Law enforcement work is dangerous — plain and simple. Law enforcement officers have constant contact with the public. It is often confrontational and charged with emotion. And in these circumstances, they are responsible for preventing and investigating crimes that might include violations of civil rights. Both the Constitution and federal laws protect individuals against unjustified violation of their civil rights by law enforcement officers. This two-hour course will educate you on the federal laws and Constitutional laws that help officers perform their duties in accordance to these laws.
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