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IN THIS ISSUE
 Can computer decryption be compelled with warrant?
 What to know about smartphone recovery tech
 April 23, 2014
Featured News

Dash cam captures deadly wrong-way crash

NM cop feeds needy out-of-pocket after outage

Video: Armed NM man killed in police standoff

LEOs and the Law

Can cops compel computer decryption with a search warrant?

By Val Van Brocklin, PoliceOne Columnist
There's a storm brewing around whether the Fifth Amendment protects suspects from being compelled to decrypt their own computers pursuant to a search warrant. The answer
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Technology Issues

What cops should know about smartphone recovery technology

By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
If a citizen tells you that the man in the brown jacket sitting on a bench has their smartphone, is that enough to detain and search him if he doesn't give consent? Whatcha gonna do?
Video of cop tripping students prompts investigation
The officer was attempting to stop students from rushing the soccer field.
Officer safety during gang contacts
Gang expert Andy Eways discusses what an officer should keep in mind during gang contacts to keep themselves and others safe.
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Tactical Tip
5 reminders about "toy" guns in a subject's hands
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
A recent post on a parody site highlights a true safety issue: it joked about gang members painting the tips of their guns orange to make officers wonder if they had a real gun or not. Sadly, this isn't just parody, it's also actually happening.


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