A comprehensive manual on the legal and practical aspects of police use of force investigations designed for street officers, front-line supervisors, investigators, attorneys, police unions and agency administrators. Suitable for basic academy and inservice training this manual contains information on constitutional parameters, teaching use of force, agency policy, street application, reporting and investigating incidents of the use of deadly or nondeadly force by police officers in the United States.
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About the Author:
Kevin R. Davis is a full-time officer with more than thirty years in law enforcement. Currently assigned to the training bureau of his municipal agency, he instructs use of force, suspect control, and firearms. Previous assignments include patrol, SWAT (team leader and lead instructor), and street narcotics. Kevin is a prolific writer and officer-survival contributor to Officer.com and LawOfficer.com.
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