2006 Conference materials and resources

 

IACP Legal Officers Section

IACP Police Psychological Services Section

 


 

IACP Legal Officers Section

 

2006 Agenda (as of 7/6/2006)

List of current LOS officers and e-mail addresses

 

Outlines and other documents (PDF):

 

Article, Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations: Everybody Wins, Thomas Sullivan, Chicago, IL

 

Employment Law Update: Recent Cases

Jody M. Litchford, Interim City Attorney, Orlando, FL

 

Garrity Revisited, Bob Thomas, Charlotte, N.C.

 

Immigration and State & Local Law Enforcement (Panel)

 

Report, Police Experiences with Recording Custodial Interrogations, Thomas Sullivan, Chicago, IL

 

Section 1983 Update [Civil Liability], Elliot Spector, Hartford, CT

 

Supreme Court Cases of Interest to Law Enforcement

Beverly A. Ginn, Edwards & Ginn, Tucson, AZ

 

What does THAT have to do with being a cop? Employment Standards in Law Enforcement

Alan Andrews, Police Attorney, High Point, N.C. and Julie Risher, Public Safety Attorney, Winston-Salem, N.C.

 

Visual Presentations (PDF):

 

Employment Standards in Law Enforcement by Alan Andrews and Julie Risher, N.C.

 

First Amendment Considerations: Intelligence Gathering and Demonstrations

Eleanor Sinnott and Susan Prosnitz, Boston, MA

 

Immigration and State & Local Law Enforcement (Panel)

 

Recording Interrogations: Best Practice in Massachusetts, Kevin J. Curtin

 

Supreme Court Cases of Interest to Law Enforcement by Beverly Ginn, Tucson, AZ

 


 

IACP Police Psychological Services Section

Outlines (HTML):

 

2006 Legal Update for Police Psychologists by Wayne Schmidt, AELE

 

Selected Cases of Interest to Police Psychologists, by Martin J. Mayer

 

Section Guidelines (PDF):

 

Fitness for Duty Evaluation Guidelines    

Officer-Involved Shooting Guidelines    

Peer Support Guidelines       

Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluation Guidelines   

Guidelines for Consulting Police Psychologists

  

  


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