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Offline GreatTrendy

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task forces
« on: November 11, 2013, 11:34:47 PM »
Isn't FBI exclusive? I mean, do their agents work with state, local, or other law enforcement officers on “task forces”?
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Offline SaiyanGreat

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Re: task forces
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2013, 12:04:12 AM »
I guess "exclusive" is not the term as FBI may be discreet in all its *nctions but it absolutely interact and exchange information to succeed on their daily missions. Task forces have proven to be a highly effective way for the FBI and federal, state, and local law enforcement to join together to address specific crime problems and national security threats. In law enforcement, there is what you call “concurrent jurisdiction” that may exist, where a crime may be a local, state, and federal violation all at the same time. Task forces typically focus on terrorism, organized crime, narcotics, gangs, bank robberies, kidnapping, and motor vehicle theft. The FBI also works closely with the Director of National Intelligence and other U.S. intelligence agencies to gather and analyze intelligence on terrorism and other security threats.
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