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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin Moves to Online Only

The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin has been available online since 1991. But starting today, the only place you can find it is on www.fbi.gov. Beginning this month, the Bulletin will no longer distribute hard copy issues. Instead, readers will find a sleeker-looking online format that will improve readability and search capability, maximize accessibility, provide more opportunities for readers and authors to communicate, and be available on mobile devices.

Jan 08, 2013 11:30 AM

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin Moves to Online Only

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It all started in 1932, when the Bureau began publishing a monthly magazine of wanted fugitives and their corresponding write-ups. More than 80 years later, the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin is still going strong...and covers a much more extensive variety of topics. One of the most widely read law enforcement-related publications in the world, the Bulletin’s mission is to inform, educate, and broaden the criminal justice community’s understanding of the current issues facing law enforcement. It does this through academically renowned, peer-reviewed articles submitted by a wide range of authorities, including subject matter experts, national security liaisons, officers and agents in the field, and legal instruction advisers.

The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin has been available online since 1991. But starting today, the only place you can find it is right here on this site. Beginning this month, the Bulletin will no longer distribute hard copy issues. Instead, readers will find a sleeker-looking online format that will improve readability and search capability, maximize accessibility, provide more opportunities for readers and authors to communicate, and be available on mobile devices. The web-only move will also allow for articles to be published weekly as well in shorter form.

This month’s new online-only edition of the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin includes articles on terror liaison officer training, how crisis intervention teams can respond to mental health crises, and investigative tools for Joint Terrorism Task Force officers. You’ll also find familiar features such as the Bulletin Honors, Patch Call, and Notable Speech. While you’re reading, be sure to subscribe to receive monthly updates listing articles featured on the site.

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