Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide

Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1616085495
Format: PDF, Docs
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Provides the guidelines the FBI uses in their operations, including protection of First Amendment rights, electronic surveillance, and acquisition of foreign intelligence.

Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide

Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Bureau of Investigation
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1626366055
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Ever wonder what an FBI agent really does? Recently, the Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide has been plastered all over newspaper headlines. The guide “applies to all investigative activities and intelligence collection activities conducted by the FBI within the United States or outside the territories of all countries. This policy document does not apply to investigative and intelligence collection activities of the FBI in foreign countries; those are governed by the Attorney General’s Guidelines for Extraterritorial FBI Operations.” Now, anyone can get their hands on it! Inside curious readers will find the FBI guidelines for: Protection of First Amendment Rights The FBI’s Core Values Investigative Methods Electronic Surveillance Criminal Matters Outside FBI Jurisdiction And many others! The FBI is one of the most secretive government organizations in the country, but with this guide you can peek inside and view what only FBI agents know. This recent unclassified text reveals their ominous power—see first-hand how quickly your rights can be taken away by them. You will be shocked by what you read!

Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide

Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Bureau of Investigation
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 1626366055
Format: PDF, ePub
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Ever wonder what an FBI agent really does? Recently, the Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide has been plastered all over newspaper headlines. The guide “applies to all investigative activities and intelligence collection activities conducted by the FBI within the United States or outside the territories of all countries. This policy document does not apply to investigative and intelligence collection activities of the FBI in foreign countries; those are governed by the Attorney General’s Guidelines for Extraterritorial FBI Operations.” Now, anyone can get their hands on it! Inside curious readers will find the FBI guidelines for: Protection of First Amendment Rights The FBI’s Core Values Investigative Methods Electronic Surveillance Criminal Matters Outside FBI Jurisdiction And many others! The FBI is one of the most secretive government organizations in the country, but with this guide you can peek inside and view what only FBI agents know. This recent unclassified text reveals their ominous power—see first-hand how quickly your rights can be taken away by them. You will be shocked by what you read!

Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide

Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1616085495
Format: PDF
Download Now
Provides the guidelines the FBI uses in their operations, including protection of First Amendment rights, electronic surveillance, and acquisition of foreign intelligence.

The Rights of the People

Author: David K. Shipler
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 1400079284
Format: PDF, Docs
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An impassioned critique of breakdowns in civil rights in the United States throughout the past decade explores specific causes and their impact on everyday life while sharing the stories of innocent individuals whose lives have been painfully challenged. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Arab and Jew. Reprint.

Investigations of Allegations of Cheating on the FBI s Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide DOIG Exam

Author: Carol F. Ochoa
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1437940323
Format: PDF
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In Dec. 2008, the FBI implemented a new DIOG, which described the procedures its employees must follow when conducting domestic investigations. The FBI implemented comprehensive training on the DIOG for approx. 20,000 FBI agents, analysts, and technicians. These employees were required to complete 16.5 hours of live classroom-style training. Moreover, after taking this training, the employees had to take and pass a written, computerized 51-question exam concerning the DIOG. Because of the concerns that there may have been widespread assistance given during the exam, in January 2010 this investigation was begun related to the DIOG exam. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.

Criminal Enterprise Investigation

Author: Thomas A. Trier
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 131535070X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Many cities, towns, and municipalities across the United States have criminal organizations operating within their jurisdictions. This book gives the investigator a guide to probing, evaluating, and analyzing local criminal organizations, with the goal of disrupting and dismantling criminal operations. Subjects covered include investigative field techniques, identification of enterprise vulnerabilities, and an in-depth look into FBI task forces. Intended for law enforcement and other criminal justice professionals, Criminal Enterprise Investigation provides readers with a critical "how to" guide to overcoming criminal enterprise in their communities. Features: Provides step-by-step guide to dismantling criminal organizations Includes real-life examples of successful investigations Covers a wide range of criminal groups, including domestic terrorists, drug cartels, gangs, white-collar criminals, and robbery and extortion rings For those working to combat criminal organizations, this book is an essential guide to best practices. Criminal Enterprise Investigation provides the theory, techniques, and real-world examples necessary to overcome criminal activity for those of any level of expertise, from seasoned criminal justice professionals to those just beginning their careers.

The U S Domestic Intelligence Enterprise

Author: Darren E. Tromblay
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482247747
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Much has been written about U.S. intelligence operations. However, intelligence, as it is conducted in the U.S. domestic environment, has usually been treated in a fractured and sensationalistic manner. This book dispassionately assesses the U.S. domestically oriented intelligence enterprise by first examining its individual components and then showing how those components, both federal and non-federal, work in conjunction to form an often unacknowledged structure that is more than the sum of its parts. The U.S. Domestic Intelligence Enterprise: History, Development, and Operations takes a unique, in-depth approach that assesses not only the current state of affairs but also the evolution of the domestic intelligence enterprise. To accomplish this, it examines the origins and progress of the major agencies to show why they operate in the way that they do. By providing this perspective, the book promotes an understanding of the factors to consider when developing effective intelligence policy. The book is divided into several thematic sections: The evolution of the domestically oriented intelligence enterprise The collection capabilities of the enterprise The role that domestically-developed intelligence has in the analytical process, which informs decision making The use of intelligence to implement decisions via disruption of threat actors The U.S. Domestic Intelligence Enterprise intends to prompt a rethinking of intelligence within the domestic environment. It takes into account the political realities, the organizational cultures, and the evolving missions that have shaped those agencies responsible for positive and negative intelligence and disruption of threats on American soil. This will hopefully provide a counterweight to future knee-jerk reactions and, instead, inspire a thoughtful approach to the advancement of U.S. strategic interests while protecting the rights of Americans.

The Reform of FBI Intelligence Operations

Author: John T. Elliff
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 140086819X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Acts of terrorist violence and foreign espionage may pose a serious threat to the security of the United States; yet recent disclosures demonstrate the great risk in giving an agency such as the FBI unlimited authority for gathering intelligence about terrorists and spies. Taking into account the findings and recommendations of the post-Watergate inquiries into FBI operations, John Elliff analyzes the legal and policy questions posed by a "security police" in a nation committed to constitutional government and the rule of law. The author draws on his experience both as principal consultant for the Police Foundation's research on FBI intelligence operations and as head of the Church committee's congressional staff task force on domestic intelligence. He examines the changes made in the structure and policy framework for FBI intelligence operations, including issues not fully resolved by reorganization and new guidelines. He also covers the standards and procedures for dealing with misconduct by FBI personnel. Dr. Elliff concludes that the present restrictions on FBI activities are necessary and that close supervision and control by the Attorney General will allow the Bureau to operate effectively without depriving law-abiding persons of their privacy or their freedom. Originally published in 1979. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.