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Americans for Effective Law Enforcement (AELE) (Chicago IL)

  • Workplace Harassment by Law Enforcement and Correctional Supervisors: Part 1--Sexual Harassment [and] Part 2--Racial and Other Forms of Harassment

    "Protecting employees against workplace harassment is an important obligation of law enforcement and correctional agencies as employers.

  • Prisoner Classification and Gang Activity

    This article provides a brief but very informative explanation of how courts rule on cases involving custodial risk levels based on the previous ga

  • Prisoners with HIV/AIDS [Parts 1 and 2]

    This article is a great overview of the legal issues related to prisoners that test positive for the HIV virus and those with AIDS.

  • Civil Liability for the Use of Neck Restraints

    Neck restraints are a valuable but sometimes still controversial procedure for the use of force by police officers and correctional personnel ...

  • Civil Liability for the Use of Pepper Spray (OC), Tear Gas, and Chemical Agents, Part 1 [and] Part 2

    This article is an excellent resource for those who want a basic understanding of those civil issues impacting the use of pepper spray and other ch

  • Civil Liability for Inadequate Prisoner Medical Care: Eye and Vision Related

    "Jails and prisons are constitutionally mandated to provide adequate medical care to those in their care, since prisoners and detainees cannot seek

  • Police Body-Worn Cameras (BWCs)

    If you want a great source for information body-worn cameras (BWC's), then this is the place.

  • Use of Electronic Control Weapon on a Person Suffering from Delirium or Other Agitated Condition

    "This two-part article focuses on litigation involving the use of Tasers on persons suffering from “excited delirium” or other agitated conditions

  • Prisoners, Parolees, Sex Offenders, Computers, and the Internet

    This two-part series discussing issues and developments in the use of information technologies by inmates and offenders in the community.

  • Rights of Rastafarian Employees and Inmates

    "Rastafarians are named after Ras (Prince) Tafari, Selassie’s title before being crowned Emperor in 1930.