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2012 Author Index

2012 Author Index

2012 Author Index

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Alpert, Geoffrey P., Criminology Professor, University of South Carolina, Columbia, “Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings: Memory, Stress, and Time,” May, p. 1.

B

Babiak, Paul, Speaker, Author, and Consultant on Leadership Development, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Corporate Psychopath,”
November, p. 7.

Benoit, Carl A., FBI Special Agent, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “Picketers, Protesters, and Police: The First Amendment and Investigative Activity,”
August, p. 17.

Bohrer, Shannon B., Retired Maryland State Police Sergeant and Range Master, “Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force: A Preliminary Study,” June, p. 1.

Bolduc, Megan C., Supervisory Intelligence Specialist, U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service, “Characteristics and Implications of Diversion Safes,” April, p. 8.

Borrello, Andrew, Lieutenant, San Gabriel, California, Police Department, “The Power of Police Civility,” August, p. 13.

Bulzomi, Michael J., Special Agent, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “Indian Country and the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010,” May, p. 24.

Burke, Tod W., Criminal Justice Professor and Associate Dean, College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, Radford University, Radford, Virginia, “Synthetic Marijuana,” May, p. 17.

C

June-2012_Cover2.jpgCasstevens, Steven R., Chief, Cary, Illinois, Police Department, “Be a Lion,” March, p. 10.

Charney, Noah, Art History Professor, The American University of Rome, Italy, “Protecting Cultural Heritage from Art Theft: International Challenge, Local Opportunity,” March, p. 1.

Chechak, Kevin, Special Agent, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “Supreme Court Cases: 2011-2012 Term,” November, p. 25.

Cid, David, Executive Director, Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, “The Next Worst Thing,” April, p. 1.

Connelly, Thomas J., Retired Captain, Los Altos, California, Police Department, President, Management and Public Safety Consulting Firm, Santa Clara, California, “ Emergency Vehicle Safety,” February,
p. 26.

Crawford, Kevin, Retired Special Agent, Faculty Affairs and Development Unit, FBI Academy, “Count Your Blessings,” March, p. 9; “Leading Through Difficulty and Loss,” May, p. 10.

Cruz, Nicole, Analyst, Formerly of the Undercover Safeguard Unit, FBI Criminal Investigative Division, “Mentoring and Support,” April, p. 20.

D

Davis, Edward F., Retired FBI Academy Instructor, Retired Police Lieutenant, Consultant, Virginia, “Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force: A Preliminary Study,” June, p. 1.

Denton, Paul, Chief, Ohio State University Police Division, Columbus, and Retired Commander, Columbus Division of Police, “Protecting Cultural Heritage from Art Theft: International Challenge, Local Opportunity,” March, p. 1.

Dietz, Park, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, “Documenting a Suspect’s State of Mind,” November, p. 13.

Doolittle, Everett, Retired, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Associate Professor, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, Minnesota, “The Disease of Certainty,” March, p. 14.

Douglas, Ashli-Jade, Intelligence Analyst, FBI Criminal Investigative Division, “The Neighborhood Canvass and Child Abduction Investigations,” February, p. 10.

Dreeke, Robin K., Special Agent, Program Manager, Behavioral Analysis Program, FBI Counterintelligence Division, “Mastering Rapport and Having Productive Conversations,” October, p. 8.

Dumer, Colin, Staff Operations Specialist, FBI Counterterrorism Division, “eGuardian Gains Momentum,” January, p. 12.

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Edwards, John B., Chief Deputy, Evans County, Georgia, Sheriff’s Office, “Intelligence-Led Policing: Connecting Urban and Rural Operations,” June, p. 19.

F

Folino, Jorge, Professor of Psychiatry, National University of La Plata, Argentina, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3.

Frank, Mark G., Director, Communication Science Center, University of Buffalo, New York, “The Role of Emotion in Predicting Violence,” January, p. 1.

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Gardner, Bill, Retired Police Chief, Grand Junction, Colorado, Head of Public Safety, Colorado Mesa University, “Revolutionizing Policing Through Servant-Leadership and Quality Management,” June, p. 25.

Gottfried, David, Assistant General Counsel, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “Avoiding the Entrapment Defense in a Post-9/11 World,” January, p. 25.

Granderson, J.E., Special Agent, Faculty Affairs and Development Unit, FBI Academy, “Doing the ‘Right Thing’ for the Wrong Reasons,” December, p. 18.

Green, Jeff, Chief, Faculty Affairs and Development, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, “Be of Consequence,” April, p. 13.

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August2012Cover2.jpgHäkkänen-Nyholm, Helinä, Profiler, Finnish National Bureau of Investigation, CEO of a Psychology and Law Firm, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3.

