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Wanted: photographs.

The Bulletin staff is always on the lookout for dynamic, law enforcement-related photos for possible publication in the magazine. We are interested in photos that visually depict the many aspects of the law enforcement profession and illustrate the various tasks law enforcement personnel perform.

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We can use either black-and-white glossy or color prints or slides, although we prefer prints (5X7 or 8X10). We will give appropriate credit to photographers when their work appears in the magazine. Contributors should send duplicate, not original, prints as we do not accept responsibility for damaged or lost prints. Send photographs to:

Art Director

FBI Law Enforcement

Bulletin, FBI Academy, Madison Building, Room 201, Quantico, VA 22135.
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Publication:The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
Date:May 1, 2004
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