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    The Census Bureau

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    16 and over, free white females, all other free persons, and how many slaves there were” (United States Census Bureau). The first census took more than a year to complete. The results were posted in two public places so anyone could see them. Interestingly enough, the earliest census inquired about so many different things, that it took more than a decade to publish the findings. Originally, the U.S. Marshal Service was tasked with carrying out the national census. Eventually they become loaded with other duties that took precedence over the census and as a result, the National Census Bureau was formed. After much trial and tribulation and transfers from one department to the next, the Census Bureau found its permanent home in the Department of Commerce in 1913. Currently, the headquarters of the Census Bureau are located in Suitland, Maryland. The main purpose of the Census Bureau is to properly assign seats to the House of Representatives. In addition to assigning seats, the bureau is…

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    In today's dynamic world of crime and delinquency studies provides a variety of careers opportunities. Federal Bureau of Investigation commonly known as the FBI are one of the most valuable basic career opening professions of today. First, what is the FBI and what do they? Federal Bureau of Investigation is the domestic intelligence and security service of the United States, which serves as the nation's prime source of investigation for the U.S. Department of Justice (“USA history”). The Bureau…

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    The Creation and Impact of the Federal Bureau of Investigation In the early 1900s, Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth president of the United States, decided that there had to be a change to the justice system. Through long meetings with Charles Bonaparte, the United States Attorney General at the time as well as Roosevelt’s right hand man, the two men had come to the decision to create an organized system of investigators that could gather evidence to track down those committing federal…

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    One federal law enforcement agency that I researched was the Federal Bureau of Investigations , known as the FBI. The FBI was created on July , 26, 1908. The FBI was first known as the Bureau of Investigations, this agency did not get the name FBI, until 1935. The first employees for the FBI was 10 former secret service agents they were hired by the department of justice. By 1909, this federal law agency had 34 agents. In 1917, J. Edgar Hoover joined the FBI. During his time in the agency, he…

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    The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) specialists go about as the lead examiners for matters of national security. These specialists can be called upon to perform numerous capacities, extending from field obligation to look into. FBI operators require past law implementation encounter, a four year college education and specific occupation preparing. This job can be hazardous and may require travel and surprising work hours. This job requires a bachelor’s degree often in criminal justice,…

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    The Federal Bureau of Investigation vs. Apple On December 2, 2015, there was a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California that claimed more than a dozen lives of innocent people. The attackers Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook, a married couple that lived in Redlands, California. The married couple also attempted to bomb the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health were this malicious crime took place. However, hours later the couple was found and died in a shoot out with law…

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    J. Edgar Hoover was an intelligent man that used manipulation to his advantage and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to what it is today. Hoover worked for eight United States presidents and served as the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 48 years. Prior to the Federal Bureau of Investigation being under the jurisdiction of J. Edgar Hoover it was named the Bureau of Investigation (BOI). Several members of the Secret Service were hired to become the first agents of the…

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    The Freedmen's Bureau

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    Cimbala and Randall Miller (1999), until then, "there was no tradition of government responsibility for a huge refugee population and no [national] bureaucracy to administer a large welfare, employment, [education], and land reform program." The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, later known as the Freedmen's Bureau, was considered the first United States federal social welfare agency, aimed to repair damages in the aftermath of the American Civil War.…

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    The Freedmen's Bureau

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    The Freedmen’s Bureau was a special organization created by the Congress to protect and assist the Freedmen and poor whites that suffered from damages after the War. However, the bureau did much more than just feeding the poor as they created schools for the blacks, provided medical care and offered protection to freedmen from the wealthy whites. The bureau also negotiated contracts between the planters and the freedmen. Most importantly, the Freedmen’s Bureau created the education opportunities…

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    Sellas share a deep connection. Norris soon discovers that a supernatural group called the Adjustment Bureau does not want him and Sellas to be together. The Adjustment Bureau is a group that serves to keep everyone on track in accordance with their boss’ plan. Since Norris and Sellas are not fated to be together, the bureau strives to keep them apart. Norris, with his own fate against him, ventures to be with his love, Elise Sellas. The two most dramatic themes presented in the movie The…

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