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on February 4, 2012
After seeing someone reference this book in another review, I thought I'd check it out. After reading the description here, I figured it would at least be worth it for the price considering it is text book sized but not $80-100.

After getting it, I have flown through 1/3 of it. It definitely reads like a text book but if the topic interests you (or should interest you ie: police officer and/or local union representative) I cannot recommend this book enough. This should be required reading for every new police officer by their respective associations and fraternal groups.

Even if getting nothing out of it, there are over 100 pages of "charts" that give examples of situations (discipline section for example). Some are quite obvious that yes, you will (and should) get fired, but others that are the gray area of. Is it something people have been suspended for, written up, demotion etc? Very good reference for what to expect.
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on February 22, 2010
I recently learned of and purchased Mr. Aitchison's book, "The Rights of Law Enforcement Officer's"-6th Ed...The book is well organized, very informative, and easy to read. I was shocked to know that such a powerful source of information was available, especially for police officers (and fire fighters). Every police officer should know about this book and obtain a copy, that is, if you are concerned about your rights as a police officer and want to know what to do if your rights are violated in the workplace. I am ecstatic by Mr. Aitchison's call to support first responders. I applaud and respect highly the work God has chosen him to do. I wish I could afford to purchase a copy of the book for every officer on my department...perhaps I will be able to do so after my lawsuit! I refuse any longer to suffer in silence for the sake of being a "tough cop". BUY the BOOK. Live and Work in PEACE!
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on June 15, 2015
All cops must read and know their rights
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on August 10, 2013
This book is very well written and up to date on many issues in law enforcement. This book is a keeper for all law enforcement officers. It covers all sorts of Rights one has as an Officer and cites several cases. It also includes many issues that are subject to collective bargaining if an entity is a collective bargaining city.
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on February 14, 2016
Very informative. Should be suggested reading for all cops, and required reading for all police union reps.
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on February 14, 2015
All the case law to back up your training. Know what you can and can't do and why. A must read for all new police officers.
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on June 1, 2012
If you are an officer you already know that we are held to a different standard than most of the population, and rightfully so. That said, it never hurts to know the rules about what is and is not legal when it comes to how you are treated if there is a problem. Informative and very handy.
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on November 18, 2013
This is an excellent book that will give you an overall perspective of the criminal justice system as it evolves and what it takes to be effective in this line of work.
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on February 18, 2014
This answers many questions in regard to the rights of police officers and shows how case law is applied, an excellent handbook
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on March 25, 2013
This is a must read for anyone in Law Enforcement, it will inform you of rights that most in the profession do no they have.
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