Are you uptodate on the laws pertaining to police misconduct and civil liability?
If you litigate or advise under 1983, get ahead of the opposition. This topic will cover new directions on the police use of force, trends, controversies, resources, and much more. It will help you to stay uptotheminute on Supreme Court decisions in the current term new restrictions on Taser use the Supreme Courts rejection of the provocation rule consensus policies on deescalation and shooting at vehicles dealing with emotionally disturbed persons (EDPs) and the debate over body worn cameras (BWCs).
Supreme Court Review
ï District of Columbia v. Wesby
ï Kisela v. Hughes
ï Artis v. District of Columbia
ï Nieves v. Bartlett
ï Three Criminal Cases With Search and Seizure Issues
Less-Lethal Force and Use of TASERSÆ
ï New Consensus Policies on Use of Force
ï TASERSÆ and Electronic Control Weapons (ECWs)
ï Discontinuance of X26 Model
ï Admissibility of Consensus Policies as Evidence of Reasonableness
Deadly Force and Emotionally Disturbed Persons
ï Supreme Court's Rejection of Provocation Rule, County of Los Angeles v. Mendez
ï IACP's National Consensus Policy and PERF's Guiding Principles
ï De-Escalation and Subjects With Edged Weapons
ï Failure to Train on De-Escalation and Crisis Intervention
ï ADA and Exigent Circumstances Exception
Shooting at Vehicles
ï Supreme Court and Qualified Immunity
ï Consensus Policies
Issues Raised With Police Body Worn Cameras (BWCs)
Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.
CLE (Please check the Detailed Credit Information page for states that have already been approved) ,NALA ,Additional credit may be available upon request.