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  1. Ever go to one of "those calls" knowing you have to always be vigilent and safe, and simultaneously feeling the responsibility of reporting and documenting exact details of the incident? Take a look at our Common Errors list as a reminder of what could happen so you can be sure to avoid common pitfalls and stay in the clear when it comes both to safety and accurate reporting. Learn from these documented errors and respond to "that call for service" safely and efficiently. As we all know, there are no re-do's in police work. 

  2. These checklists offer simple guidelines for everyday calls for service for an offficer's practice. They and are provided by our experienced staff at Blue360 Media who are retired officers themselves and who have “been there, done that!”  

  3. Criminal justice practitioners, law enforcement officials, college professors, and students will find this textbook critical to understanding the basic principles, rules, and constitutional provisions regulating admission of evidence in criminal courts.

  4. This publication includes comprehensive coverage of immigration laws and rules. In this 2,000 page publication, users will find the laws needed to understand and apply the rules governing aliens. Also included are the federal criminal code, rules, and procedures. 

  5. This timely resource is pertinent to anyone involved with criminal procedure, including criminal justice practitioners, law enforcement officials, college professors, and students.

  6. From searches, seizures and warrants to admissibility of evidence and unique issues commonly faced by K9 officers on the witness stand, K9 Officer's Legal Handbook is an authoritative and concise reference. The new edition includes a wholly revised section on medical and recreational marijuana.

  7. This publication delves into the defining characteristics of the most common disabilities encountered by law enforcement and public safety professionals, be they physical, developmental, or behavioral / emotional. 

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