Earlier this year, the United States Supreme Court issued clear guidance to law enforcement when it comes to cell phone searches. The Court essentially said that you must get a warrant to search a cell phone, even if you come in contact with that phone during an arrest.
In its decision, the Court helped to bring the Fourth Amendment into the digital age. It’s likely that this is just the beginning for new rules on how law enforcement handles digital evidence in the 21st century.
In this age of over-booking and budget cuts, many of us find it hard to carve out time for skills enhancement. We convince ourselves that we know what we’re doing and we seem to be getting by, so what’s the problem?
But delaying or even avoiding critical skills enhancement can be detrimental—especially for law enforcement.
One thing that teachers love most is seeing that “light bulb moment” in their students. It’s very rewarding to know that you’ve introduced people to a new concept or skill that will help them on a daily basis.