21 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1952)

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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin,


JANUARY   1952


CONTENTS


Introduction, by J. Edgar Hoover . . . . . . .

FBI National Academy:
    Forty-eighth Class Graduates From FBI Academy
    Attorney General J. Howard McGrath, Address .
    Admiral William M. Fechteler, Address . . . .

Feature Article:
    Systems Used in Professional Car Theft Operations

Identification:
    Whorl Patterns in Fingerprint Classification
    Questionable Pattern . . . . . . . . . . .

Scientific Aids:
    Glass Fracture Examinations Aid the Investigator

Crime  Prevention:
    Young American Medal Awards for Service, Bravery
    Pearisburg, Va., Junior Police . . . . . . . .
    Stockton Officer To Enter Ministry . . . . . .

Police Personalities:
    New Officers Elected at IACP Convention . . . .
    Sweeney Elected in Pennsylvania . . . . . .
    IACP Employs Kirkwood .  . . . .  . . .  .
    Indianapolis Appoints O'Neal . . . . . . . .

Miscellaneous:
    Auto Thefts Rise During Winter Months . . . .
    Mental Blackout . . . . .  . . .  . . . .
    Field Training....    ..............
    Do You Know This Burglar? . . . . . . . .
    Number Restoration . . . .  . .. . .. .
    Keep Evidence Kits Available for Instant Use
    Wanted by the FBI (John Thomas Hill)  .
    How Should You Report It? . . . . . . . .
    American Academy of Forensic Sciences . . . .


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The  FBI  Law  En-
forcement  Bulletin
is issued monthly
to law-enforcement
agencies  through-
out   the  United
States.  Much   of
the data appearing
herein is of a confi-
dential nature and
its   circulation
should be restricted
to law enforcement
oflicers; therefore,
material contained
in  this Bulletin
may   not  be  re-
printed   without
prior authorization
by   the  Federal
Bureau  of Investi-
gation.


Published  by  the  FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, UNITED STATES
    DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Washington, D. C. -

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