Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Quinlan Publish seeks police officer input

Quinlan Publishing, a leader publisher of law enforcement material, is seeking input from law enforcement officials on training needs. Using a unique online survey, Quinlan is taking input directly from those who use the training in the streets. While some of the questions are geared towards trainers and those who make training decisions, the bulk of the questions are designed to gather input from line officers.

As an incentive, Quinlan is offering participants a complimentary copy of “35 Essential Points Every Traffic Officer Needs to Know.” This special report details the history of U.S. Supreme Court jurisprudence in the area of traffic stops and providing the tips and lessons learned from each case (currently available at their website at $59.95)

Click here to take the survey!

The following is a brief review the training/education materials offered by Quinlan. Use the hyperlinks to explore the subject.

Arrest Law Bulletin
Quinlan's Arrest Law Bulletin features up-to-date information on the laws surrounding the actual arrest as well as the search for evidence.

Computer Crimes Law Bulletin
Computer Crimes Law Bulletin deals with computer-based criminal activity, such as identity theft, computer intrusions, Internet fraud, child pornography, cyberstalking, credit card fraud, seizure of computers, and more.

Investigative Stops Law Bulletin
With Quinlan's Investigative Stops Law Bulletin you will learn the best practices in preventing offenders from turning innocent citizens into victims of a crime.

Law Enforcement Management Bulletin
Valuable how-to-advice needed to manage your personnel and keep your department in step with the law.

Law Enforcement Management Bulletin
Valuable how-to-advice needed to manage your personnel and keep your department in step with the law.

Narcotics Law Bulletin
Quinlan's Narcotics Law Bulletin examines the critical court decisions on narcotics law.

National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention
Quinlan's National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention features court decisions, research results, resources, and domestic violence news.

Police Department Disciplinary Bulletin
Analysis of current federal and state cases on police disciplinary practices, case summaries, and detailed coverage of news.

Police Officer Grievances Bulletin
Avoid the internal strife that threatens the efficiency of a police department and learn the best methods for building a solid team with the help of Quinlan's Police Officer Grievances Bulletin.

Police Officer Grievances Bulletin
Avoid the internal strife that threatens the efficiency of a police department and learn the best methods for building a solid team with the help of Quinlan's Police Officer Grievances Bulletin.

Search and Seizure Bulletin
Tips on the seizure of incriminating evidence and making your search and seizure hold up in court!

About the Author

Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster retired from the Los Angeles Police Department after 24 years of service. He is the author of “Police Technology” (Prentice Hall, July 2004) and number articles on technology, leadership, terrorism and policing. Raymond is a part-time lecture at California State University, Fullerton and a part-time faculty advisor at the Union Institute and University. He has three current book projects. They are on terrorism, policing and leadership. Raymond’s complete CV can be viewed at Criminal Justice Profile and he can be reached by email at raymond@hitechcj.com or through the Criminal Justice Online Forum.

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