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Categories: Patrol, Point of Law
Officer Sues NYPD Over English-Only Language Policy

A Hispanic officer is suing the NYPD over its English-only policy — saying she was reprimanded for answering a colleague in Spanish.
Categories: Point of Law
Video: Articulating Interactions with Mentally Ill Subjects Using Mnemonics

Attorney Missy O'Linn discusses the mnemonics that can help officers explain their actions after an incident involving a mentally ill or unstable subject.
Categories: Investigations, Patrol, Point of Law
'Functional Equivalent' of Miranda Questions

"Interrogation" has been defined by the Supreme Court to include both direct questioning and its "functional equivalent." What does this term mean?...
Categories: Point of Law

A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy will face voluntary manslaughter charges for a February 2016 shooting that left 26-year-old Francisco Garcia dead,...
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law

The United States Federal Court in the southern district of Florida has denied a motion for class certification of a lawsuit that was filed against Point...
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law

Nic Cederberg, the only state trooper patrolling in Washington County, lacked critical information when he made tactical decisions to chase Tylka "that he...
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law
Video: Hackers Target Fla. Cop After Bra Search

Internet hackers posted the personal information of a Lakeland (Fla.) Police officer on social media sites, after dash-cam video showed him forcing a female...
Categories: Investigations, Patrol, Point of Law
Deadly Force On Child Hostage Taker at Wal-Mart

A Midwest City (Okla.) Police officer shot and killed a man who had taken a child hostage at Wal-Mart in mid-June. Video of the encounter shows the suspect...
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law, Weapons

Statistics from countries that have tried it reveal that gun control is no answer for violent crime.
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law
Miranda Invocation and Waiver

If a suspect wants to assert either his right to counsel or his right to silence, it is up to him to do so, unequivocally and unambiguously.

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