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The Third Circuit recently joined the likes of the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Ninth Circuits to hold that officers possessing only an arrest warrant may not enter a home without probable cause to believe that an arrestee resides at and is present within the residence.
With election day only six months out, federal employees and agency heads alike are preparing for the extensive transition. Here to discuss this hot topic is a roundtable of representatives from organizations around the federal community who will look at the transition from both the political and workforce viewpoint.
Sergeant John Conneely and Officer Michael Modzelewski Receive April 2016 Officer of the Month Award
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Sergeant John Conneely and Officer Michael Modzelewski of the Chicago (IL) Police Department, as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for April 2016.
Defendant’s acquiescence to the question, “May I look for your car?” constituted his valid consent to a search of his vehicle under the circumstances, the Seventh Circuit recently held.
An inheritance should be all good news, but for too many people it becomes a frustrating expensive experience. Whether you expect an inheritance, plan to leave one or just know you might be called in make decisions for someone else’s estate, this webinar has valuable information for you.
The Sixth Circuit recently found that metadata used to route communications on wireless phones are business records, created and maintained by wireless carriers. As such, the FBI’s possession of these materials, without a warrant, was not a search under the Fourth Amendment.
As the members of the 263rd Session of the FBI National Academy exited the buses that brought them to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, they made their way to the walls inscribed with the names of more than 20,000 fallen officers.
The U.S. Border Patrol recently pledged to add up to 1,600 women to their workforce. The uncharacteristic female recruitment spree has been sparked by largely male dominated ranks and the idea that female officers can provide a level of comfort to the thousands of women and children migrating to the United States each year.