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Study of the Fbis Office of Professional Responsibility

By Bell, Griffin B.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000697129
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Title: Study of the Fbis Office of Professional Responsibility  
Author: Bell, Griffin B.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Federal Bureau of Investigation (U.S.), FBI uniform crime reports
Collections: Federal Bureau of Investigation Collection
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Bell And Lee Colwell, G. B. (n.d.). Study of the Fbis Office of Professional Responsibility. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Introduction: Why would a student bring a weapon to school and without any explicable reason open fire on fellow students and teachers? Are school shooters angry? Are they crazy? Is their motive revenge? Hatred for the victims? A hunger for attention?

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.......................1 II. INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................6 A. Mission Statement/Mandate.....................................................................6 B. Process........................................................................................................7 C. History of FBI/OPR....................................................................................9 D. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General -- Right of First Refusal Over Allegations of FBI Misconduct.........................................12 E. FBI?s Current Process for Investigating and Adjudicating Allegations of Misconduct, and for Appealing Discipline..........................................15 1. Initial Processing Office and Case Opening......................................15 2. OPR Investigations: Delegated and Retained..................................17 3. OPR Adjudications: Delegated and Retained...................................18 4. OPR Appeals and Disciplinary Outcomes.........................................22 III. FINDINGS...................................................................................................27 A. Overview...................................................................................................27 B. Findings Concerning Actual or Perceived Disparate Treatment..........28 C. Timeliness of OPR Investigations...........................................................32 D. OPR Staffing and Lessons Learned From Other Agencies...................35 E. OPR Structure..........................................................................................38 F. Other Findings.........................................................................................39 1. OPR Jurisdiction.................................................................................39 2. Automation & OPR?s Intake System.................................................39 3. Procedural Rights...............................................................................40 4. Adjudications.......................................................................................40 5. Appellate Process................................................................................41 6. Communication & OPR Transparency..............................................41 IV. RECOMMENDATIONS.............................................................................42 A. Recommendations to Address Perception of Disparate Treatment......42 1. Congress Should Eliminate the Fifteen-Day Minimum Suspension for SES Officials..................................................................................42 2. FBI Should Develop and Uniformly Apply Effective ?Punishment Guidelines?..........................................................................................43 3. Other OIG Recommendations To Address Disparate Treatment Supported by this Review...................................................................44 B. Recommendations Regarding OPR Structure........................................46 C. Recommendations Regarding DOJ/OIG Oversight...............................51 D. Recommendations Regarding OPR Jurisdiction....................................52 E. Recommendations Regarding OPR Components...................................52 1. Automation & the Intake System......................................................52 2. Investigations......................................................................................53 3. Adjudications.......................................................................................59 4. Appellate Process................................................................................61 5. Communication & OPR Transparency..............................................64 6. Law Enforcement Ethics Unit & Training........................................65

 

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