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The Traffic Enforcement / Highway Patrol topic area serves as a resource for the latest developments in traffic enforcement tactics and techniques. The open road affords many opportunities to catch wanted felons, help stranded motorist, and without proper protection, injure or kill the peacekeepers who patrol those highways and byways.
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Md. bill would require drivers to give police cell phone info

Civil liberty advocates have raised concerns about the proposed law's constitutionality - Full Story


What cops need to know about Real ID Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

What cops need to know about Real ID

The ID cards themselves will have to contain, at a minimum, the bearer’s full name, signature, date of birth, gender, principal address, a front-facing photo, and a unique number - Full Story


Fla. trooper who stopped cop sues after harassment

FHP Trooper Donna Jane Watts was on routine patrol early one morning when a Miami police car whizzed past at speeds that would eventually top 120 mph - Full Story


Bill bars Tenn. officers from helping in federal roadblocks

Lawmaker says police shouldn't be helping federal contractors hold roadblocks where they ask motorists for cheek swabs and blood samples - Full Story


Politics, pot, and police: Slouching toward marijuana legalization Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Politics, pot, and police: Slouching toward marijuana legalization

Might we consider the Smarter Sentencing Act of 2013 — a proposed bill aimed at reducing mandatory minimum sentencing for “non-violent” drug offenses — another step toward marijuana legalization? - Full Story


Pa. teen stole car, gun, fired at trooper

A 16-year-old boy allegedly stole a car and a gun and then fired once at a state trooper who stopped him - Full Story


Is an anonymous tip enough for a traffic stop?

The Supreme Court is considering whether an anonymous tip about reckless driving is enough under the Fourth Amendment for police to pull a car over - Full Story


Texas cops clash with man warning speeders

Ron Martin's signs carry a simple message: "Police Ahead" - Full Story


Vehicle Extraction Using a Device Control (Larry Smith)

Vehicle Extraction Using a Device Control (Larry Smith)


Vehicle extraction using a control device

During a traffic stop, some drivers who are ordered from a vehicle refuse to comply. In this video tactical... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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