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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - November 2010

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - November 2010

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FEATURES
Proactive Human Source Development
By Robin K. Dreeke and Kara D. Sidener
Law enforcement investigators must proactively develop confidential human sources.

Policing Liquor Establishments
By John L. Gray
One proven method of making a community safer involves attacking the locations of crime and disorder.

Supreme Court Cases 2009-2010 Term
By Lisa A. Baker
A number of Supreme Court decisions of particular importance to law enforcement are summarized.

DEPARTMENTS
Police Practice
Community-Oriented
Policing in a Recession

Bulletin Honors
Contra Costa County, California

Leadership Spotlight
Lessons from the Living Room

Bulletin Report
Gang Survey
FEATURES
Proactive Human Source Development
By Robin K. Dreeke and Kara D. Sidener
Law enforcement investigators must proactively develop confidential human sources.

Policing Liquor Establishments
By John L. Gray
One proven method of making a community safer involves attacking the locations of crime and disorder.

Supreme Court Cases 2009-2010 Term
By Lisa A. Baker
A number of Supreme Court decisions of particular importance to law enforcement are summarized.

DEPARTMENTS
Police Practice
Community-Oriented
Policing in a Recession

Bulletin Honors
Contra Costa County, California

Leadership Spotlight
Lessons from the Living Room

Bulletin Report
Gang Survey

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November 2010
Human Source Development
 
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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:Send address changes to Editor,
 FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
,FBI Academy,Quantico, VA 22135.
Editor 
John E. Ott
Associate Editor 
David W. MacWhaStephanie Mitesser
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 
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Send article submissions to Editor,
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
,FBI Academy,Quantico, VA 22135.
November 2010Volume 79Number 11
Law enforcement investigators must proactively develop confidential human sources.One proven method of making acommunity safer involves attacking the locations of crime and disorder.A number of Supreme Court decisions of particular importance to law enforcement are summarized.
Proactive HumanSource Development
By Robin K. Dreeke andKara D. Sidener
Policing LiquorEstablishments
By John L. Gray
Supreme Court Cases2009-2010 Term
By Lisa A. Baker
20 Leadership Spotlight 
Lessons from theLiving Room
32 
Bulletin Report 
Gang Survey
10 
Police Practice 
Community-OrientedPolicing in a Recession
19 
Bulletin Honors 
Contra Costa County,California
 
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F
or years, many local,state, and federal lawenforcement agencieshave employed tried-and-truemethods for investigating andsolving both large and smallcases. Most of these approachesrelied on identifying humansources and witnesses derivedfrom investigative case infor-mation. Law enforcement per-sonnel found these individuals by reacting to this information,as well as by receiving detailsfrom Good Samaritans whofelt it their civic duty to stepforward.In today’s society andlaw enforcement climate,investigators need to adapt andupdate this model. In main-stream investigative work, thismethodology remains effec-tive for developing the kindof information needed whilereacting to new details gleanedthrough investigation. But, aslaw enforcement profession-als encounter more complexinvestigations in the areas of terrorism, cyber crime, andcounterintelligence,
reacting 
tonew investigative informationis simply not good enough. Bythe time organizations developthe information that may lead to
Proactive Human Source Development 
By ROBIN K. DREEKE and KARA D. SIDENER
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