Federal Agents The Growth of Federal Law Enforcement in America
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Description: With the War on Terror in full swing, the government's involvement in and influence over law enforcement has changed and, in some cases, expanded. While police forces remain under the jurisdiction of the cities and states they patrol, federal agencies have taken on a wider role in combating and prosecuting crime. Agencies such as the FBI, the DEA, the ATF, and now the Department of Homeland Security have wide and varied responsibilities and powers in combating both terrorism and other crimes. But this wasn't always the case. This timely book examines the history of American federal law enforcement as well as its current state in all of its forms. The complex system of agencies, agents, and laws that make up our federal law enforcement program have a long and varied history. Bumgarner looks at the issue of federal police powers and explores how the U.S. Supreme Court and lower courts have interpreted the constitutional limits on those powers. He introduces the reader to the many agencies that make up the federal law enforcement community and the jurisdiction and responsibilities of each, as well as the role federal public policy plays in the criminal justice system. Finally, he reviews emerging trends in federal law enforcement, including the expanding domestic effort against terrorism. Readers of this insightful book will unfailingly come away with a better understanding of the history and inner workings of federal law enforcement.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $44.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 8/30/2006
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The United States Constitution and federal police power|
|Federal law enforcement takes root in America (1700s-1850s)|
|Go West, young man (1860-1920s)|
|Hoover's G-men come of age|
|Overshadowed but not forgotten (other treasury and justice agencies)|
|The inspectors general (and the battle against fraud, waste, and abuse)|
|And then there were 100 (the rest of the federal law enforcement community)|
|Public policy, homeland security, and the future of federal law enforcement|
|Chapters of the Federal Criminal Code|
|Majority and dissenting opinions containing principle arguments for and against broad federal police power from the landmark case of U.S. v. Lopez (1995)|
|Partial list of federal law enforcement agencies and types of officers they employ|
|Table of contents of the USA Patriot Act|
|Selected events in the chronology of federal law enforcement|