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08.02.16

David Howell Petraeus

This release concerns an investigation into the compromise classified material. The dates in the release range from 2012-2013.
07.25.16

Protests in Baltimore, Maryland 2015, Aerial Surveillance Footage

Complete collection of aerial surveillance footage of Baltimore protests from April 29, 2015 to May 3, 2015.
07.13.16

Honoraria Policy 0867D

The FBI Honoraria Policy (effective 2/25/2016) details the FBI's policy and procedures regarding the request, approval, and payment of honoraria for training - or mission - related presentations to the FBI.
06.22.16

Aerial Video Footage of Protests in Baltimore, Maryland, 2015 (Edited)

Aerial surveillance videos of protests in Baltimore, Maryland during five-day period from April 29, 2015 to May 3, 2015. These have been edited for time and ease of viewing.
06.22.16
06.22.16

Protests in Baltimore, Maryland, 2015

Documents and video related to protests in Baltimore, Maryland, beginning April 25, 2015.
05.31.16

Security Division Processing of Forms Involving Activities Outside of the FBI

Policy Directive 0536D, titled “Security Division Processing of Forms Involving Employment, Organizations, and Activities Outside of the FBI” was instituted on 10/19/2012.It establishes procedures for the reviewing and processing of FD-331 forms that FBI employees must fill out when they take a job or other position outside of the FBI in addition to their federal employment.
05.31.16

Stay-Behind Special Agent Program in Alaska

Between 1950 and 1951, the FBI was involved in planning for and beginning to implement a program to identify and train personnel who would act in a clandestine capacity in Alaska should the USSR invade the area. This Stay Behind Agent Program, also called STAGE by the FBI, was to be done in concert with other government agencies. The FBI abruptly ended its involvement in September of 1951; the reason why is not indicated in the materials released.
05.12.16

Social Networking Sites and FBI Employee Guidance

The “Social Networking Sites and FBI Employee Guidance” is a 2012 document created by the FBI’s Security Division to increase employee awareness of the threats and risks that social networking sites pose and to explain general security issues and specific FBI regulations concerning the use of such sites.
05.03.16

Physical Fitness Program Policy Directive and Policy Guide 0676PG

FBI Agents must meet strong physical fitness standards to ensure that they can successfully perform their duties to the US public and others. This release contains the FBI’s current Physical Fitness Program directive and policy guide detailing the fitness requirements for FBI Special Agents and agent trainees.
05.03.16

Policy Directive 0481D

Policy Directive 0481D details actions taken by the FBI’s Records Management Division, Record/Information Dissemination Section, and other components in responding to requests under federal open records laws like the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act.
05.03.16
05.03.16

FBI Student Programs Policy Guide 0805 PG

This guide provides written guidance on the development, implementation, and administration of the FBI’s student programs, including internships and employment opportunities within the FBI.
05.03.16

Laboratory Reference Firearms Collection Policy LD0020D

Since the 1930s the FBI Laboratory has maintained a collection of firearms and firearm accessories to support FBI investigations. This policy details the use of these firearms and accessories, and defines access to them.
03.03.16

Non-Retaliation for Reporting Compliance Risks

The FBI’s “Non-Retaliation for Reporting Compliance Risks” policy provides a process for FBI personnel to express concerns or report potential violations of the Bureau’s legal and regulatory compliance efforts and encourages employees to report such matters.
02.22.16

James Baldwin

James Arthur Baldwin (1924 to 1987) was a noted American author and playwright. This release consists of information from FBI files between 1963 and 1971.
02.19.16

Black Dahlia (Elizabeth Short)

Elizabeth Ann Short, aka “The Black Dahlia” In 1947, a brutally mutilated female corpse was found in Los Angeles. The press nicknamed the victim “The Black Dahlia.” Her killer was never found. The FBI identified the victim as Elizabeth Ann Short (1924-1947), an aspiring actress. This release details the FBI’s assistance to the Los Angeles Police Department, which investigated the murder, between 1947 and 1948.
01.11.16

Electronic Recordkeeping Certification Policy Guide 0800PG

The Electronic Recordkeeping Certification Policy Guide defines authorities, roles, responsibilities, process and documentation requirements that govern the certification of FBI-owned and FBI-sponsored IT systems. It went into effect on August 14, 2015.
11.19.15

Mario M. Cuomo

Mario M. Cuomo (1935-2015) was a long-serving American politician in the state of New York. This release consists of FBI main files concerning extortionate threats made against Cuomo and others.
11.12.15

2015 Pre-Publication Review Policy Guide

The FBI’s Pre-Publication Review policy went into effect on June 04, 2015.
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