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October 2011

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, October 2011. Responding to Persons with Mental Illness

 

LEB cover October 2011 Responding to Persons with Mental Illness

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October 2011 LEB Table of Contents

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Responding to Persons with Mental Illness
By Abigail S. Tucker, Vincent B. Van Hasselt, Gregory M. Vecchi, and Samuel L. Browning
Encounters with individuals with mental illness present unique challenges for law enforcement officers.

Wanted: Bulletin Honors

Safeguard Spotlight
Ingesting Poison, Adapting to Exposure to Child Pornography
By Nicole Cruz, Ph.D.

Perspective
Leadership Moments
By Billy Grogan, M.P.A.

Awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease
By Robert Schaefer, M.P.A., and Julie McNIFF, M.S.Ed.
Agencies need to understand how to respond to the unique challenges presented by persons with Alzheimer’s disease.

Leadership Spotlight
Candor: A Risk You Can Afford to Take

Focus on Ethics
Rethinking Ethics in Law Enforcement
By Brian D. Fitch, Ph.D.

Disclosure in the Modern Age
By Craig C. King, J.D.
In this technological age, law enforcement must remember the principles of disclosure and discoverability.

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