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Bulletproof report writing : a field guide for police officers

Bandiero, Anthony. (Author).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.

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Kirtland Community College Library HV 7936 .R53 B36 2020 30775305553274 Criminal Justice Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9798623055354
  • Physical Description: print
    269 p. : 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Spokane, WA : Blue to Gold Law Enforcement Training, LLC, 2020.

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Formatted Contents Note: How to write reports -- Report writing checklist -- Step one: What crimes need proven? -- Narcotics offenses -- Property crimes -- Homicide -- Sex offenses -- Driving offenses -- Crimes against persons -- Firearms offenses -- Step two: How did you get your evidence? -- Consensual encounters -- Investigative detentions -- Homes -- Arrests -- Vehicles -- Container searches -- Interview and interrogation -- Concepts that require articulation -- Generally.
Summary, etc.: The purpose of this book is simple: I want you to become an articulation expert. Articulation is often the key to winning suppression hearings, trials, and civil right's lawsuits. Articulation has two goals. First, you need to provide enough evidence to prove a crime beyond a reasonable doubt. Second, you must describe how you obtained your evidence lawfully. In other words, were your searches and seizures in compliant with the Fourth Amendment? And, were your confessions, if any, if compliant with the Fifth Amendment? Do that and you have a bulletproof report. [From publisher's description].
Subject: Police reports Handbooks, manuals, etc
Criminal investigation Handbooks, manuals, etc
Report writing Handbooks, manuals, etc
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