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FBI Youth invites students to take the "special agent challenge," spend a day in the life of an FBI employee, follow a case through the FBI lab, learn about investigations throughout the world...  (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
National Criminal Justice Reference Service provides information and statistics on drugs and crime, law enforcement, juvenile justice, school safety, courts, and other topics related to criminal justice...  (Department of Justice)
Central Intelligence Agency: Electronic Reading Room is a place to find CIA records released or declassified under the Freedom of Information Act. The site includes information on privacy rights, legal news, and a regularly updated list...  (Central Intelligence Agency)
George Washington Appoints First Marshals, 1789 tells the history of the U.S. Marshal service and explains how the Marshals' role in law enforcement has evolved over time...  (Department of Justice)
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