The FBI

This series provides an in-depth look at the exciting world of the FBI and the mysteries this organization strives to solve, as well as the crimes they seek to eradicate. A great way to introduce a potential career path to today's youth, this series is sure to stimulate the minds of grade-school children.

Hardcover

ISBN 978-1-4222-0560-0
$275.40
12 volumes
2009
12 & up
7th & up
7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches
A History of the FBI
by Sabrina Crewe

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How to Become an FBI Agent
by William David Thomas

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In these pages, you will follow the process?from application through graduation?of becoming an FBI special agent. Learn about the online application, the forms,and interviews. Try some sample questions from written exams. Then move on tothe classrooms and firing ranges at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Followthe training process through the streets, pool halls, and courtrooms of Hogan'sAlley, the most crime-ridden town in America. Finally, learn about graduation,relocation, and beginning work as an FBI special agent.

Investigate Techniques of the FBI
by Alan Wachtel

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In 1993, a huge explosion rocked New York's World Trade Center, killing six people,injuring hundreds more, and turning the building's basement into a deadly undergroundcave. FBI investigators and explosives experts tracked down the bombers and gatheredthe evidence that sent them to prison. The methods the FBI used to solve that crime arerepresentative of the techniques FBI agents use in a wide assortment of criminal investigations.From old-fashioned detective work to the most advanced forensic technologies,the FBI's arsenal of investigative techniques is vast, sophisticated, and growing.

The FBI and Civil Rights
by Dale Anderson

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For many years, the FBI avoided civil rights cases, but escalating racial violenceduring the 1960s forced the Bureau to begin investigating these cases. Today, theBureau works in three key civil rights areas?hate crimes against minority groups,abuse of power by public officials, and human trafficking. These types of cases posemany challenges to the FBI, but the Bureau today is committed to stopping people whowould deny others their right to be treated with fairness and equality under the law.

The FBI and Crimes Against Children
by Sabrina Crewe

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In its role as a national crime-fighting force, the FBI sometimes pursues the worstof all criminals?those who target and harm children. This volume examines thecrimes that exploit children, looking at everything from online predators to kidnappersand killers and highlighting several famous cases. It shows how and whenthe FBI becomes involved and the techniques used by the FBI's Crimes AgainstChildren team. The book also explains the important relationships between theFBI and its partners in law enforcement and in the community.

The FBI and Cyber Crime
by Robert Grayson

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Computers have changed the way people do business, gather information, communicate. . . and engage in crime. From remote locations in cyber space, criminals can break into acomputer and steal valuable information, including credit card and social security numbers,leading to the theft of people's money and identities. Today, the FBI attacks cyber crime byusing sophisticated technology and developing wide-ranging partnerships with companies,academic communities, law enforcement agencies, and concerned individuals?alldetermined to protect the online community from scam artists, predators, and thieves.

The FBI and National Security
by Robert Grayson

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This book shows the way the FBI operates in the post-9/11 world. By reviewingboth the historical role and contemporary role of the FBI in matters of terrorismand national security, this book shows how the agency has reinvented itself into anintelligence-gathering counterterrorism force bent on stopping any and all terroristthreats against the United States. Protecting the nation from a terrorist attack isnow?and for the foreseeable future?the FBI's top priority, and the agency hasdedicated its resources to accomplishing this important mission.

The FBI and Organized Crime
by Dale Anderson

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The FBI did not enter the fight against organized crime eagerly. However, once it did?and once Congress gave the Bureau powerful weapons to use against crime families?theFBI moved with skill. By finding informants, following the paper trail of money earnedillegally, and using carefully placed wiretaps, the FBI has put hundreds of mobstersbehind bars. Today, the FBI's fight against mobsters often involves working with police inother countries, because organized crime has become an international problem. At thesame time, the FBI has focused on breaking gangs that control the illegal drug trade.

The FBI and Public Corruption
by Robert Grayson

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When people who commit bribery, extortion, or embezzlement work in local,state, or federal government, then their crimes are a form of public corruption.The perpetrators may be elected officials, judges, building and health inspectors,or even police officers. What these people have in common is a position ofpublic trust, and they have chosen to violate that trust in exchange for moneyor something else of value. Rooting out corrupt officials and bringing them tojustice is a task that falls to special agents of the FBI.

The FBI and White-Collar Crime
by Dale Anderson

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When is a basketball signed by retired superstar Michael Jordan not worth a cent?When the autograph is a forgery, that's when. White-collar crime includes anyillegal action that deceives victims to gain money or property. From its early days,the FBI was involved in investigating crimes like embezzling funds from banks. In the1970s, the Bureau put new emphasis on investigating a wide range of white-collarcrimes. Today, agents across the country target criminals who victimize innocentinvestors, mortgage and insurance fraud rings, and insider trading in stocks.

The FBI Files: Successful Investigations
by Dale Anderson

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How did the FBI capture the Oklahoma City bomber in just two days? How did ittrack down the killer of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in just a few weeks? Why did ittake years to solve the infamous 1950 Brink's robbery? How have ordinary citizenshelped bring down the nation's most wanted criminals? Whether it takes carefulforensic science, years of investigative work, a carefully laid trap, or a timely tip,the FBI uses every tool at its disposal to catch the targets of its investigations.

The FBI's Most Wanted
by Alan Wachtel

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In 1952, a young man told the police where he thought they could find the notoriousbank robber Willie Sutton. Sutton was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitiveslist, and the young man had recognized him from an FBI bulletin. This book tellsthe story of some of the FBI's most dramatic cases?and how ordinary citizenshave often helped agents pursue and catch their quarry. From Wanted posters toTV's America's Most Wanted, the FBI has used publicity to make it harder for criminalsto hide and easier for authorities to find them.




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