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Week 414
Dec. 5, 2008

Editor's Note:

Today’s newsletter features two articles written by PoliceOne columnists in the wake of the recently completed IACP conference in San Diego. Senior Contributor Charles Remsberg recaps IACP presentations addressing “steroid abusers” and “fitness neglecters” among LEOs, while PoliceOne Legal Columnist Ken Wallentine writes about the IACP Legal Officers Section workshop which examined upcoming U.S. Supreme Court cases in which the Court will reexamine the Belton rule permitting the search incident to arrest. We encourage you to check out our IACP Special Coverage page for complete and continuing coverage of the event, including photo slideshows, product reports, synopses if keynote addresses, and other valuable information.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

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Supreme Court police officer Joe Baker raises the American flag in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. The Court will reexamine the Belton rule permitting the search of a vehicle incident to the arrest of an occupant. (AP Photo)

Two cases argued before the United States Supreme Court a few weeks ago hold strong potential for shaking up the rules of search and seizure now applied thousands of times each day. After discussion of last year’s criminal procedures cases, participants in the IACP Legal Officers Section workshop turned their attention to upcoming decisions of the United States Supreme Court ... Full Story

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