AELENovember 2013 Americans for Effective Law Enforcement Training Materials

1. Articles, outlines and visual presentations from the annual conference of the IACP Legal Officers Section are on the AELE website.


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2. An ACLU Senior Policy Analyst has written a paper on the police use of body worn cameras.


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3. A new AELE Monthly Law Journal article is online.


* Prisoner Classification and Gang Activity


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4. The Nov. 2013 issues of AELE’s three periodicals have been uploaded.


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*** Law Enforcement Liability Reporter ***


Ten cases are discussed in this issue, including handcuffing, false arrest, First Amendment, malicious prosecution, vehicle negligence, protection of informants and search and seizure.


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*** Fire, Police & Corrections Personnel Reporter ***


Ten cases are discussed in this issue, including bargaining agreements, disciplinary procedures, FMLA leave, handicap discrimination, national security, pay disputes, political activity, retaliation and wrongful termination.


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*** Jail and Prisoner Law Bulletin ***


Eleven cases are discussed in this issue, including AIDS/HIV related, prisoner disability discrimination, first amendment, parole, PLRA three strikes rule, prisoner assault, prisoner death, religion, retaliation and sexual harassment.


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5. Selected criminal law and procedure cases are at two other free websites.


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