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Report: FBI headquarters in need of a security upgrade

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11/14/2011

WASHINGTON—The FBI's headquarters in Washington, D.C., as well as several annexes in the area, do not meet current security requirements, according to a new government report.

Number of cops killed in line of duty up in 2010

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10/24/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—The number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2010 increased nearly 17 percent from the year before, according to a report the FBI released this week. But the figure has dropped 20 percent since a decade ago.

Former FBI agent weighs in on the role of security in corporate America

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03/28/2011

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—For more than 30 years, Jack Owens worked as an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigations. During his career, he focused on counterintelligence and combating foreign terrorism, namely from threats inside the Soviet Union. For four years of his FBI career, Owens worked undercover targeting spies and attempting to convert them into becoming spies for the U.S.

NYC’s approach to counterterrorism

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08/01/2010

WASHINGTON—No U.S. city has faced more threats from terrorism than New York City. From the Sept. 11 attacks to the attempted bombing in Times Square, the New York Police Department, along with various government agencies and private sector partners, continue to mitigate threats of terrorism.

Pistole confirmed to head TSA

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06/24/2010

WASHINGTON—The AP and other outlets are reporting that the Senate today has unanimously approved President Obama’s third nominee, John Pistole, to head the Transportation Security Administration. First nominated May 17, Pistole, unlike Erroll Southers and Robert Harding before him, was run quickly through the confirmation process with little to no fanfare.

PA takes on ORC, while discussion continues at federal level

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06/01/2010

HARRISBURG, Pa.—The Pennsylvania Senate on May 26 passed legislation that would make it a felony to participate, in any capacity, in organized retail crime, a move that represents ongoing effort at the state level to battle ORC, a crime that often crosses state lines.

Take three: Obama nominates FBI's Pistole to head TSA

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05/17/2010

WASHINGTON—A White House press release yesterday announced President Obama has nominated John S. Pistole to head the Transportation Security Administration (technically Assistant Secretary, DHS). Pistole is currently deputy director of the FBI, a position he has held since October 2004. He has also been in the FBI’s Counterterrorism division, and he began his career as a special agent with the FBI in 1983.

NRF and eBay join forces, despite differences

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03/22/2010

WASHINGTON and SAN JOSE, Calif.--A relationship that has been contentious at times has turned to collaboration after the nation's largest online retailer announced it has partnered with one of the most prominent retail associations to fight organized retail crime.

NRF and eBay join forces, despite differences

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03/22/2010

WASHINGTON and SAN JOSE, Calif.—A relationship that has been contentious at times has turned to collaboration after the nation’s largest online retailer announced it has partnered with one of the most prominent retail associations to fight organized retail crime.

Retailers partner with FBI to help 'connect the dots'

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02/07/2010

WASHINGTON—It’s one of the most common complaints by those in the loss prevention profession: Police don’t take retail theft seriously enough. And how could they be expected to? As police departments continue to face serious budgetary shortfalls that often lead to reductions in manpower, they are being forced to concentrate efforts on the most serious of crimes.

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