Dec, 2007
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin: December 2007
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
This issue of the monthly FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin features four articles. The first, "Countering Violent Islamic Extremism," by Carol Dyer, Ryan E. McCoy, Joel Rodriquz, and Donald N. Van Duyn, explains how working with communities and identifying patterns and trends can help counter the spread of extremist ideology. "Words Make Worlds," by Angus Smith, emphasizes the importance of law enforcement and intelligence communities understanding extremist language. "Operation Smokescreen," by Robert Fromme and Rick Schwein," presents a case study illustrating that terrorists are operating in small towns. "A Look at Fusion Centers," by Bart R. Johnson, describes the development and work of fusion centers. Other material in this issue includes an overview of a plastic spike as an unusual weapon, a leadership spotlight on fellowship, and bulletin reports on computer-based training, crime victims, juvenile justice, and education.
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    United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Date
    Dec, 2007
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
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    FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (December 2007), v.76 no.12
  • Subject
    Law and justice/Law enforcement
  • Series
    FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

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