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FBI: Crime Rates Fell In 2011

June 12, 2012
Violent crime and property crime reported by law enforcement fell again in 2011, according to preliminary data released released by the FBI. When compared to 2010, violent crime fell 4%, and property crime dropped 0.8%.

FBI: Internet Address Switchover Could Impact Online Investigations

June 5, 2012
The FBI is worried that an explosion of new Internet numeric addresses scheduled to begin Wednesday may hinder its ability to conduct electronic investigations.

Spillman Adds Violent Offender File

June 1, 2012
Law enforcement agencies who use Spillman Technologies' software for computer-aided dispatch and data sharing will soon receive a free update that incorporates the FBI's planned "violent offender" file.

Oklahoma City Bombing

May 30, 2012

A deeper look at the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1995 is provided by Andrew Gumbel and Roger G. Charles in "Oklahoma City: What the Investigation Missed and Why It Still Matters." The authors construct a detailed account of the attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building by Timothy McVeigh and others, as well as giving new details about one of the most wide-ranging federal law enforcement investigations in history.

Fake Officer May Be Behind Miss. Road Deaths

May 15, 2012
State investigators warning motorists to dial 911 if they believe they're being pulled over by a police imposter. Two roadway homicides may be connected because both vehicles were found pulled over along state highways, according to authorities.

FBI: 2 of 3 Slain Officers Wore Body Armor

May 14, 2012
In 2011, 72 officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty. That number was 16 more than the 56 officers slain in 2010. Also, 50 officers were killed in accidents, a decrease of 22 officers compared with the 72 officers accidentally killed in 2010.

Deputies Search for Suicidal Calif. FBI Agent

May 14, 2012
An FBI agent thought to be despondent and possibly suicidal remained missing Monday after search teams hunted for him over the weekend in the rugged Verdugo Mountains of Southern California.

Anarchists Planned Bombing of Cleveland-Area Bridge, 2 LE Centers

May 1, 2012
FBI agents arrested five members of an anarchist group Monday who are charged with planning to bomb an Ohio bridge and identifying other targets including a justice center, fusion center, second bridge, Federal Reserve Bank, and Ku Klux Klan location.

Feds Probe Alleged Wiretapping by NFL Team

April 26, 2012
A joint Louisiana State Police and FBI task force is investigating allegations that the New Orleans Saints set up general manager Mickey Loomis' booth in the Superdome so he could listen in on opposing coaches.

FBI to Add Violent Offender File to NCIC

April 20, 2012
The FBI plans to add a "violent offender file" to its NCIC index in August to give field officers more information about the violent offenders who may attack them during a stop.

Anonymous Member Indicted For Hacking Utah Law Enforcement Websites

April 17, 2012
The federal government has filed charges against a 21-year-old Ohio resident who allegedly hacked into the computers of two Utah law enforcement agencies as a member of the Anonymous hacking collective.

Nuestra Familia Member Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking

April 10, 2012
A Northern California man has pleaded guilty to operating a cocaine trafficking conspiracy for the Nuestra Familia prison gang, federal authorities announced Monday.

FBI Probes Police Shooting of Calif. Teen

April 10, 2012
The FBI has launched a civil rights probe into the fatal officer-involved shooting of an unarmed Pasadena, Calif., teenager by officers who were told he was an armed robbery suspect.

Calif. Hells Angels Leader Sentenced In Mortgage Fraud Case

April 5, 2012
The leader of the Santa Rosa, Calif., Hells Angels received a 12-month prison sentence and ordered to pay $130,000 in restitution for his role in a mortgage-fraud scheme.

Fallen Federal Heroes

April 4, 2012

Since Christmas, the federal law enforcement community has lost five heroes. Two were fatally wounded by gunfire, one drowned during a rescue effort, and two succumbed to severe medical attacks.

Tijuana Cartel Leader Gets 25 Years In Prison

April 3, 2012
A federal judge sentenced Benjamin Arellano-Felix, who once ran the violent Tijuana drug cartel, to 25 years to life following his guilty plea to racketeering and conspiracy charges.

Battleground NYC: Countering Terrorism

March 28, 2012

New York City has long been a breeding ground for spies, saboteurs, and terrorists who view it as a top target. In his "Battleground New York City," Thomas Reppetto covers post-9/11 police strategies and recounts law enforcement's efforts to thwart terrorists and covert operators since 1861. Reppetto focuses on the coordinated efforts of the NYPD, Secret Service, and FBI to counter these threats.

Militia Members Acquitted of Police Attack Plan

March 28, 2012
A federal judge acquitted five Hutaree militia members in a plot to overthrow the government that included killing a police officer and bombing his funeral.

ACLU: FBI's 'Positive Intel' Violates Muslims' Religious Rights

March 27, 2012
The FBI used its "mosque outreach" program to illegally obtain information about the religious practices of San Francisco-area Muslims, the American Civil Liberties Union claims.

Feds Arrest Army Soldiers In Murder-for-Hire Plot

March 27, 2012
Federal agents have arrested a current and former U.S. Army soldier who offered to steal weapons from Fort Carson, Colo., and organize a hit squad financed by a Mexican drug cartel.
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