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The Port Huron (Michigan) Police Department was established in 1881 and is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Its patch proudly depicts these achievements alongside the historic Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, the first of its kind in Michigan. Built in 1829, the lighthouse marks the channel into the St. Clair River from Lake Huron and is still active. Port Huron is considered the “Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes.”

Anson County, North Carolina is located on the southern border of the state and makes up 553 square miles of rural countryside. Established in 1750, the county initially stretched from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River. The patch of the Anson County Sheriff’s Office depicts a vast pine forest amidst a wide open, blue sky and one of the rivers that border the county. Also featured is a soaring bald eagle, often found along the area’s rivers.

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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

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