FLETC OCC Podcast

John Besselman and Kenny Anderson of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers’ Office of Chief Counsel share their perspectives from their extensive legal training backgrounds. They provide a short course on navigating the areas of and around the Fourth Amendment for law enforcement officers. They have also provided a 10-episode series on the Fifth and Sixth Amendments and their application to statements made by suspects in criminal cases.

Episodes Date

Catch the latest webcast from FLETC OCC on Wednesday, October 13 (this modifies the erroneously stated Friday found in the Informer) for "Policing and the Mentally Ill."  Plus, a look at parolee statu...
October 2, 2021
This edition of the Informer looks at court cases that cover reasonable suspicion, reasonable expectation of privacy, a use of force issue.  And don't miss out on Arie Schaap's webcast on Exigent Circ...
August 28, 2021
Kenny Anderson reviews the Supreme Court case Lombardo v. City of St. Louis, in which it considered its' most recent use of force qualified immunity fact pattern.  Other reviews include a look at whet...
July 31, 2021
Kenny Anderson reviews two Supreme Court cases that impact law enforcement.  In U.S. v. Cooley the Court permitted a tribal police officer to stop and search a non-Indian located on an Indian reservat...
June 28, 2021
In this month's edition of the Informer, the FLETC OCC staff looks at a Supreme Court case, Caniglia v. Strom, that takes up the "community caretaking function" by police officers.  This edition also ...
May 27, 2021
Read the latest edition of Kenny Anderson's Informer.  This month features cases on qualified immunity, custody questions for Miranda, and traffic stop issues.  Don't miss FLETC OCC newcomer Arie Scha...
May 2, 2021
Read about the very recent Supreme Court decision, Torres v. Madrid, catch the dates for the FLETC OCC's upcoming webcasts (Mary Mara is featured on "Investigative Traffic Stops and Reasonable Suspici...
March 30, 2021
Emerging Fourth Amendment cases aplenty, upcoming webcasts, and an opportunity to participate in OCC's revived Police Legal Advisors Training Program.  All include here.  As always, free to participat...
March 1, 2021
Welcome to a new year of Informer publications, brought to you by Attorney-Advisor Ken Anderson, publisher and editor.  
February 4, 2021
This monthly edition includes overviews of case law of interest to the law enforcement community.  Upcoming dates for webcasts are included as well.  Editor Ken Anderson invites you to check back mont...
January 14, 2021

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