FLETC offers series of podcasts on a variety of legal matters related to law enforcement. Click on the topics below to learn more.
This series of podcasts gives a step-by-step approach through the 4th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States as it applies to searches.
A discussion on the legal requirements for getting evidence admitted at trial.
A discussion on the exercising of federal law enforcement authority on government property.
This series covers a variety of "Hot Issues" pertaining to the law enforcement community. Topics include Consent to Search, Anticipatory Warrants, and Use of Force.
This series discusses the law surrounding self-incrimination in the military and communicative or testimonial evidence.
This podcast discusses the various liability issues faced by federal law enforcement officers.
This podcast explores Party offenses, specifically discussing Aiding & Abetting, Causing the Commission of a Crime, Accessory after the Fact, and Misprision of a Felony.
This series addresses Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment issues that often arise when law enforcement officers want to question suspects in a criminal case.
An Introduction and nine-podcasts explaining how police officers are judged if sued for excessive force.
A series of podcasts focusing on interviewing witnesses and report writing.
The Informer podcasts accompany The Informer magazine produced by the FLETC Legal Division.
In this 25 minute podcast, hear from three attorney instructors as they provide information regarding Supreme Court cases from the October 2011 term.
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