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FBI's Discipline Practices Flawed, New Report Says

The FBI has a deeply flawed process for disciplining employees that leads to perceptions of favoritism and unfairness and is run by an office characterized by some as a snake pit that fails to attract top people, according to an independent review released yesterday. The 70-page study of the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR)concluded that morale suffers throughout the bureau because of a feeling among agents that managers are treated better in disciplinary cases than are rank-and-file employees. Although the review could not find evidence of a systemic disparity, it concluded that “the perception itself has had an enormous adverse impact” on the agency. Full Story

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