49 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1980)

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                                           LAW
                                           EFORCEMENT
                                           BUILETIN

                          JANUARY 1980,   VOLUME   49, NUMBER   I



                          Contents

Forensic Science       1  Speaker  Identification (Part 1) Three Methods-
                          Listening, Machine, and Aural-Visual
                          By Bruce E. Koenig, Special Agent, Technical Services Division,
                          Federal Bureau of Investigation,
     invstigative         Washington, D.C.
       Techniques      5  Hypnosis:  The FBI's Team  Approach
                          By Richard L. Ault, Jr., Special Agent, Behavioral Science Unit,
                          FBI Academy, Quantico, Va.

 Crime   Problems      9  Automobile  Theft: An Increasing Crime
                          Problem
                          By Samuel J. Rozzi, Commissioner of Police, Nassau County, N.Y., and
                          Det. Sgt. Richard Mueller, Police Department, Nassau County, NY.

         Facilities   14  The  Canadian  Police College
                          By Charles W. Steinmotz, Special Agent, Education and Communication
                          Arts Unit, FBI Academy, Quantico, Va.

   Point   of View    19  Higher  Education for Police Officers
                          By Thomas A. Reppetto, Ph. D., Vice President and Professor of Criminal
                          Justice Administration, John Jay College, New York, N.Y.

The  Legal   Digest  25         The Constitutionality of Routine License Check Stops-
                          A  Review of Delaware  v. Prouse
                          By Daniel L. Schofield, Special Agent, Legal Counse Division,
                          Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.

                     28   Wanted   by the FBI


            The cover     Federal Bureau of Investigation Ilh : by  -tP ir
            VLc.rnt   -   United States Department of Justice  Hom A n
                          Washington, D.C. 20535
                          Williar H. Web:ster, Director

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