66 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1997)

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    January   1997
      Volume   66
      Number 1

      United States
  Department of Justice
    Federal Bureau of
      Investigation
      Washington, DC
      20535-0001
      Louis J. Freeh
        Director
 Contributors opinions and
 statements should not be
 considered an endorsement
 by the FBI for any policy,
    program, or sevice
 The Attorney General has
    determined that the
publication of this periodical is
necessary 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, 935
Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.,
     Washington, D.C.
  20535-0001. Periodical
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address changes to FBI Law
Enforcement Bullein, Federal
Bureau of Investigation, FBI
  Academy, Quantico, VA
         22135.

         Editor
    Kathryn E. Sulewski
       Art Director
       John E. Ott
    Associate Editors
    Andrew  DiRosa
      Julie R. Linkins
   Kimberly J Waggoner
   Assistant Art Director
      Brian K Parnell
      Staff Assistant
      Linda W Szumilo

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   Enforcement Bulletin,
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                               Features





       Policing   Mass   Transit           Law enforcement agencies can work
               By Kurt R. Nelson       with transit  authorities toimprove the
                                           security and perceived safety of mass
                                           transit systems.



        Outside   Employment               Police administrators should establish
             By  Darcy  U. Burton          guidelines forofficers engaged in
                                           outside employment.


Should   You   Be  on  the  Net?           The Internet offers manypotential
          By  Walter W.  Manning           benefits tolawenforcement
                                   tM      agencies willing to participate.




            Searching Pagers               Basic Fourth Amendmentprinciples
            Incident   to Arrest           apply to the search of pagers seized
                               y i .       incident to arrest and the retrieval of
                By Lisa A. Regini       messages within   them.




                            Departments


  8  Police  Practice
     Riot Response


23  FaxBack Response
     How  has  the  Internet
     helped  your agency?


25   FaxBack Question
    What   hotlines  have  you
    dialed?


26  Book Review
    Managing Police Personnel


ISSN 0014-5688                                                                                           USPS 383-310


ISSN 0014-5688


USPS 383-310

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