Ken Wallentine is Vice President and Senior Legal Advisor of Lexipol LLC (www.Lexipol.com), the nation’s leading provider of risk management policies and resources for public safety agencies. He is a retired chief and former prosecutor with over three decades of public service.
FULL LIST OF Ken Wallentine RESULTS
PDs don't accurately track use of force. Here's how they can.–
How many agencies can speak accurately and clearly about their use of force rates?
How the SCOTUS cell phone ruling happened (and 4 key lessons)–
The search incident to arrest doctrine was first recognized by the Supreme Court exactly 100 years ago in Weeks v. United States
K-9 training court case: The sniff was up to snuff–
The Supreme Court decision in Florida v. Harris reaffirms the value of detector dog teams as drug interdiction tools and gently reminds courts across the nation of the time-honored principles of probable cause to search
What's in a sniff: Supreme Court considers drug dog use–
Hearing arguments in Florida v. Jardines and Florida v. Harris today, the Supreme Court considers police drug dogs for the first time since the 2005 case of Illinois v. Caballes
Courts side with ACLU on videotaping police–
Court rules that police cannot stop audio-video recording of officers on duty
10 years after 9/11: The mission of the cop on the beat–
American law enforcement agencies are out front in domestic counterterrorism — street cops are the first to perceive changes that might evolve into a terrorist threat
PoliceOne Analysis: Detention of person leaving search warrant target location allowed–
Following the decision in Michigan v. Summers, 452 U.S. 692 (1981), courts have ruled inconsistently on the geographic and temporal proximity of the search of occupants
Top 10 Supreme Court decisions of 2010–
The past 12 months have seen significant rulings from the United States Supreme Court in the areas of criminal procedure and public safety
Gearing up to be mission ready–
Do you have everything you need when the call comes in for the next manhunt, disaster, or active shooter?
Warrantless GPS tracker evidence excluded–
A decision by a DC appeals court stops warrantless placement of a GPS tracking device on a car and sets up the possibility of a United States Supreme Court case
How text messaging became a Supreme Court case–
City of Ontario, California v. Quon et al. is court’s first venture into public employees’ electronic privacy rights in communications through agency resources
Law enforcement trends to watch in 2010 and beyond–
Successful police agencies will be those that adapt and change rapidly, embrace technology and analyze emerging trends in their communities
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