Monthly Archives: October 2011

What Is Your Privacy Worth to You?

About 15 years ago, the most we had to worry about was junk mail and annoying telemarketing calls.  Technology has accelerated the information exchange between companies and data brokers, putting your information on more than just mailing lists or call … Continue reading

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The Debate on Warrantless Smartphone Searches

Mobile technology has ascended to new heights faster than ever before.  Recently, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 914 which would have made it illegal for police to search a person’s mobile device during an arrest without a warrant.  … Continue reading

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Handling Stress and Trauma in Law Enforcement

Law enforcement agents will agree that serving the community is a rewarding experience.  Helping to lock away criminals, to solve crime, and to have the opportunity to turn around the life of someone else are all pluses that come with … Continue reading

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When Public Officials Are Stalked

          Judge Gregg P. Iddings in Adrian, MI was stalked by a man named Robert Brown Donet.  Donet threatened the judge and police found in Donet’s possession two shotguns and two rifles. “He is allegedly ineligible … Continue reading

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