CONSTITUTIONAL POLICING – Legal Rights and Attitudes on Police Searches and Seizures

In this three-hour LEA ONE online course, retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor Bruce-Alan Barnard will host a discussion on Constitutional Policing and how the legal rights of citizens can be significantly impacted by the attitudes of the public and by the police officers themselves. Topics will include:

  • The intent of the first eight amendments to the United States Constitution.
  • The sections of the Bill of Rights that directly relate to policing.
  • The clash between modern-day policing concepts and individual liberties.
  • The increasing role technology plays in both policing and attitudes about policing.
  • The role of social media in shaping attitudes and expectations with police use of force.
  • The evolving law governing civil and criminal liability for police officer actions.

Seating is limited. Certificates of attendance will be sent to all who register and attend.

Date

Feb 24 2021
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Cost

$99.00

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Location

ONLINE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM
LEA ONE

Organizer

LEA ONE
Phone
(904)552-5533
Email
comms@lea.agency
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