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FBI: 41 Officers Feloniously Killed Last Year, 20% Decrease from 2014

May 17, 2016
Preliminary statistics released today by the FBI show that 41 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty in 2015. This is a decrease of almost 20 percent when compared with the 51 officers killed in 2014. By region, 19 officers died as a result of criminal acts that occurred in the South, nine officers in the West, five officers in the Midwest, four in the Northeast, and four in Puerto Rico.

FBI Finds $2.3 million Linked to Drug Ring in House Near Disneyland

May 16, 2016
About a block from Disneyland, federal agents seized $2.3 million in cash that allegedly came from a drug-trafficking and money-laundering group with links to the hometown of the notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, authorities said.

After Manhunt, Suspect in Illinois Officer Shooting Is Killed

May 16, 2016
An Illinois man suspected of shooting a police officer after a traffic stop was shot and killed in an incident that also left an FBI agent wounded, Illinois State Police said Sunday.

FBI Director Says "Viral Video Effect" Deters Proactive Policing

May 13, 2016
FBI Director James Comey reignited the factious debate over a so-called “Ferguson effect” on Wednesday, saying that he believed less aggressive policing was driving an alarming spike in murders in many cities.

Video: San Bernardino Shooter’s Brother, 2 Others Arrested by FBI

April 28, 2016
Three people connected to San Bernardino, CA, mass shooting gunman Syed Rizwan Farook, including his older brother, were arrested on charges of federal conspiracy, marriage fraud, federal authorities announced Thursday morning.

San Bernardino Shooter’s Brother, 2 Others Arrested by FBI

April 28, 2016
Three people connected to San Bernardino, CA, mass shooting gunman Syed Rizwan Farook, including his older brother, were arrested on charges of federal conspiracy, marriage fraud, federal authorities announced Thursday morning. More Here.

FBI Agent Wounded in Kansas Shootout Still in Hospital

April 26, 2016
One of three federal agents injured during a fiery weekend shootout at a Kansas motel remained hospitalized Monday as investigators sought to identify the body found inside the suspect's charred motel room.

Video: FBI Paid More Than $1.3 Million to Crack Terrorist's iPhone

April 22, 2016
The FBI paid at least $1.3 million dollars for the tool that allowed it to break into the iPhone 5 used by San Bernardino terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook, agency director James Comey said Thursday.

FBI Paid More Than $1.3 Million to Crack Terrorist's iPhone

April 22, 2016
The FBI paid at least $1.3 million dollars for the tool that allowed it to break into the iPhone 5 used by San Bernardino terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook, agency director James Comey said Thursday. More Here.

FBI Marks 30th Anniversary of Deadly Miami Shootout

April 12, 2016
Thirty years ago, FBI agents Ben Grogan and Jerry Dove died in a vicious gun battle with two heavily armed suspected bank robbers in Miami-Dade’s Suniland area, which is now part of Pinecrest. It’s described as the bloodiest shootout in FBI history. More Here.

Video: FBI Marks 30th Anniversary of Deadly Miami Shootout

April 12, 2016
Thirty years ago, FBI agents Ben Grogan and Jerry Dove died in a vicious gun battle with two heavily armed suspected bank robbers in Miami-Dade’s Suniland area, which is now part of Pinecrest. It’s described as the bloodiest shootout in FBI history.

Cybercriminals Targeting Police, Hospitals, Schools for Ransom

April 12, 2016
But if this happens to your agency, don't expect the ransom to be $350. So-called ransomware attacks have surged so sharply that the FBI says hacking victims in the United States have paid more than $209 million in ransom payments in the first three months of this year, compared with $25 million in all of 2015. The FBI has not reported any arrests.

Hundreds of Requests to Unlock Phones Flood FBI

April 11, 2016
At the same time the FBI was struggling to unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook, the agency was being inundated with requests from state and local law enforcement seeking help accessing the contents of hundreds of encrypted or damaged cellphones linked to unrelated criminal investigations scattered across the country

FBI to Help Unlock Arkansas Murder Victim's iPhone

March 31, 2016
In what might be a landmark decision for state and local law enforcement, the FBI has agreed to unlock an iPhone and iPod in an Arkansas murder case—a decision that will likely have agencies all over the country asking for help in similar cases.

FBI Unlocks San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone, Drops Apple Legal Fight

March 28, 2016
Federal officials said Monday that they have unlocked the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters and are dropping a request in front of a federal judge that sought to force Apple to help with that effort.

FBI Agents Under Investigation for Shots Fired in Oregon Standoff Arrest

March 8, 2016
FBI agents involved in the traffic stop that led to the killing of one of the armed occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge are under investigation for not disclosing they fired shots that missed Robert "LaVoy" Finicum.

FLEOA Blasts Apple's Refusal to Cooperate With FBI

February 18, 2016
Following Apple Inc.'s refusal of a duly issued federal court order to assist the FBI in the procurement of data from the phones of the terrorist attackers in the San Bernardino, CA, shooting, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association National President Nathan Catura issued the following statement.

Here's Why the FBI Forcing Apple to Break Into an iPhone Is a Big Deal

February 17, 2016
When U.S. Magistrate Sheri Pym ruled that Apple must help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the killers in the San Bernardino, CA, shootings, the tech world shuddered. Apple's CEO doesn't want to create a "backdoor" to let the FBI in.

FBI Arrests 46 Georgia Correctional Officers in Drug Trafficking Sting

February 11, 2016
The probe found that prison guards and staff were smuggling contraband such as liquor, tobacco, and cell phones into the cell blocks for money. Inmates used the illegal cell phones to commit wire fraud, money laundering, and identity theft.

Standoff Ends at Oregon Wildlife Refuge, Suspects Surrender to FBI

February 11, 2016
Agents "moved to contain" the holdouts Wednesday night after one allegedly drove outside previously-established barricades and then back in at high speed when approached by the FBI, the bureau said in a statement.
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