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September 2016 AELE Case Notes and Publications

9/19/2016 12:00:00 AM

AELE is an extraordinary and unique resource, with free publications and online back issues since 2000. AELE has a searchable library of more than 35,000 case digests organized into 700 + indexed topics.Contents of thier online law library may be copied & pasted, saved or printed (except for commercial purposes).
1. State of Policy in Law Enforcement - PowerDMS, in collaboration with the Police Foundation, conducted a survey of law-enforcement agencies nationwide to gauge the current state of policies and training. This survey establishes a baseline for how agencies update their policies, ensure officers see those policies, and conduct training. The results - a benchmark for best practices - are presented in this critical report. View at Justice Department Report - Justice Department report on investigation of Baltimore Police Department (Aug. 10, 2016). View at New AELE Monthly Law Journal article: Overtime Pay Entitlement for Public Safety Employees Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Part 1.View here.4. The September 2016 issues of AELE's three periodicals have been uploaded.The current issues, back issues since 2000, case digests since 1975, and a search engine are FREE. Everyone is welcome to read, print or download AELE publications without charge. The main menu is at: *** Law Enforcement Liability Reporter ***This issue has cases on assault and battery, dogs, electronic control weapons, failure to disclose evidence, unlawful detention, firearms related, indemnification, malicious prosecution, and privacy. View here. *** Fire, Police & Corrections Personnel Reporter ***This issue has cases on age discrimination, Fair Labor Standards Act, pregnancy discrimination, race discrimination, religious discrimination, retirement benefits, and sexual harassment. View here*** Jail and Prisoner Law Bulletin ***This issue has cases on false imprisonment, First Amendment, immigration detainees, medical care, prison conditions, Prison Litigation Reform Act: exhaustion of remedies, prisoner assault, prisoner classification, and religion. View here.
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