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Checklist for Citizen Contacts (2012 Update)

Each LLRMI checklist provides an "easy to understand" list of duties and activities for public safety personnel based on Supreme Court decisions. Checklists are 8.5”x11”, two-sided, color, and laminated for durability.

Thousands of checklists have been distributed through the Public Agency Training Council and the Legal Liability Risk Management Institute.

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~A sample from this checklist is provided below~

Excerpt from this checklist:

3 Types of Police Citizen Contacts

Consensual Contact: Officer approaches a subject using no words or conduct which would lead the person to believe that they must comply with the officer’s requests.  NEED NOT BE SUPPORTED BY ANY LEVEL OF SUSPICION (See: Florida v. Bostick,  501 U.S. 429 (1991).

Terry Stop/Reasonable Suspicion based stop: Where an officer makes observations or receives information (facts and circumstances) that would lead a reasonable police officer to believe that the person to be stopped may be involved in criminal activity, the officer may stop and detain the person for a reasonable period of time (on the street) to investigate further. Stop must be supported by reasonable suspicion. (See: Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968).

Arrest based Upon Probable Cause: Where an officer makes observations or receives information that would lead a reasonable police officer to believe that a crime has been committed and the subject to be arrested is the person who committed it, the officer may arrest the person and bring them into police custody which would include transporting them to the police station. See: Kaupp v. Texas,  538 U.S. 626 (2003).

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