Searching and Seizing the Streets
Operation Save OurSelves Course 01
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Searching and Seizing the Streets: Operation Save OurSelves Course 01
Class Description

Police work begins on the streets. The "Searching and Seizing the Streets" component is the first of four classes that will address many areas that have been problematic for law enforcement officers. Law enforcement officers cannot afford to hesitate when action is deemed necessary. However, without knowing the law, one cannot enforce it without hesitation. In this class, we will explore the different scenarios and categorically break down all the confusions and misconceptions in of the topics. At the end of the class, you will thoroughly be familiar with the most updated case laws and be armed with the ultimate weapon: knowledge. Prevent mistakes that blow cases, prevent mistakes that end careers.

Topics Covered:

  • Standing to Object
  • Narcotic Dogs
  • Probable Cause vs Reasonable Suspicion
  • Checkpoints for DUI vs Contraband
  • Traffic Stops (driver and passenger)
  • Arrest Warrant vs Search Warrant
  • Cell Phone Search Incident to Arrest
  • Scope of Search Warrant
  • Informant's Tip
  • Executing a Warrant
  • Challenging a Warrant
  • Consent- Who May Give
  • Arrest Inside a Home
  • Arrest of Driver of a Vehicle
  • Exceptions to Exclusionary Rule
  • Hobbs (CA)

Operation Save OurSelves:

Throughout the United States, law enforcement officers are being physically harmed by criminals and attacked by the media at a historical rate. Even more alarming is the increasing number of police officers being relieved of duty, terminated, and even prosecuted for on-duty related incidents.

OPERATION Save OurSelves is designed to be an innovative method to arm law enforcement officers with the ultimate weapon: knowledge. The instructor is an experienced gang detective, who is an also an attorney at law. The unique cop-lawyer dichotomy allows a qualified law enforcement officer teaching the legal concepts from a street cop's prospective.

OPERATION Save Ourselves has identified four major problematic areas that law enforcement officers encounter. (i) Starting from where police work is embarked, the streets; (ii) Then to the interrogation room where statements are obtained and evidence are gathered; (iii) transitioning to presenting evidence to the prosecutor (discovery), and (iv) finally ending with taking the case to the foundation of American jurisprudence, jury trials.

Purchase all 4 Operation Save OurSelves courses with the bundle option to save $30.00.

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