50 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1981)

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                                                   LAW
                                                   ENFORCEMENT
                               ____BUILETIN

                               JANUARY   1981, VOLUME 50, NUMBER I



                               Contents

                            1   Should  Police  Be Permitted   to Organize  and  Bargain
                                Collectively?
                                By William P. Hobgood, Assistant Secretary of Labor, Labor-*
                                Management  Relations, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C.

                            4   Management: Labor's Most Effective Organizer
                                By Walt H. Sirene, Special Agent, Management Science Unit, FBI
                                Academy, Quantico, Va.

                            9   The  Police Labor  Movement: Prospects for the 1980's
                                By John H. Burpo, Labor Relations Consultant, Combined Law
                                Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), San Antonio, Tex.

                           13   Police On  Strike: What  Triggers  Their  Walkouts?
                                By Marilyn B. Ayres, Writer/Editor, and Richard M. Ayres, Special Agent,
                                Management  Science Unit, FBI Academy, Quantico, Va.
                           1?   Strike Management: Trust, Involvement, Communication,
                                and  Planning
                                By Sheriff John W. Carpenter and Capt. George J. Bregante, (Ret.),
                                Sheriff's Office, Santa Barbara County, Calif.
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                          23    Training: A  Prescription  for Job Action
                                By Edward J. Tully, Special Agent, Education/ Communication Arts Unit,
                                FBI Academy, Quantico, Va.
                          26    Law  Enforcement and Governmental Liability-An
                                Analysis  of Recent   Section  1983 Litigation
                                By Daniel L. Schofield, Special Agent, Legal Counsel Division, Federal
                                Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.
                          32    Wanted   By  the FBI

        rc      THE COVER: Police job  Federal Bureau of investigation  Published by the Office of Congresinal and
             07 t~ actions nationwide  reu- e  ttsD pateto  utc  Public Affairs,4
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                                Washington, D.C. 20535          Inspector in Char~ge
ity -11,wthof f                 William H. Webster, Director    Editor-Thomnas . DeakinA
                                                                Assistant Editor-Kathryn E, Sulewsk,
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                                of 101 1 51 i nece~ssary in the transaction ofite/Ed~j-itor-Karen McCarronr
                                pult no, b uqoiioe ired tby lw of the Depariment of  Produclon Marnagr.Jeffery tLSmmn
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           airS                 appoe by the Directior of the Otfice of Manage~menit arid
               mar~~             ~ i~~~ L iie t Si DechOiembr 28, 1983 .
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