Monthly Archives: March 2017

A Police Officer’s Vow Is to Protect and Serve

Everyone has seen the message “To Protect and Serve” on the sides of law enforcement vehicles either in their hometowns or at least on television in shows like CHiPs and Hawaii 5-0. The average person understands that the term “Protect” … Continue reading

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Privacy Tips and Safety Advice for Law Enforcement Officers

Today’s police officers are struggling to do their jobs and not be assaulted by the public more than at any time in their history. Officers are constantly looking over their shoulders for any number of attack by those they have … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Record Searches by Police in Canada Deemed a Violation of Rights

A recent message coming from the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) and the White House, stated that incoming citizens from certain countries may be subjected to having their cell phones searched for a wide range of information. It has been … Continue reading

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The Fourth Amendment – Search and Seizure

By now most civilians know that the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was written to protect people from unreasonable intrusion by the government in the form of law enforcement officers into their homes, business, vehicles, or other property. This … Continue reading

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