touching Stowed or Checked Luggage: Fourth Amendment Considerations
Officers must consider a number of Fourth Amendment issues when moving and touching luggage stowed or checked with a common carrier. The Fourth Amendment requires that all searches and seizures be reasonable. Before addressing the reasonableness of...
Realtor-Police Partnership for Safety
These newspaper stories depict only a few of the increasing numbers of crimes committed against real estate agents nationwide. Real estate agents have daily, one-on-one contact with various individuals - virtual strangers - and put themselves at risk...