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Mobile devices are everywhere. Cisco® systems, the networking giant, has postulated that the number of internet connected mobile devices will surpass the world population by the end of 2013.
A vital principle governing lawsuits against law enforcement officers is the qualified immunity defense. The Supreme Court and lower federal court have grappled with this defense for decades.
Can you do more to combat the war on bath salts? Arm yourself with an abundance of knowledge and insight into these dangerous synthetic drugs. A one hour on-demand webinar introducing the new deadly designer drug...
For 30 years, lawyers and police officers operated under the bright line rule of New York v. Belton. Vehicle searches incident to the arrest of a vehicle occupant were routine.
Law enforcement agencies throughout the United States are beginning to embrace the power of social media for managing the department's public image, engaging the pubic in a more effective partnership to prevent crime,...
As the nature of society continues to change, police officers and other first responders will increasingly be tasked with serving and managing diverse populations.
The Missouri Sunshine Law Federal Sunshine law discussions began in the 1950, with the Federal Freedom of Information Act signed into law on July 4,1966.
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