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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - May2010

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - May2010

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Options for Reporting Sexual Violence
By Sabrina Garcia and Margaret Henderson
Developments in the field and changing social expectations have made law enforcement agencies reconsider and refine their processes for working with victims of sexual violence.

Interviewing Compliant Adolescent Victims
By Catherine S. Connell and Martha J. Finnegan
Interviewers of adolescent crime victims must understand how to handle these special cases properly.

Fifth Amendment Protection and Break in Custody
By Kenneth A. Myers
Law enforcement officers must have an understanding of the legal significance of a break in custody in terms of the Fifth Amendment privilege against compelled self-incrimination.
Options for Reporting Sexual Violence
By Sabrina Garcia and Margaret Henderson
Developments in the field and changing social expectations have made law enforcement agencies reconsider and refine their processes for working with victims of sexual violence.

Interviewing Compliant Adolescent Victims
By Catherine S. Connell and Martha J. Finnegan
Interviewers of adolescent crime victims must understand how to handle these special cases properly.

Fifth Amendment Protection and Break in Custody
By Kenneth A. Myers
Law enforcement officers must have an understanding of the legal significance of a break in custody in terms of the Fifth Amendment privilege against compelled self-incrimination.

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May 2010
U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
ReportingSexual Violence
 
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DepartmentsISSN 0014-5688USPS 383-310Features
United StatesDepartment o JusticeFederal Bureau o InvestigationWashington, DC 20535-0001Robert S. Mueller IIIDirectorContributors’ opinions and statementsshould not be considered anendorsement by the FBI or any policy,program, or service. The attorney general has determinedthat the publication o this periodicalis necessary in the transaction o thepublic business required by law. Useo unds or printing this periodical hasbeen approved by the director o theOice o Management and Budget. The FBI Law Enorcement Bulletin(ISSN-0014-5688) is publishedmonthly by the Federal Bureau o Investigation, 935 PennsylvaniaAvenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.20535-0001. Periodicals postage paidat Washington, D.C., and additionalmailing oices. Postmaster: Sendaddress changes to Editor, FBI LawEnorcement Bulletin, FBI Academy,Quantico, VA 22135.EditorJohn E. OttAssociate EditorsDavid W. MacWhaBunny S. MorrisArt DirectorDenise Bennett SmithAssistant Art DirectorStephanie L. Lowe The Training Division’sOutreach and Communications Unitproduces this publication withassistance rom the division’sNational Academy Unit.Issues are available online athttp://www.bi.gov.E-mail Addressleb@biacademy.eduCover Photograph© Thinkstock.comSend article submissions to Editor,FBI Law Enorcement Bulletin,FBI Academy, Quantico, VA 22135.
May 2010Volume 79Number 5
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Developments in the eld and changingsocial expectations have made lawenorcement agencies reconsider andrene their processes or working withvictims o sexual violence.Interviewers o adolescent crime victimsmust understand how to handle thesespecial cases properly.
Options or ReportingSexual Violence
By Sabrina Garcia andMargaret Henderson
Interviewing CompliantAdolescent Victims
By Catherine S. Connelland Martha J. Finnegan
Fith Amendment Protectionand Break in Custody
By Kenneth A. Myers
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Law enorcement ocers must have anunderstanding o the legal signicanceo a break in custody in terms o the Fith Amendment privilege againstcompelled sel-incrimination.
 
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Options or ReportingSexual Violence
Developments Over the Past Decade
By SABRINA GARCIA, M.A., and MARGARET HENDERSON, M.P.A.
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lind reporting cangive victims of sexual violence,and other sensitive crimes, asafe haven to le a report at thesame time that it removes thatrefuge from their assailants.”
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For the victim, the benet of such a system lies in havingtime to build trust with thelaw enforcement ofcer andto consider all of the impli
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cations of participating inreporting, investigating,or prosecuting the case
before
making a decisionwhether to proceed. For the law enforcement agen
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cy, this type of reporting canhelp gain intelligence aboutthe local incidence and perpe
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tration of all sexual violence inthe community, as well as buildtrust and credibility with popu
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lations vulnerable to assault.

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