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Video: Articulating Interactions with Mentally Ill Subjects Using Mnemonics
(Video) Police Pursuits: California Supreme Court Ruling in City of Gardena Case
Mnemonics for Testifying—Constitutional Law Crate, Part 2
Recalling Police Use of Force Law—Constitutional Law Crate, Part 1

Recalling Police Use of Force Law—Constitutional Law Crate, Part 1

Attorney Missy O'Linn explains her "Constitutional Law Crate," which she created as 11 flash cards assembled into a cube, or crate, to give officers a way to remember the most imperative information when testifying in court, such as the three levels of force and Graham v. Connor.

February 6, 2019

Body Camera Video Released of Non-Fatal OIS in Virginia

Body Camera Video Released of Non-Fatal OIS in Virginia

Officer Jeremy Durocher of the Portsmouth (VA) Police Department has been charged with aggravated malicious wounding—and a related firearms charge—for an officer-involved shooting that occurred in October 2017. Body camera footage reveals that Durocher repeatedly shouted to other responding officers, "He has a gun! He has a gun!" before the shooting.

November 2, 2018

New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

The "Community Safety Education Act" requires all high school students in Texas to watch an educational video—entitled "Flashing Lights"—to teach them how to safely interact with a police officer during traffic stops. The goal of Senate Bill 30—passed by the 85th Texas Legislature—is to define the behavior and expectations of citizens and law enforcement during traffic stop interactions.

October 16, 2018

Family Expected to Sue Charlotte Police Over 2016 Fatal OIS That Sparked Riots
LAPD Releases Footage of Officers Shooting Knife Wielding Man After Ineffective Less-Lethal Deployment
Judges Rule Trump Supporters Attacked in San Jose can Sue Police
Family Sues Woman who Shot, Killed Man Attacking Indiana Officer

Family Sues Woman who Shot, Killed Man Attacking Indiana Officer

Witnesses told investigators Holland was overpowering the officer, and that a witness shot Holland in the shoulder after fearing for the officer's life. First aid was administered but Holland was later pronounced dead at Dearborn County Hospital.

April 17, 2018

Trial for Philly Officer's Accused Shooter Begins

Trial for Philly Officer's Accused Shooter Begins

Officer Jesse Hartnett was shot three times while sitting in his patrol car in West Philadelphia two years ago. Archer, rather than entering a plea of guilty or not guilty of charges in the shooting, replied, "I don't plead to anyone but Allah." More Here.

January 25, 2018

Dash Cam Video Released of Teen Shooting OH Deputy

Dash Cam Video Released of Teen Shooting OH Deputy

The Fulton County, OH, Prosecutor's Office released dash cam video of an 18-year-old man shooting a Fulton County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop. The shooter and his girlfriend have both received prison sentences for their roles in the Jul. 31 shooting. More Here.

January 17, 2018

Woman Sues St. Paul Police for K-9 Attack

Woman Sues St. Paul Police for K-9 Attack

A woman taking out her garbage on Sept. 23 in St. Paul, MN, was attacked by a police K-9 that was on the trail of a burglary suspect and she is now suing because of the incident. More Here.

December 8, 2017

FL Sheriff Tells Citizens to Arm Themselves to Stop Active Shooters
Minneapolis Police Lieutenant Sues Mayor for Defamation