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Wanted: Notable Speeches

Wanted: Notable Speeches

The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin seeks for its Notable Speech department transcripts of presentations made by criminal justice professionals. Anyone who has delivered a speech recently and would like to share the information with a wider audience may submit a transcript of the presentation to the Bulletin for consideration.

As with article submissions, the Bulletin staff will edit the speech for length and clarity, but, realizing that the information was presented orally, maintain as much of the original flavor as possible. Presenters should submit their transcripts typed and double-spaced on 8 ½- by 11-inch white paper with all pages numbered, along with an electronic version of the transcript saved on computer disk, or e-mail them. Send the material to: Editor, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, FBI Academy, Quantico, VA 22135, or to leb@fbiacademy.edu.

08.09.11

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Analysis of Digital Financial Data
By Robert L. Kardell
Investigators can employ various tools and methods to identify suspicious financial transactions.

Crimes Against Children Spotlight
Child Abductions

Wanted: Photographs

Police Practice
Building an Effective Property Room

The Bulletin’s E-mail Address

Digital Evidence
By Stuart Cameron
Agencies must use up-to-date procedures to fully capitalize on digital evidence.

Notable Speech
What Does It Take to Excel?

Bulletin Honors
St. Charles, Missouri

Leadership Spotlight
Leadership Legacies

Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008
By Lisa A. Baker
Law enforcement managers should know what the ADAAA did and did not change.

Wanted: Notable Speeches

Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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