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    Re: Use of Confidential Informants

    http://m.ivpressonline.com/featured/imperial-murder-victim-previously-arrested-for-drug-offense/article_ef316d32-d1f2-11e7-851e-37db38cb4711.html?mode=jqm
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    Re: Use of Confidential Informants

    She wouldn’t have been shot and burned in her house if she had not been offered that “choice.”
    They knew the risks. It is unethical and dangerous to make offers like that.
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    Use of Confidential Informants

    It looks like a young mother in my community was murdered because she was used as a C.I.
    Forcing people to choose between long prison sentences and risking their lives to inform is immoral.
    Police...
  4. Police Conduct: Can People Make Anonymous Donations to Police Officers Associations

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: CA.

    Are Police Officers Associations allowed to accept large donations, anonymously?

    In this case, $5,000 was donated by a third...
  5. Police Conduct: Re: Pulled Over Twice by the Same Officer With No Ticket Issued

    "You seem to have posted because you want some advice, so I'll give you some. If a cop told me five times that he was gonna get me I'd make darned sure I didn't break the law. It's actually pretty...
  6. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    Is this a "base" policy?

    318.2 GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF CANINES
    A canine may be used to locate and apprehend a suspect if the canine handler reasonablybelieves that the...
  7. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    "I know of no agency that simply takes the base Lexipol California policy and adopts it as their own policy without additions and modifications."

    I think you may have found the problem.
  8. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    Would a city council have the authority to change the policy of their PD, as long as it was within State law.

    You have to admit Lexipol policy can be overly broad.
  9. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    "Ultimately, it is up to the particular police department what policies to adopt, so long as they do not violate any applicable law."

    Can we appeal to our city council to adopt stricter, better...
  10. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    U.s. Doj?
  11. Criminal Investigations: Re: Can the Police Make You Be an Informant or Face Charges

    No, they can NOT make you do anything. Keep your mouth shut and talk to your lawyer.
  12. Police Conduct: Re: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    Public safety, for example, banning police from firing at moving cars; banning bar-arm and carotid chokeholds.
  13. Police Conduct: Who Determines "Best Practices" As It Pertains to Police Policy

    The IACP publishes what they call best practices. Is this the correct source?
  14. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    Thank you.

    A conviction begins with an investigation.

    The City has a financial interest in avoiding an investigation.
  15. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    Ok, good to know. Could it affect negotiations in a settlement?

    It would, however, affect the civil case that will likely be filed in the beating and mauling incident.
  16. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    The K-9 Officer is also involved in another case which is set for trial, mid-January, in Federal court.

    It is a wrongful death lawsuit. One of the causes of action is the negligent hiring of this...
  17. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    "Stealing a car?" The charge is possession of stolen property.
  18. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    This warrants a CRIMINAL investigation!
  19. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    Still no criminal investigation. Can the DA initiate an investigation, independently, if he believes there is enough evidence?
  20. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    Given the Sheriff is conducting the administrative review and IA cannot share information with criminal investigators, would a criminal investigation need to be conducted by a different agency,...
  21. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    Does this case warrant a criminal investigation?
  22. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    "Remember how everyone thought the Rodney King tape was so horrible?"

    I remember 2 cops were convicted and sentenced to prison.

    "The tape does show the officer using force to overcome someone...
  23. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    I called the police chief. He said he is not aware of any criminal investigation into this incident.

    This is consistent with what the Public Information Officer told me.

    He asked the sheriff to...
  24. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    As of today, there is still no criminal investigation. There is an "administrative review of policies and procedures."

    Does this case, just based on the evidence in the video, warrant a criminal...
  25. Public Records: Re: Is a Police Officer's Administrative Suspension a Matter of Public Record

    What do you see? Adrenaline, anger?

    Can training prevent this kind of response?

    What kind of training?

    I remember Sully Sullenberger talking about having a strong physical reaction when his...
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