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Search Result: Vehicle Stops

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Old Cops Know "Stuff"

October 1, 2004

The big secret is to listen to these veteran cops, believe most of it, and put it into action in your own life. What I learned from older cops saved my life on several occasions.

Vehicle Checkpoints

March 1, 2004

The U.S. Supreme Court recently considered whether it was permissible under the Fourth Amendment for law enforcement officers to locate witnesses to a fatal hit-and-run accident by setting up a checkpoint to stop vehicles.

Two Detroit Cops Killed, Man Charged

February 20, 2004
A man has been charged with shooting two Detroit police officers to death after a seemingly routine traffic stop.

A Fine Line

March 1, 2003

When does a voluntary conversation between a citizen and an officer become a seizure?

The Call Out

December 1, 2002

For those of us involved in law enforcement we know that there is no such thing as the "routine traffic stop." The names of well over 300 officers who have been killed while making a traffic stop are engraved on the gray granite walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Consent to Search

November 1, 2002

In a motor vehicle, it may not always be clear who has authority to grant permission for a search.

Big Game Hunters

November 1, 2002

Unfortunately, the big game hunter spends so much time waiting for the big arrest that lots of good and equally important enforcement duties are missed. And that could have dire consequences.

The Right Approach

March 1, 2002

Ever since the first officer pulled over a speeding vehicle, the standard practice of making a traffic stop has been the driver side approach. But just because a procedure or tactic is time-honored that doesn't necessarily mean it is sound.

A Dose of Survival Reality

December 1, 2001

Keep officer survival smart and simple.

Get a Handle on Car-Cuffing Techniques

February 1, 2000

As you are interviewing the operator you notice a handgun on the floor of the passenger side of the car.  Of course, any backup is light years away.

 

The Smell of Fear

January 1, 1997

Sandra Antor was not look for fame when she set out on a 745- mile journey from her hometown of Miami to visit friends in January 1996. But the 26-year-old nursing student's hesitance to pull over promptly for a South Carolina patrolman who was pursuing her in an unmarked car landed her and the officer in the national news. The situation raised new question about the public's perception of police.

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