This is a short passage from the April 97 FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
(university library) from an article titled "Managing for Ethics -
A Mandate for Administrators":
"A recent study established that fast-talking, outgoing, assertive,
and self-confident risk takers represent the best candidates for undercover
work. While this may come as no surprise, the study also concluded that
these personality traits 'are often the same ones predisposing [an officer]
to corruption and psychological distress.'"
Uh, no, it comes as no surprise to us... Thanks.
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Issue #8, 8/22/97
Medical Marijuana: California, New Mexico, Netherlands MS Study | Needle Exchange: George Soros gives $1 Million for NEPs, Family Research Council Distorts Facts | Drugs and the Military: No indictments for marines who shot Texas schoolboy Esequiel Hernandez... ALSO: Cartels hiring ex-US GI's | International News: Australian Prime Minister Cancels Heroin Maintenance Trial, Dutch Prepare to Go Ahead With Their Own Version | Drug Education: Mario Cuomo and William Bennett to co-chair the Partnership for a Drug Free America, Another Study Finds D.A.R.E. Doesn't Work | Media Alert: New York Times Interviews George Soros | Link of the Week: A special friend of DRCNet, the November Coalition champions the cause of current -- and future -- prisoners of the Drug War | Quote of the Week: Undercover cops corruptible? The FBI knows | Editorial: "A Drug Free America"
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