Hancock, Jeffrey, Associate Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

Hare, Robert, Professor of Psychology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, “Focus on Psychopathy,” July, p. 2; “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Predator: When the Stalker is a Psychopath,” July, p. 9; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

Hoff, Timothy, Special Agent, Firearms and Defense Tactics Instructor, FBI, Detroit, Michigan, “Training for Deadly Police Encounters,” March, p. 20.

Hood, M. Bret, Special Agent, Instructor, Faculty Affairs and Development Unit, FBI Academy, “The Leader Knows Best?” November, p. 6.

Hueston, Harry, Retired Police Chief, Associate Criminal Justice Professor, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas, “Training Mexican Police Officers and City Council Members: The West Texas A&M University Model,” January, p. 17.

Hulse, Diana, Professor and Chair, Counselor Education Department, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, “Interpersonal Skills Training in Police Academy Curriculum,” February, p. 16; “Corrective Feedback in Police Work,” June, p. 13; “Strengthening Police Organizations Through Interpersonal Leadership,” October, p. 19.

Hwang, Hyi Sung, Research Scientist, San Francisco State University, California, “The Role of Emotion in Predicting Violence,” January, p. 1.

I

Infanti, Benjamin J., Student, Forensic Psychology, “Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force: A Preliminary Study,” June, p. 1.

J

Jeff, Douglas, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI, New York, New York, “Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture: Taking the Profit Out of Crime,” April, p. 23.

Johnson, Carla A., Captain, Tucson, Arizona, Police Department, “Different Voices,” October, p. 7.

Jones, G.B., Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, “Law Enforcement: Do It J-U-S-T-I-C-E,” September, p. 19.

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Kleberg, John, Retired Assistant Vice President, Ohio State University, Columbus, “Protecting Cultural Heritage from Art Theft: International Challenge, Local Opportunity,” March, p. 1.

Krause, Meredith, Clinical Psychologist, Stafford, Virginia, “Vigilance Fatigue in Policing: A Critical Threat to Public Safety and Officer Well-Being,” December, p. 3.

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Larned, Jean G., Special Agent, Behavioral Science Unit, FBI Academy, “Becoming More Resilient,” October, p. 25.

Lawrence, Jennifer, Crime Analyst, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, FBI Critical Incident Response Group, “False Allegations of Adult Crimes,” September, p. 1.

Leff, Douglas, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI, New York, New York, “Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture: Taking the Profit Out of Crime,” April, p. 23.

Lenhard, Christopher C., Analyst, Office of Learning Oversight, FBI Academy, “Idle Hands,” June, p. 12.

Lindsey, Jeffrey C., Special Agent, Chief, N-DEx Program Office, FBI Criminal Justice Information Division, “Determined Leadership,” May, p. 8.

October2012_Cover2.jpgLogan, Matthew, Retired Staff Sergeant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Psychologist, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “Looking Behind the Mask: Implications for Interviewing Psychopaths,” July, p. 14; “No More Bagpipes: The Threat of the Psychopath,” July, p. 20; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

Lott, Leon, Sheriff, Richland County, South Carolina, Sheriff’s Department, “Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings: Memory, Stress, and Time,” May, p. 1.

M

Macher, Roland, graduate, Radford University, Radford, Virginia, and Law Student, North Carolina, “Synthetic Marijuana,” May, p. 17.

Malmin, Mark, Retired, Palo Alto Police Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, California, “Changing Police Subculture,” April, p. 14.

Masterson, Mike, Chief, Boise, Idaho, Police Department, “Crowd Management: Adopting a New Paradigm,” August, p. 1; “In Pursuit of Cooperation: Idaho Police Agencies Join Together,” December, p. 13.

Matsumoto, David, Psychology Professor, San Francisco State University, California, “The Role of Emotion in Predicting Violence,” January, p. 1.

Mayer, Elizabeth Leon, Psychiatric Department, National University of La Plata, Argentina, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3.

November2012_Cover2.jpgMcDermott, Peter J., Retired Captain, West Hartford and Windsor, Connecticut, Police Departments, Retired Instructor, Connecticut Police Academy, “Interpersonal Skills Training in Police Academy Curriculum,” February, p. 16; “Corrective Feedback in Police Work, June, p. 13; “Strengthening Police Organizations Through Interpersonal Leadership,” October, p. 19.

McMahon, Gregory R., Intelligence Analyst, FBI Criminal Investigative Division, “Deployment of Spike Strips,” September, p. 18.

McNamara, James, Special Agent, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, FBI Critical Incident Response Group, “False Allegations of Adult Crimes,” September, p. 1.

Meloy, J. Reid, Faculty Member, University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine and the San Diego Psychoanalytic Institute, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3.

Milonovich, Gregory M., Special Agent, Faculty Affairs and Development Unit, FBI Academy, “Discovering Inspiration,” February, p. 25.

