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Law Enforcement Bulletin Cover Montage

Law Enforcement Bulletin Cover Montage

Cover Montage

The cover montage on the following pages primarily highlights covers from the last 30 years. The Fugitives Wanted by Police covers from 1932 to September 1935 featured only text. The magazine changed its name to the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin in October 1935 and began including pictures of a fugitive on the cover until June 1938. From July 1938 until June 1965, the cover featured only logos. The first photographic covers began with the July 1965 issue, which featured a picture of former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Those covers were either duotone or black and white until the first full-color cover appeared on the January 1989 issue. There are plans to eventually scan and reprint the contents on the magazine’s website of every issue of the magazine, including covers, going back to October 1932. Updates on the progress of this project will be posted on the site.


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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