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The court rules that the officers had no reasonable suspicion to conduct a Terry frisk in this recent case
A recent case takes a look at an alleged false arrest for the failure to produce identification during an investigation
A recent appellate case takes a look at the question: Can police require vehicle passenger identification?
A recent case reminds us that a friendly conversation (talk nice, think mean) doesn’t create a custodial interrogation
A recent case involving law enforcement provides an opportunity for a closer look
While GPS is not new technology, the use of geofence warrants in law enforcement investigations is relatively recent
The appellate court began its analysis by noting that a charging vehicle can be a deadly weapon
Focusing on observed behavior will help protect both the individuals needing assistance and the officers responding to the situation
What officers claimed was hostile behavior, the court determined was the plaintiff pressing to exercise his right to remain in his home and require a warrant for entry
Although teamwork is a natural element of publicsafety, it’s easy for leaders to become complacent and fail to pay sufficient attention to team dynamics
Gordon Graham on facilitating the sharing of knowledge by and between police departments