About ten years ago, before most people became aware of this underworld, the only law enforcement group chasing them down was the FBI and the Secret Service. They were known simply as LE.
I noticed from your post that you do not consider corrections officers LEO, but many would beg to differ as they consider themselves the front line in intelligence gathering for their brothers on the other side of the walls. These days, with the sophistication and reach of prison gangs to the streets outside the prisons, the guards are the best source of information assisting the federal law enforcement officials indicated in your article. They can be considered a part of the Criminal Justice system, some might say even Law Enforcement. I classified it as such, because most prison guards do not have powers to enforce the Law.
But, I still agree with your point of view, they are certainly an invaluable asset in the criminal justice community. I have served the state for 26 years. My current assignment is the patrol officer for the graveyard shift. I patrol and respond to calls for service from civilian workers and residents. I write reports and investigate all types of crimes and traffic accidents. I conduct traffic stops, some for infractions and some felony. I know the penal code, vehicle code, welfare and institutions code and the health and safety code.
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