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Federal vs. State Causes of Action The doctrine of sovereign immunity, which applies to state law claims against police officers, was imported wholesale from England and was based on the belief that the king was a divine...
Learn about the critical issues, practical techniques, and solutions to managing the complications surrounding use of force. This topic will help you become familiar with domestic law enforcement’s long-standing...
Live Webinar August 27, 2020 1:00pm EST
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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.
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...
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,...
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.
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.
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...
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...
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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