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Navarro, Joe, Retired FBI Special Agent and Adjunct Professor, Saint Leo University, Florida, “Detecting Deception,” August, p. 7.

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Olson, Dean, Captain, Douglas County, Nebraska, Sheriff’s Department, “Agroterrorism: Threats to America’s Economy and Food Supply,” February, p. 1.

O’Toole, Mary Ellen, Forensic Behavioral Consultant, Instructor, FBI Academy, “Psychopathy, An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Predator: When the Stalker is a Psychopath,” July, p. 9; “Looking Behind the Mask: Implications for Interviewing Psychopaths,” July, p. 14; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28; “The Corporate Psychopath,” November, p. 7.

Owen, Stephen S., Criminal Justice Associate Professor, Radford University, Radford, Virginia, “Synthetic Marijuana,” May, p. 17.

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index_December2012-index2.jpgPettry, Michael T., Special Agent, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “The Exigent Circumstances Exception after Kentucky v. King,” March, p. 26.

Phillips, Scott W., Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Department, Buffalo State College, New York, “The Attitudes of Police Managers Toward Intelligence-Led Policing,” September, p. 13.

Pinizzotto, Anthony J., Retired FBI Senior Scientist, Clinical Forensic Psychologist, “Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force: A Preliminary Study,” June, p. 1; “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3.

Porter, Stephen, Professor, Founding Director, Center for the Advancement of Psychological Science and the Law, University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Canada, ”Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

Pozzato, Lydia, Special Agent, Behavioral Science Unit, FBI Academy, “Focus on Psychopathy,” July, p. 1.

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Raney, Gary, Sheriff, Ada County, Idaho, Sheriff’s Office, “In Pursuit of Cooperation: Idaho Police Agencies Join Together,” December, p. 13.

Reece, John, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, Colorado, “Revolutionizing Policing Through Servant-Leadership and Quality Management,” June, p. 25.

Rivera, John, Sergeant, Miami-Dade, Florida, Police Department, “Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings,” May, p. 1.

Rothwell, Gary R., Special Agent, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Perry, Georgia, “Falling Prey to Posturing,” September, p. 7.

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Schott, Richard G., Special Agent, Legal Instruction Unit, FBI Academy, “Qualified Immunity: How it Protects Law Enforcement Officers,” September, p. 22.

Silk, Dan, Communications Coordinator, University of Georgia Police Department, Athens, Georgia, Criminal Justice Studies Instructor, University of Georgia, “Community Policing to Prevent Violent Extremism,” October, p. 1.

Slater, Timothy, Chief, Behavioral Analysis Unit 2, FBI Critical Incident Response Group, “Focus on Psychopathy,” July, p. 1.

Smietana, John J., Chief Patrol Agent, U.S. Border Patrol, El Paso, Texas, “The Meaning and Honor of Service,” February, p. 22.

Smith, Sharon, Retired FBI Special Agent, Behavioral Science Unit, FBI Academy, Consultant, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Predator: When the Stalker is a Psychopath,” July, p. 9; “Looking Behind the Mask: Implications for Interviewing Psychopaths,” July, p. 14; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

Soranno, Donald, Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, Leadership Fellow, FBI Academy, “Change Can Be a Slippery Slope,” August, p. 12.

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Waters, Gwendolyn, Captain, San Bernardino, California, Police Department, “Social Media and Law Enforcement: Potential Risks,” November, p. 1.

Wennar, Jeffrey, Assistant State’s Attorney, Montgomery County, Maryland, “Armored Car Industry Reciprocity Act and Local Law Enforcement,” December,
p. 19.

Williams, Paul F., Chief, Springfield, Missouri, Police Department, “Honor of the Badge,” August, p. 29.

Woodworth, Michael, Registered Psychologist, Associate Professor, University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Canada, “Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” July, p. 3; “The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” July, p. 28.

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Ziman, Stephen M., Director of Security, Private Security and Consulting Firm, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois, “Redefining Police Power,” September, p. 8.

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November 2012 LEB portlet

Table of Contents
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Back to the Cover

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
A History

Vigilance Fatigue in Policing
A Critical Threat to Public Safety and Officer Well-Being
By Meredith Krause, Ph.D.

ViCAP Alert
Unidentified Female Found

Police Practice
In Pursuit of Cooperation: Idaho Police Agencies Join Together
By Mike Masterson and Gary Raney, M.A.

Cover Montage

Leadership Spotlight
Doing the “Right Thing” for the Wrong Reasons
Abuse of Police Discretion

Armored Car Industry
Reciprocity Act and Local Law Enforcement
By Jeffrey T. Wennar

Bulletin Honors
Columbus, Ohio Division of Police Memorial

2012 Subject Index

2012 Author Index

Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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