NPR's All Things Considered
January 2, 2002

The FBI's changing mission in the post 9/11 world has led to changes in the training given to new agents at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. Reporter John MCChesney visited the academy and discovered that the 16-week curriculum now provides more time for learning about such problems as how to respond to a militant militia group in Montana. McChesney also interviewed Bob Blitzer, the former head of the FBI's counterterrorism task force, who contended the curriculum changes were not sufficient. At the end of the on-line summary of McChesney's report, NPR listed two resources for obtaining additional information about the FBI. One was the agency's official web site. The other was TRAC's public web site--




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