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Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide

Investigation Federal Bureau of

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Summary

This recently unclassified text reveals the inner workings of the FBI’s domestic investigation and intelligence gathering activities. 
 
Every American citizen should be aware of how the federal government goes about the business of maintaining law and order across the country. This is especially true at a time when issues of mass surveillance and operational overreach have become major concerns. This guide provides a clear understanding of all investigative and intelligence collection conducted by the FBI within the United States.  
 
The FBI is one of the most powerful and secretive government organizations in the country. This newly unclassified text offers a rare inside view of how it operates. In its pages, readers will find the FBI guidelines for: 
 
Protection of First Amendment Rights 
 
The FBI’s Core Values 
 
Investigative Methods 
 
Electronic Surveillance 
 
Criminal Matters Outside FBI Jurisdiction 
 
And many others!
Available since: 01/05/2012.
Print length: 424 pages.

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