58 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1989)

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January 1989, Volume 58, Number  1


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1   The  FBI  and   the  Challenges of the 21st Century

7   Computers in a Small Police Agency
    By Mark  Birchler


earch    10   The Serial Rapist: His Characteristics and Victims
                  (Part  1)
                  By Robert R. Hazelwood  and  Janet Warren

PaTo   18   The Discretionary Patrol Unit-Future Forecasting
                  By Edward  P. Ammann   and Jim Hey


23 Lights, Camera, Action: Video Surveillance and the
      Fourth   Amendment (Part 1)
      Robert A. Fiatal


31 Wanted by the FBI


Law Enforcement Bulletin


United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Washington, DC  20535

William S. Sessions, Director

The Attorney General has determined that the
publication of this periodical is necessary in the
transaction of the public business required by law
of the Department of Justice. Use of funds for
printing this periodical has been approved by the
Director of the Office of Management and
Budget.


Published by the Office of Congressional
and Public Affairs,
Milt Ahlerich, Assistant Director

Editor-Stephen D. Gladis
Managing Editor-Kathryn E. Sulewski
Art Director-John E. Ott
Production Manager-David C. Maynard


The Cover: Chagall's The Fiddler, valued at
$100,000, was stolen September 9, 1988, from
an auction center in Vero Beach, FL.


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