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OnDemand Webinar: Utilizing Social Media in Investigations

Utilizing Social Media in Investigations

Investigators today face the almost insurmountable task of identifying usable information from the plethora of social media sites. Facebook® alone has over 800 million users and Twitter® users send 175 million tweets...

OnDemand Webinar: Social Media and Law Enforcement: Applications and Liabilities

Social Media and Law Enforcement: Applications and Liabilities

Law enforcement agencies throughout the United States are beginning to embrace the power of social media for managing the department's public image, engaging the pubic in a more effective partnership to prevent crime,...

OnDemand Webinar: Guidelines for Using GPS Tracking in Criminal Investigations

Guidelines for Using GPS Tracking in Criminal Investigations

Electronic surveillance, including expanded use of GPS tracking, has become a widely used law enforcement tool in criminal investigations. The rules regarding admissibility of this evidence in criminal trials are still...

OnDemand Webinar: Best Practices in Digital Evidence Management

Best Practices in Digital Evidence Management

This on-demand webinar is designed to provide you with information on emerging trends in electronic media discovery practices. You will have a better understanding of the litigation aspects of electronic media retention...

OnDemand Webinar: Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detainers

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detainers

Immigration enforcement is at an all time high. More and more inmates in state and local jails are having ICE detainers placed upon them. The interpretation of a facilities duty regarding those detainers can be...

OnDemand Webinar: Where Have You Gone, Miranda? Trends, Predictions, and Best Practices

Where Have You Gone, Miranda? Trends, Predictions, and Best Practices

Completely understanding Miranda rights will help in interpreting warnings and protections, ensuring a fair litigation process. Law enforcement officers, government officials, and attorneys alike must understand the...

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OnDemand Webinar: Mobile Device Forensics

Mobile Device Forensics

Mobile devices are everywhere. Cisco® systems, the networking giant, has postulated that the number of internet connected mobile devices will surpass the world population by the end of 2013.

Bookstore: Police Liability in Mississippi

Police Liability in Mississippi

To Be or Not to Be: Viability of Substantive Due Process Claims in Section 1983 Cases After Deshaney v. Winnebago Co. Dept. of Social Services; In Custody Deaths; Assessing and Pleading Governmental Liability Cases From...

Bookstore: Police Liability

Police Liability

42 U.S.C. § 1983 and Assertion of Federal Claims; New Jersey Based Actions, Monell Liability, Defenses, Proper Defendants; New Jersey Attorney General Guidelines and Procedures for Conducting Internal Affairs...

Bookstore: Defending Police Excessive Force Cases

Defending Police Excessive Force Cases

Defending Police Excessive Force Cases The United States Supreme Court has held local governments are not liable for their employees' constitutional torts solely because they employ such tortfeasors.

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