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Holiday Scams

Dec 17th, 2010

There are plenty of legitimate websites for purchasing products, but the holidays seem to bring out the scammers, who use the same tricks each year…   Transcript

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Indian Country

Dec 10th, 2010

The FBI’s Indian Country program addresses the most egregious crimes on Native Indian lands where the Bureau has responsibility.   Transcript

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Hate Crimes

Dec 3rd, 2010

Cynthia Deitle, unit chief for the FBI’s civil rights program, says federal jurisdiction has been expanded with the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009.   Transcript

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Safe Streets Task Forces II

Nov 26th, 2010

One way law enforcement can address gang problems is through the FBI’s Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Forces.   Transcript

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Safe Streets Task Forces I

Nov 19th, 2010

The FBI’s Safe Streets program is designed to eliminate threats and violence in communities across the country.   Transcript

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Freedom of Information Requests II

Nov 12th, 2010

FBI’s David Hardy says a Freedom of Information request is the government’s way of allowing individuals to see agency records.   Transcript

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Freedom of Information Act Requests

Nov 5th, 2010

David Hardy, chief of the FBI’s FOIA program, says the Bureau has processed requests for 37 years and currently receives about 15,000 requests per year.   Transcript

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FBI’s New Website

Oct 29th, 2010

The FBI gets about 30-35 million visits to its website every year…now it’s easier for those visitors to navigate that site.   Transcript

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Regional Computer Forensics Laboratories

Oct 22nd, 2010

A computer set on fire, a cell phone in the sewer…both can be routine work for lab examiners retrieving digital evidence.   Transcript

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