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FBI Combats Violent Crime

Dec 6th, 2013

The FBI is taking an intelligence-driven and proactive approach to combating some of America’s most violent offenders.   Transcript

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Hate Crimes

Nov 29th, 2013

FBI statistics show the number of simple assaults is higher than intimidation offenses when it comes to hate crimes against people.   Transcript

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Internet Crime Pilot Project

Nov 22nd, 2013

An FBI pilot project rolled out to address the growing threat of Internet crime is seeing success.   Transcript

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Public Access Line

Nov 15th, 2013

The FBI is implementing an easy way for the public to quickly provide tips and other information to agents and analysts.   Transcript

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FBI Adds Fugitives to Cyber’s Most Wanted List

Nov 5th, 2013

The FBI adds five fugitives to its Cyber’s Most Wanted List.   Transcript

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President Obama: Comey a “Remarkable New Leader”

Nov 1st, 2013

At FBI Director James Comey’s installation ceremony at FBI Headquarters in Washington D.C., President Barack Obama expressed why Comey is the “perfect” man to lead the Bureau.   Transcript

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LEOKA, 2012

Oct 31st, 2013

FBI statistics show 95 law enforcement officers across the country were killed in the line of duty last year.   Transcript

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Director Comey Speaks at IACP

Oct 28th, 2013

FBI Director James Comey emphasizes the importance of partnership between the Bureau and local law enforcement at the annual convention of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.   Transcript

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National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Oct 3rd, 2013

October is the 10th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The FBI is joining its partners in helping create a secure cyber environment.   Transcript

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TEDAC's 10th Anniversary

Sep 26th, 2013

The FBI and its partners mark the 10th anniversary of a center dedicated to ending the evolving threat of improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, made and used by terrorists.   Transcript