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263rd Session of FBI National Academy Visits Memorial

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As the members of the 263rd Session of the FBI National Academy exited the buses that brought them to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, they made their way to the walls inscribed with the names of more than 20,000 fallen officers.

Celebrating Women's History Month

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As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we also take time to pay homage to Elizabeth Coffal Robinson and Betty Blankenship.

Clarendon County (SC) Deputies Receive June 2018 Officer of the Month Award

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Washington, DC—The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has named Major Donnie Drose, Sergeant Clay Conyers and Corporal Kevin Wilson of the Clarendon County (SC) Sheriff’s Office, as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for June 2018.

Excitement is Just Around the Corner

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Spring is finally here. As I watch the crowds of tourists descend on Washington, DC, for spring break and our beautiful Cherry Blossom Festival, I continue to get more excited about what’s just around the corner.

History Time Capsules: A Window into the Evolution of Law Enforcement

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When the new National Law Enforcement Museum opens its doors next fall, visitors will get an in-depth understanding of how American law enforcement has evolved over the years through a series of time capsules along the Museum’s south wall.

History's Blotter: March 1982 | Broken Windows Theory

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In November 1845, the Cherokee National Council met and established a Light-Horse Company consisting of a captain, a lieutenant, and twenty-four horsemen. The Cherokee Light-Horse’s duty was “to purse and arrest all fugitives from justice.”

History's Blotter: Missing Masterpieces

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In the early hours of March 18, 1990, thirteen masterpieces were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts, worth approximately $500 million. Two thieves dressed as Boston police officers gained access to the Museum by telling a guard they were responding to a disturbance call.

History's Blotter: November 13, 1844 | Cherokee Light-Horse

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In November 1845, the Cherokee National Council met and established a Light-Horse Company consisting of a captain, a lieutenant, and twenty-four horsemen. The Cherokee Light-Horse’s duty was “to purse and arrest all fugitives from justice.”

History’s Blotter: Apache Tribal Police

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For a long time, if you entered any police or sheriff’s department in the country, you would be greeted at the front desk by a sergeant presiding over a large bound book.

In the Heat of the Night is released | August 2, 1967

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In the Heat of the Night beat out The GraduateBonnie & Clyde, and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner for the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1968. The movie follows a black homicide detective from Philadelphia, Virgil Tibbs (Sidney Poitier), who gets embroiled in a murder investigation in a small Mississippi town. 

This Week on FEDtalk

Sorting Through Cybersecurity Part 2: An Internal Agency Perspective

Tune in to FEDtalk this week for a discussion on Cybersecurity Awareness Month. A few weeks ago we heard from industry leaders about top cybersecurity concerns. This week, the individuals leading efforts to combat cyber threats in government will join us to discuss their work.

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FLEOA Elects New National Officers at Bi-Annual Conference

Last week, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association elected the following National Officers at the 25th National Conference held in College Park, Maryland:

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