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2012 Subject Index

2012 Subject Index

2012 Subject Index



“In Pursuit of Cooperation: Idaho Police Agencies Join Together,” Mike Masterson and Gary Raney, December, p. 13.

Crime Problems

“Characteristics and Implications of Diversion Safes,” Megan C. Bolduc, April, p. 8.

“False Allegations of Adult Crimes,” James McNamara and Jennifer Lawrence, September, p. 1.

“Protecting Cultural Heritage from Art Theft,” Noah Charney, Paul Denton, and John Kleberg, March, p. 1.


“Synthetic Marijuana,” Roland Macher, Tod W. Burke, and Stephen S. Owen, May, p. 17.


“Honor of the Badge,” Paul F. Williams, August, p. 29.

“Law Enforcement: Do It J-U-S-T-I-C-E,” G.B. Jones, September, p. 19.

“The Power of Police Civility,” Andrew Borrello, August, p. 13.

Interview and Interrogation

“Detecting Deception,” Joe Navarro, August, p. 7.

“Documenting a Suspect’s State of Mind,” Park Dietz, November, p. 13.

Investigative Techniques

“Mastering Rapport and Having Productive Conversations,” Robin K. Dreeke, October, p. 8.

“The Role of Emotion in Predicting Violence,” David Matsumoto, Hyi Sung Hwang, and Mark G. Frank, January, p. 1.


“The Neighborhood Canvass and Child Abduction Investigations,” Ashli-Jade Douglas, February, p. 10.


“Be a Lion,” Steven Casstevens, March, p. 10.

“Becoming More Resilient,” Jean G. Larned, October, p. 25.

“Be of Consequence,” Jeff Green, April, p. 13.

“Change Can Be a Slippery Slope,” Donald Soranno, August, p. 12.

“Count Your Blessings,” Kevin Crawford, March, p. 9.

“Determined Leadership,” Jeffrey C. Lindsey, May, p. 9.

“Different Voices,” Carla A. Johnson, October, p. 7.

“Discovering Inspiration,” Gregory M. Milonovich, February, p. 25.

“Doing the ‘Right Thing’ for the Wrong Reasons,” J.E. Granderson, December, p. 18.

“Falling Prey to Posturing,” Gary R. Rothwell, September, p. 7.

“Idle Hands,” Christopher Lenhard, June, p. 12.

“The Leader Knows Best?” M. Bret Hood, November, p. 6.

“Leading Through Difficulty and Loss,” Kevin Crawford, May, p. 10.

“Learning,” Michael O. McAuliffe, January, p. 24.

“The Meaning and Honor of Service,” John J. Smietana, Jr., February, p. 22.

“Revolutionizing Policing Through Servant-Leadership and Quality Management,” Bill Gardner and John Reece, June, p. 25.

“Strengthening Police Organizations Through Interpersonal Leadership,” Peter J. McDermott and Diana Hulse, October, p. 19.

March2012_Cover.jpgLegal Issues

“Armored Car Industry Reciprocity Act and Local Law Enforcement,” Jeffrey Wennar, December, p. 19.

“Avoiding the Entrapment Defense in a Post-9/11 World,” David J. Gottfried, January, p. 25.

“The Exigent Circumstances Exception After Kentucky v. King,” Michael Pettry, March, p. 26.

“Indian Country and the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010,” Michael J. Bulzomi, May, p. 24.

“Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture: Taking the Profit Out of Crime,” Douglas Leff, April, p. 23.

“Picketers, Protesters, and Police: The First Amendment and Investigative Activity,” Carl A. Benoit, August, p. 17.

“Qualified Immunity: How It Protects Law Enforcement Officers,” Richard G. Schott, September, p. 22.

“Supreme Court Cases: 2011-2012 Term,” Kevin Chechak, November, p. 25.

Mental Illness

“The Corporate Psychopath,” Paul Babiak and Mary Ellen O’Toole, November, p. 7.

“The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement,” Michael
Woodworth, Jeffrey Hancock, Stephen Porter, Robert Hare, Matt Logan, Mary Ellen O’Toole, and Sharon Smith, July, p. 28.

“Looking Behind the Mask: Implications for Interviewing Psychopaths,” Mary Ellen O’Toole, Matt Logan, and Sharon Smith, July, p. 14.

“No More Bagpipes: The Threat of the Psychopath,” Matt Logan, July, p. 20.

“The Predator: When the Stalker is a Psychopath,” Sharon Smith, Mary Ellen O’Toole, and Robert Hare, July, p. 9.

“Psychopathy: An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century,” Paul Babiak, Jorge Folino, Jeffrey Hancock, Robert Hare, Matthew Logan, Elizabeth Leon Mayer, J. Reid Meloy, Helinä Häkkänen-Nyholm, Mary Ellen O’Toole, Anthony Pinizzotto, Stephen Porter, Sharon Smith, and Michael Woodworth, July, p. 3.


“The Attitudes of Police Managers Toward Intelligence-Led Policing,” Scott W. Phillips, September, p. 13.

“Crowd Management: Adopting a New Paradigm,” Mike Masterson, August, p. 1.

“Deployment of Spike Strips,” Gregory R. McMahon, September, p. 18.

“Emergency Vehicle Safety,” Thomas J. Connelly, February, p. 26.

“Intelligence-Led Policing: Connecting Urban and Rural Operations,” John Edwards, June, p. 19.

“Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force: A Preliminary Study,” Anthony Pinizzotto, Edward Davis, Shannon Bohrer, and Benjamin Infanti, June, p. 1.


“Changing Police Subculture,” Mark Malmin, April, p. 14.

“The Disease of Certainty,” Everett Doolittle, March, p. 14.

“Mentoring and Support,” Nicole Cruz, April, p. 20.

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

“Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings: Memory, Stress, and Time,” Geoffrey P. Alpert, John Rivera, and Leon Lott, May, p. 1.

Police-Community Relations

 “Redefining Police Power,” Stephen M. Ziman, September, p. 8.


“eGuardian Gains Momentum,” Colin Dumer, January, p. 12.

“National Gang intelligence Center (NGIC) Unveils Online Tool to Share Intelligence and Assist Law Enforcement,” February, p. 14.

“Social Media and Law Enforcement: Potential Risks,” Gwendolyn Waters, November, p. 1.


“Agroterrorism: Threats to America’s Economy and Food Supply,” Dean Olson, February, p. 1.

“Community Policing to Prevent Violent Extremism,” Dan Silk, October, p. 1.

“The Next Worst Thing,” David Cid, April, p. 1.


“Corrective Feedback in Police Work,” Peter McDermott and Diana Hulse, June, p. 13.

“Interpersonal Skills Training in Police Academy Curriculum,” Peter J. McDermott and Diana Hulse, February, p. 16.

“Training for Deadly Force Encounters,” Timothy Hoff, March, p. 20.

“Training Mexican Police Officers and City council Members: The West Texas A&M University Model,” Harry Hueston, January, p. 17.


November 2012 LEB portlet

Table of Contents

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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