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  • J. Edgar Hoover And The Federal Bureau Of Investigation

    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 bureau. The Federal Bureau of Investigation had limited authority on investigations they could conduct. In the early years of the bureau, “the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigations included investigating; antitrust, banking, bankruptcy, and neutrality,…

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  • Federal Bureau Of Investigation Vs. Apple Case Study

    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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  • Forensic Accounting Essay

    Forensic accountants use acquired training, knowledge of regulations, and accounting practices to complete financial investigations. Their investigations are then used to discover or substantiate evidence. Forensic accountants can be utilized in many areas such as divorce settlements, expert witness consultation, police and government agencies, insurance claims, finance companies, money laundering, fraud, embezzlement investigations, technical discovery cases and many more areas. With the…

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  • The FBI: The Main Prioritiess For The FBI

    contribute to the country, could be pretty hard knowing the fact that they like to stay secretive and most of their cases are top secret. Their priorities are highly focused on 10 things. Which are terrorist attacks, foreign intelligence operations, cyber based attacks with high-technology crimes, combat public corruption, civil rights, combat transnational criminal organization, enterprises, combat major white-collar crime, significant violent crime, federal state local international partners,…

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  • The Shortcomings Of The Uniform Crime Reports

    While the Uniform Crime Reports were ground breaking for tracking crime data nationally, there were many flaws with the system. The Federal Bureau of Investigation would send out paper reports for the local agency to fill out and return. This system leaves a lot of room for human bias, as well as honest mistakes, when reporting crimes. These reasons alone are enough to question whether the reports were an accurate account of crime in the country. Uniform Crime reports also had several other…

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  • The Organizational Culture Of The FBI And CIA

    This essay will discuss the organization culture of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A brief discussion of the historical background of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) it might look like a short comparison and contrast of strategies between the FBI and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Some main points of FBI and CIA will be discussing to find out whether the organizational structures of both agencies support their description of their function. The most well-known wing of the…

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  • The Creation Of Gangbusters By J. Edgar Hoover

    this show and many others, but none so has “Gangbusters”. J. Edgar Hoover was born and raised in the District of Colombia. He would live and work there his entire life. When appointed as the Director of the Federal Bureau…

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  • The Importance Of The PATRIOT Act

    In actuality, it granted federal law enforcement extremely broad and sweeping powers for prosecuting many crimes that don’t involve terrorism, in particular drug trafficking. Many of the provisions within the PATRIOT ACT had been specifically rejected by Congress before 9/11, but very few people, if anyone, actually read the PATRIOT Act as it had been changed in the middle of the night before voting. Our justice system is based upon a simple constitutional tenet. The government must have a…

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  • The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, And Explosives

    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives Michael Wragg Self Jr. Criminal Justice 101 University of South Carolina: Sumter Abstract This simple research paper will briefly explain the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF). The reader will learn about the history of the ATF and how it has expanded into the Bureau it is today. The ATF also has many career opportunities beginning with internships all the way to an ATF special agent. The reader will…

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  • The Behavioric Science Method Of Criminal Profiling

    During its formation, the mission of the Behavioral Science Unit was to promote the incorporation of behavioral science into the training curriculum for federal law enforcement personnel. The role of this body in criminal profiling has involved promoting behavioral science, which is a term that encompasses certain social science disciplines in order to enhance understanding of human behavior. The understanding of human behavior would specifically focus on criminal behavior as well as social…

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