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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - January 2010

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - January 2010

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Features
Police Investigations of the Use of Deadly Force
By Shannon Bohrer and Robert Chaney
The use of force and the police investigation of such action can have far-reaching consequences.

Operation Spring Cleaning
By Shawn Schwertfeger
Partnering with the media led to a positive interaction for one law enforcement agency.

The FBI’s National Law Enforcement Safety Initiative
By Charles E. Miller III, Henry F. Hanburger, Michael Sumeracki, and Marcus Young
The FBI has expanded its Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted program to help prevent the death or serious injury of this nation’s sworn personnel.
Features
Police Investigations of the Use of Deadly Force
By Shannon Bohrer and Robert Chaney
The use of force and the police investigation of such action can have far-reaching consequences.

Operation Spring Cleaning
By Shawn Schwertfeger
Partnering with the media led to a positive interaction for one law enforcement agency.

The FBI’s National Law Enforcement Safety Initiative
By Charles E. Miller III, Henry F. Hanburger, Michael Sumeracki, and Marcus Young
The FBI has expanded its Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted program to help prevent the death or serious injury of this nation’s sworn personnel.

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Use of Deadly ForceInvestigations
January 2010
 
112
Departments
ISSN 0014-5688USPS 383-310
Features
United StatesDepartment of JusticeFederal Bureau of InvestigationWashington, DC 20535-0001Robert S. Mueller IIIDirector
Contributors’ opinions and statementsshould not be considered anendorsement by the FBI for any policy,program, or service.The attorney general has determinedthat the publication of this periodicalis necessary in the transaction of thepublic business required by law. Useof funds for printing this periodical hasbeen approved by the director of theOffice of Management and Budget.The
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
(ISSN-0014-5688) is publishedmonthly by the Federal Bureau ofInvestigation, 935 PennsylvaniaAvenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.20535-0001. Periodicals postage paidat Washington, D.C., and additionalmailing offices. Postmaster: Sendaddress changes to Editor,
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
, FBI Academy,Quantico, VA 22135.
Editor 
John E. Ott
Associate Editors 
David W. MacWhaBunny S. Morris
Art Director 
Denise Bennett Smith
Assistant Art Director 
Stephanie L. LoweThe Training Division’sOutreach and Communications Unitproduces this publication withassistance from the division’sNational Academy Unit.Issues are available online at
http://www.fbi.gov.
E-mail Address
leb@fbiacademy.edu 
Cover Photographs
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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
,FBI Academy, Quantico, VA 22135.
January 2010Volume 79Number 1
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The use of force and the police investigation of such action can have far-reaching consequences.Partnering with the media led to apositive interaction for one law enforcement agency.
Police Investigations ofthe Use of Deadly Force
By Shannon Bohrerand Robert Chaney
Operation Spring Cleaning
By Shawn Schwertfeger
The FBI’s National LawEnforcement Safety Initiative
By Charles E. Miller III,Henry F. Hanburger,Michael Sumeraci,and Marcus Young
Notable Speech
Honoring the Fallen
11
ViCAP Alert
UnidentifedHomicide
 Victim
16 
Bulletin Reports
Victim AssistancePeople with Mental IllnessesDrug Control Budget SummaryCriminal Victimization, 2007 
18 
Police Practice
The Anatomy of aPolice Pipe Band
The FBI has expanded its Law 
Enforcement Ofcers Killed and 
Assaulted program to help prevent the death or serious injury of this nation’s sworn personnel.
 
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“When a police ofcer kills 
someone in the line of duty— 
or is killed—it sets in motion a
series of internal and external reviews and public debate that normally does not end until several years later when the civil and criminal court trials are over.” 
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asic law enforcementtraining covers usingforce, including deadlyforce, and investigating crimes,
even those involving assaults
and shootings by police. Therelationship between these twoevents—the use of force and the police investigation of this useof force—can have far-reachingconsequences, both good and bad, for the public, the depart
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sion spends considerable timeand resources training ofcers touse rearms and other weaponsand to understand the consti
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tutional standards and agency policies concerning when theycan employ such force. Societyexpects this effort because of the possible consequences of of 
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cers not having the skills theyneed if and when they becomeinvolved in a critical incident.
Police Investigations of the Use of Deadly Force 
Can Inuence 
Perceptions 
and Outcomes 
By SHANNON BOHRER, M.B.A., and ROBERT CHANEY

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