Detention, reasonable suspicion, and the 4th Amendment

Detention, reasonable suspicion, and the 4th Amendment

September 06, 2010


Ed Flosi Taking Training to the Next Level
with Ed Flosi

Detention, reasonable suspicion, and the 4th Amendment

In part one we looked at a recruit officer that was given direction to conduct a pat/frisk search on every subject he contacted or face the wrath of a poor appraisal by his FTO. Consensual encounters ...

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