Texas Arrest, Search and Use of Force Study Guide: 2024 Ed.

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CURRENT EDITION 1
VOLUMES 1
PAGES 104
AUTHOR Chief Manny Vasquez
ESTIMATED NEXT EDITION DATE February 7, 2024
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Texas Arrest, Search and Use of Force Study Guide: 2024 Ed.

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Helps students understand the three critical powers of peace officers: 1) arrest, 2) search, and 3) the use of force. Understanding these powers can help the peace officer avoid great liability derived from violations of constitutional rights stemming from unlawful arrests, illegal searches, and accusations of unauthorized or excessive force. This publication includes an interactive quizzer, available on the mobile and web app, to help you take your comprehension to new heights, test your knowledge, and help you engage with the material in a way that reinforces your understanding. 

Texas Arrest, Search and Use of Force, A Basic Peace Officer Course Study Guide helps students understand the three critical powers of peace officers: 1) arrest, 2) search, and 3) the use of force. Understanding these powers can help the peace officer avoid great liability derived from violations of constitutional rights stemming from unlawful arrests, illegal searches, and accusations of unauthorized or excessive force.

This publication includes an interactive quizzer, available on the mobile and web app, to help you take your comprehension to new heights, test your knowledge, and help you engage with the material in a way that reinforces your understanding. It is recommended that students read the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and Constitutions Study Guide prior to reading this publication.  


Manuel “Manny” Vasquez, Chief of Police, Ret., has authored this new TCOLE* Study Guide. Chief Vasquez is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, including the Marine Corps Achievement Medal, the Dallas Police Medal of Valor, and Dallas Police Shield Award for wounds in the line of duty.


He received his MBA from the University of Dallas, Criminal Justice Graduate course work from Texas A&M University, a B.S. Degree from Abilene Christian University at Dallas, and is a Graduate of the FBI National Academy.

 

Chief Vasquez is also the author of the following, available from Blue360Media:

*Blue360 Media is not affiliated with or endorsed by The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, TCOLE. Any references to TCOLE in this study guide are merely for the purpose of demonstrating the alignment of the materials to the training requirements of TCOLE.

Table of Contents

 

CHAPTER 1. DESIGNATION OF AUTHORITY AND POWER


CHAPTER 2. LAW OF TEMPORARY DETENTION


CHAPTER 3. LAW OF ARREST


CHAPTER 4. LAW OF SEARCH


CHAPTER 5. CUSTODIAL STATEMENTS AND BAIL PROCEDURES


CHAPTER 6. USE OF FORCE TO AFFECT ARREST AND/OR SEARCH


APPENDIX 1. TEXAS ARREST, SEARCH AND USE OF FORCE: A BASIC PEACE
OFFICER COURSE STUDY GUIDE: PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS


APPENDIX 2. TEXAS ARREST, SEARCH AND USE OF FORCE: A BASIC PEACE
OFFICER COURSE STUDY GUIDE: PRACTICE EXAM ANSWERS

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