This class examines the many legal issues involved in car stops. Through the use of a timeline, the anatomy of a car stop is broken down into pieces to better discuss a law enforcement officer's authority to perform certain tasks at certain times and under certain circumstances. Topics include temporary detentions, reasonable suspicion, probable cause, consent, safety stops, tipsters, use of K-9s, interdiction techniques, searches and interviews. An expanded discussion of certain issues including criminal interdiction, drug K-9 and searches of cell phones will also be included.
Asset Forfeiture: 1300-1700
This class discusses the seizure and forfeiture to law enforcement agencies property such as currency, cars, houses, and businesses that have been used or gained through violations of state and federal law. The topics of public policy, law enforcement authority and forfeiture investigative techniques are examined. An overview of the Kansas Drug Tax Act is reviewed allowing participants to better understand the differences between the KDTA and forfeiture law. The course will also cover information for administrators on the retention and use of forfeiture funds.