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FBI’s Civil Rights Program
Barry Leonard (ed)
The Fed. Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the primary fed. agency responsible for investigating all allegations regarding violations of fed. civil rights statutes. These laws are designed to protect the civil rights of all persons, citizens and non-citizens alike, within U.S. territory. The mission of the FBI’s Civil Rights Program is to enforce fed. civil rights statues and to ensure that the protected civil rights of all persons in the U.S. are not abridged. To address these concerns effectively, the program has been divided into four sub-programs. In order of priority, these are: Hate Crimes, Color of Law, Human Trafficking, and Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act. This document describes each of these sub-programs. Illustrations.
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