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Immigration enforcement is at an all time high. More and more inmates in state and local jails are having ICE detainers placed upon them. The interpretation of a facilities duty regarding those detainers can be...
Investigators today face the almost insurmountable task of identifying usable information from the plethora of social media sites. Facebook® alone has over 800 million users and Twitter® users send 175 million tweets...
In Scott v. Harris, 550 U.S. 372, 380-81, 127 S. Ct. 1769, 167 L. Ed. 2d 686 (2007), United States Supreme Court held that at the summary judgment stage a court need not accept the nonmovants version of the facts where...
This on-demand webinar addresses the use of force, investigation and legal liabilities associated with the use of electronic control weapons (ECWs) in a law enforcement environment.
Introductory to intermediate level best police practices and legal training on the phenomena of Agitated Excited Delirium Syndrome (ED/S) and in-custody death.
Electronic surveillance, including expanded use of GPS tracking, has become a widely used law enforcement tool in criminal investigations. The rules regarding admissibility of this evidence in criminal trials are still...
Hear about the critical issues, practical techniques, and solutions to managing the complications surrounding use of force. Agencies and their officers are constantly exposed to risk - not only personal risk, but risk...
As the nature of society continues to change, police officers and other first responders will increasingly be tasked with serving and managing diverse populations.
Attorneys, investigators, experts, and members of law enforcement meet with people to obtain information to assist in determinations of proximate cause, criminal responsibility, perceptions, recollections and damages.
Don't be caught off-guard. Understand and be attentive of law enforcement's obligation to disclose exculpatory evidence. Under Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.
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