Good police appreciate the Bill of Rights, because it’s a blueprint for good police work. Teach your fellow officers not to waste valuable time searching innocent people who consent to suspicionless searches.
Show how quality police work is done when officers follow real evidence and use proven investigative procedures to identify and arrest dangerous criminals.
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Here’s what police have to say about 10 Rules for Dealing with Police!
"I’ve introduced 10 Rules into my Constitutional Law instruction for police recruits. I’m a defender of the 4th amendment (and Constitution) and teach recruits to be the same. I applaud your efforts in this matter."
— Officer John L. LaPlante, Instructor, Saint Louis Police Academy
"Good community policing is impossible when officers disrespect constitutional rights. 10 Rules help citizens understand their rights and ensure that law enforcement is professional and accountable to the public.”
— Ronald E. Hampton, Executive Director of the National Black Police Association & former Community Police Officer for the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department
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