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Week-486-April-21-2010

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Week 486
04/21/2010
Editor's Note:

For more than a decade and a half, Lt. Jim Glennon has taught a class called Arresting Communications. In conjunction with Authors' Day at ILEETA 2010, we are proud to present an exclusive article which introduces Glennon's new book, Arresting Communication: Essential Skills for Law Enforcement, available for pre-order today.


— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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Supreme Court reviews privacy of texts sent from department phones

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Can a police agency look at your personal exchanges on its electronic devices? The Supreme Court will soon be deciding whether a California city violated an officer's rights by reading the text messages he sent from an electronic pager owned by the department.

What makes this case so interesting is that it questions the way many cops communicate through department devices ... "Reasonable expectation" of privacy?
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