Federal Law Enforcement
Full list of Federal Law Enforcement results
FBI seeks military applicants–
The FBI hosted a Facebook live interview with two special agents who have prior military service.
Marshals reviewing video of deputy grabbing, smashing woman's phone–
Woman on the sidewalk appears to be filming officers with her cellphone when a deputy U.S. Marshal approaches her.
Texas PD detonates 20K pounds of illegal fireworks–
Under the auspice of the ATF's Lubbock bureau, MPD and three other regional PDs received training on proper disposal for the court-ordered destruction.
Police probe UOF in arrest of Fla. suspect who severed cop's spine–
An inquiry is underway into whether officers' use of force was justified in the pursuit of a suspect who is accused of crashing into a cop and badly injuring him.
2 FBI agents shot, wounded in St. Louis area–
FBI spokeswoman says the incident is not related to the Ferguson protests.
Criminal Investigation Division of the EPA–
Doug Wyllie of PoliceOne interviews Special Agent Scot Adair of the Environmental Protection Agency about the agency's Criminal Investigation Division. This division consists of federal agents who have specialized training and knowledge to detect, investigate and deter environmental crime.
FBI investigates Mo. cop's ECD use after teen hospitalized–
Officer used a stun gun to subdue a 17-year-old during a traffic stop, leaving him hospitalized in critical condition.
Mo. teen shot by cop suspect in recent robbery–
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson released police reports stemming from the case during a news conference where he also identified the officer involved.
Evolution of criminal activities in gangs–
Assistant Chief Calvin Shivers of the FBI's violent criminal threat section discusses criminal activity in gangs.
Feds, protesters clash over Nev. ranch rights–
Federal authorities were on the defensive during the fourth day of a monthlong offensive to remove an outspoken rancher's cattle from lands administered by the BLM.
Boston marathon manhunt detailed in '60 Minutes' segment–
Federal law enforcement officials debated whether to release photos that led to the capture of a suspect in last year's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Throwback: 1951 'Day with the FBI'–
Film from 1951 examines the duties of an FBI employee.
Throwback: 1968 'Bank Robberies'–
Training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1968 contains actual surveillance footage of numerous bank robberies.
Throwback: 'Defense Tactics' circa 1960–
A 1960 FBI hand-to-hand combat training film.
Throwback: 1974 'Forcible Entry' training film–
FBI training film from 1974 demonstrates situations in which police are excused from compliance with statutory knock and notice requirements when forcibly entering premises.
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