Since all policing authority in the United States is derived from the U.S. Constitution, specifically the Bill of Rights, to ignore, circumvent, or abuse these limitations of authority is to betray th...
Policing has a long and storied history, but as any textbook can tell you, it is also constantly evolving. Sometimes the evolution of policing is catalyzed by a particularly innovative idea. Being ...
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