62 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1993)

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    January   1993
      Volume   62
      Number 1



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

  William S. Sessions,
        Director

 Contributors opinions and
 statements should not be
    considered as an
    endorsement for any
 policy, program, or service
       by the FBI,

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

 The FB1 Law Enforcement
 Bulletin (ISSN-0014-5688) Is
 published monthty by the
    Federal Bureau of
  Investigation, 10th and
Pennsylvania Avenue. NW.,
Washington  DC  20535
Second-Class postage paid
at Washington. DC., and
additional mailing offices.
Postmaster Send address
   changes to FBI Law
   Enforcement Bulletin,
   Federal Bureau of
 Investigation Washington,
      D.C. 20535.


         Editor
   Dr, Stephen D, Gladis
   Managing  Editor
   Kathryn E. Sulewski
      Art Director
      John E, Ott
    Associate Editors
    Andrew  DiRosa
    Karen F McCarron
  Kimberly J. Waggoner
  Assistant Art Director
     Amea J. Brooks
     Staff Assistant
     Darlene J. Butler


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          I                            Features


Modifying Pursuit Behavior:
            The  9Ts  Approach
                 By Earl R. Morris


             Knock-out Dates:
          Flirting with   Danger
              By James   Schaefer
            and  Murray A. Latzen


               Honors Interns:
    Recruiting   for  the Future
         By  Kathleen E. Kennedy


         Pay  for  Performance
                By  Gil Candelaria,


             Firearms   Training
                   and   Liability
                   By John C. Hall


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The 9Ts approach can assist agencies
in formulating comprehensive pursuit
policies.


Unsuspecting travelers can
become  victims of so-called
victimless crimes.




Agencies must find effective ways
to recruit the most capable workers
for the law enforcement profession.


This process offers an effective system
to appraise employee performance.


Deficiencies in firearms training can
lead to legal actions.


Page
10


Departments


10  Police   Practices
    Crime   Prevention
24  Point  of  View
    Culture,  Mission,
    and  Goal  Attainment


26  Bulletin   Reports


ISSN 001 4-5688                                                                                          USPS 383-310


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ISSN 0014-5688


USPS 383-310

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