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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.

OnDemand Course: Electronic Control Weapon and Legal Liability

Electronic Control Weapon and Legal Liability

This on-demand webinar addresses the use of force, investigation and legal liabilities associated with the use of electronic control weapons (ECWs) in a law enforcement environment.

OnDemand Course: Current Issues in Qualified Immunity for Law Enforcement Officials

Current Issues in Qualified Immunity for Law Enforcement Officials

A vital principle governing lawsuits against law enforcement officers is the qualified immunity defense. The Supreme Court and lower federal court have grappled with this defense for decades.

OnDemand Course: Law Enforcement Response to the Mentally Ill: Basic Principles and Practical Strategies

Law Enforcement Response to the Mentally Ill: Basic Principles and Practical Strategies

As the nature of society continues to change, police officers and other first responders will increasingly be tasked with serving and managing diverse populations.

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Bookstore: Special Considerations with In-Custody Death Claims

Special Considerations with In-Custody Death Claims

Special Considerations with In-Custody Death Claims It goes without saying that the risks associated with law enforcement can be extreme, and final, for officers and arrestees.

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