46 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1977)

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CONTENTS

MESSAGE   FROM  THE DIRECTOR
  . . . much  can  be done  to  more  knowl-
  edgeably  and effectively handle those victim-
  ized by crime and insure that we are sufficiently
  responsive to their needs.

THE   10-8  SHOW:   A   SUCCESSFUL   POLICE
   INFORMATION  VENTURE,  by Arthur J. Brighton,
   Jr., Community Relations Unit, Police Division,
   Hampton, Va.                                    3

POLICE PERSONAL  PROBLEMS-PRACTICAL CON-
  SIDERATIONS FOR ADMINISTRATORS by
  Howard   D. Teten and  John W.  Minderman,
  Special Agents, Federal Bureau of Investigation,
  Washington,  D.C.                               8

HELICOPTER   RAPPELLING   IN LAW ENFORCE-
  MENT,  by David  J. Kriskovich, Special Agent,
  Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington,
  D.C.                                            16

A   MORE BALANCED CORRECTIONS PHI-
  LOSOPHY, by Hon. Norman A. Carlson,
  Director, Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. De-
  partment of Justice, Washington, D.C.      22

CONSENT   SEARCH   AND  THE  ASSUMPTION   OF
   RISK, by Donald J. McLaughlin, Special Agent,
   Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington,
   D.C.                                          26

$50,000  SURVIVORS'  BENEFITS AUTHORIZED   IF
  OFFICER  KILLED IN LINE OF DUTY                31

WANTED   BY  THE FBI                             32
                   THE COVER
The photograph on this month's cover
captures in dramatic fashion a highly
innovative and useful law enforcement
technique, helicopter rappelling. See
related article beginning on page 16 of
this issue.


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