65 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1996)

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    January   1996
      Volume 65
      Number 1

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

      Louis J. Freeh
        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 periodical is
necesasry in the transaction
   of the public business
required by law. Use of funds
for printing this periodical has
   been approved by the
   Director of the Office of
   Management and Budget.
   The FBI Law Enforcement
 Bulletin (ISSN-0014-5688) is
 published monthly by the
     Federal Bureau of
   Investigation, 10th and
 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.,
 Washington, D.C. 20535.
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         Editor
  Stephen D. Gladis, Ph.D.
     Managing Editor
     Kathryn E. Sulewski
       Art Director
       John E. Ott
    Associate Editors
      Andrew DiRosa
      Julie R. Linkins
   Kimberly J. Waggoner
   Assistant Art Director
      Brian K. Pamell
      Staff Assistant
      Stephanie L. Lowe

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Cover photo 0 Florida Today


                                 Features






  Social  Protests   in the  1990s           Today's law enforcement agencies
                                             must respond to a variety of social
                By Gary A. Allgeyer       protests   and deal with new types of
                                             protesters.


           Vehicle   Theft  Along            Several agencies in south Texas
                                             formed a task force to counter the
               the Texas   Border            sharp rise in vehicle thefts along the
               By Philip A. Ethridge      Texas-Mexico border.
               and  Raul  Gonzalez



                  Neighborhood               The Neighborhood  Service Team
                                             resolves once-intractable community
                   Service   Team            problems by listening to citizens and
               By Robert  R. Barber          coordinating resources with other
                                             municipal agencies.


             Searching Locked                The legality of searches of locked
                                             containers incident to arrest has yet
Containers Incident to Arrest _         to be settled,   even though several
            By  Edward  M.  Hendrie          courts have addressed the issue.





                              Departments


  8  Call for Manuscripts


14  Police   Practice
     Detection  Dogs


22  VICAP Alert
    Thomas Edward Luther


24  FaxBack Response
    Media   Influence


25  FaxBack Question
    Policing  in the Next  Century


ISSN 0014-5688


USPS 383-310

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