COLORADO PEACE OFFICERS' LAW & PROCEDURE FIELD SOURCEGUIDE - 2009/2010 Edition Qwik-Code

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9781563251498: COLORADO PEACE OFFICERS' LAW & PROCEDURE FIELD SOURCEGUIDE - 2009/2010 Edition Qwik-Code
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LawTech Publishing is proud to introduce our newest QWIK-CODE publication for Colorado Peace Officers. The Colorado Peace Officer's Law & Procedure Field Source Guide is a valuable reference tool containing an abbreviated compilation of current laws extracted from Titles 16, 18, and 19 of the Colorado Revised Statutes.
The QWIK-CODE is designed for easy use and quick reference that incorporates a valuable index and table of contents. Many of the most commonly used statutes are now at your fingertips without the necessity of having the full C.R.S. text. We have tailored the QWIK-CODE to the needs of the law enforcement professional, keeping it compact and focusing on what the law enforcement officer needs to know every day on the job.

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Philip Baca - Police Chief

Phil is a leading author and educator in the field of legal issues relevant to the law enforcement and criminal justice professions. Uniquely qualified by both experience and training, he is currently the Chief of Police for a metropolitan law enforcement agency in the Denver metro area. Phil has a decade of experience as an attorney in private practice. He received his J.D. Degree from the University of Denver School of Law in 1988 and is a member of the Colorado State Bar. Phil graduated the 216th Session of the FBI National Academy in 2004. Prior to his Chiefs position, he worked at the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office for eight years, the last four of which were spent leading the Criminal Investigations Div. Prior to that, Phil joined the Denver Police Dept. in 1975 as a patrol officer, and went on to work in Property Crimes, Internal Affairs, Vice/Narcotics and the Gang Unit. He is an instructor at numerous Colorado area law enforcement academies and colleges, including Metropolitan State College of Denver School of Professional Studies. Phil serves as an Assessor and Team Leader for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), as well as evaluating the training programs of other agencies nationwide for compliance to applicable training standards. Qualified by experience and training, Chief Baca is also gifted with the skill and ability to present legal issues affecting the law enforcement professional in a clear and concise manner - useful to the officer in the field as well as the student and training officer.

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