123rd IACP Annual Conference Materials and 2016 Legal Articles & Documents
IACP Legal Officers Section (LOS)
2016 Conference Annual Presentations (to be added)
* Conference Articles, Outlines and Documents
Employment Law Update (Atstupenas & Litchford)
* Conference Visual Presentations
To be added
AELE Monthly Law Journal (online, PDF format)
A variety of scholarly articles on police liability, discipline, labor & employment law and corrections legal issues
AELE ECW Case Summaries (updated regularly)
AELE ECW Articles and Resources (updated periodically)
AELE Body-Worn Cameras webpage (updated periodically)
* Selected Legal Articles and Reports Published in 2016
* FLETC Legal Division
The Informer (Monthly summaries of appellate court cases)
* IACP – Law related articles and documents in Police Chief or on the IACP website
Back issues of the monthly column "Chief's Counsel" - since Sep. 2003.
Conduct Unbecoming: Lessons from the Military (Jan. 2016)
Negligent Supervision and Executive Liability (Feb. 2016)
Is More Training Really the Answer? (Mar. 2016)
Xiphos – Summaries of recent criminal procedure cases
* PATC Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute
Legal Updates (Periodic case analyses)
Legal Questions Answered (Periodically)
* Force Science Institute, Ltd.
Force Science News Archive (Use of force, biometrics, psychology and law)
* Alameda County District Attorney
Point of View (Criminal law and procedure for law enforcement officers)
IACP Legal Officers Section info.
IACP Police Psychological Services Section (Legal outlines & slides)
Multiyear outlines and documents menu – compiled by AELE
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Last updated 9-1-2016