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The patch of the Colorado State University Police Department in Fort Collins features the school’s prominent stone-columned Administration Building as seen from the south end of the Oval, an expansive park one-quarter mile around. The Oval has been a center of activity on the campus since 1909 and is lined with 65 American elm trees, some of which are depicted on the police department patch. A number of other academic and administrative buildings line this green area, the oldest of which was built in 1881, 11 years after the university’s founding.

The Desert Hawk Fugitive Task Force was founded in 1992 as a joint effort between the FBI’s Phoenix, Arizona, office and local law enforcement agencies to target violent fugitives and repeat offenders for arrest. The task force currently is staffed by two special agents and members of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Mesa Police Department, and Scottsdale Police Department. Its diamond-shaped patch features a vigilant eagle over a background of the sun rising above the desert. The bottom of the patch depicts a set of handcuffs, a symbol of the task force’s great success since its inception.

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March 2012 LEB Table of Contents

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Focus on Psychopathy

Psychopathy
An Important Forensic Concept for the 21st Century
By Paul Babiak, M.S., Ph.D.; Jorge Folino, M.D., Ph.D.; Jeffrey Hancock, Ph.D.; Robert D. Hare, Ph.D.; Matthew Logan, Ph.D., M.Ed.; Elizabeth Leon Mayer, Ph.D.; J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D.; Helinä Häkkänen-Nyholm, Ph.D.; Mary Ellen O’Toole, Ph.D.; Anthony Pinizzotto, Ph.D.; Stephen Porter, Ph.D.; Sharon Smith, Ph.D.; and Michael Woodworth, Ph.D.

Perspective
The Predator
When the Stalker Is a Psychopath
By Sharon S. Smith, Ph.D., Mary Ellen O’Toole, Ph.D., and Robert D. Hare, Ph.D.

Looking Behind the Mask
Implications for Interviewing Psychopaths
By Mary Ellen O’Toole, Ph.D.; Matt Logan, Ph.D.; and Sharon Smith, Ph.D.

Case Study
No More Bagpipes
The Threat of the Psychopath
By Matt Logan, Ph.D.

The Language of Psychopaths
New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement
By Michael Woodworth, Ph.D.; Jeffrey Hancock, Ph.D.; Stephen Porter, Ph.D.; Robert Hare, Ph.D.; Matt Logan, Ph.D.; Mary Ellen O’Toole, Ph.D.; and Sharon Smith, Ph.D.

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