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Supreme Court Approves “Police-created” Exigencies

By Randy Means

In May 2011, the Supreme Court fi nally answered a question that has troubled lower courts for years: May police enter a house without a search warrant under the exigent circumstances exception to the warrant requirement when police decisions and conduct create the exigent circumstances?

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2011)
 

How Long is Too Long During a Terry Stop?

By Pam McDonald

A Terry Stop cannot last forever. A point comes when the suspect must be arrested or released.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Nov 2009)
 

Video Policing

By Al Maroney

Closed Circuit Video Television (CCTV) surveillance camera identify predators and also serve as a deterrent to crime.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2006)
 

Surveillance, Less-Lethal and Countermeasures

By Bill Siuru

Fighting the war on terrorism requires a balance between the rights of Americans and the means that can be used to protect them.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2006)
 

Recent Landmark Decisions

By Joseph Scuro

These recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions affect police roadblocks, the use of canine teams during traffic stops, and the ability of law enforcement officers to seek identification information from individuals stopped for traffic related offenses.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2006)
 

Supreme Court: “Sniff Search” Permissible

By Joe Devanney

The Supreme Court in a major ruling held that the use of a police dog to sniff a car's exterior for drugs is not a violation of the Fourth Amendment, even if the officers did not have reason to believe drugs were in the car.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2005)
 

Every Second Counts to the U.S. Supreme Court

By Hopper, Joan

Every Second Counts to the U.S. Supreme Court

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jan 2004)
 

SWAT Risk Management and Liability Reduction

By Morefield, Bradley, Means, Randy

Fail to train; fail to supervise

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Feb 2014)
 

SWAT Risk Management and Liability Reduction, Part 2

By Morefield, Bradley, Randy Means

Deliberate indifference to obvious training needs can cause the department to be held liable. Deliberate indifference involves more than simple negligence. It requires that the entity’s “policymakers” knew or should have known of an obvious training need – amounting to a deliberate or conscious choice to endanger constitutional rights.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Mar 2014)
 

SWAT Risk Management and Liability Reduction, Part 3

By Morefield, Bradley, Randy Means

Positive steps to manage the obvious risk

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2014)
 
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