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NCJ Number: 32732 Find in a Library
Title: WHAT CAN A POLICE OFFICER DO - A COMPARATIVE STUDY USA, GERMAN FEDERAL REPURLIC, ISRAEL, ITALY - MONOGRAPH SERIES, V 7
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: New York University School of Law
Criminal Law Education and Research Ctr
United States of America
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 285
Sponsoring Agency: Fund for the Republic
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
New York University School of Law
New York, NY 10003
Sale Source: Fund for the Republic
P.O. Box 4068
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS TEXT, ARRANGED IN A QUESTION AND ANSWER FORMAT, PROVIDES A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE LAW GOVERNING THE ENTIRE RANGE OF POLICE POWERS AND ACTIVITIES, FROM SUSPECION AND SURVEILLANCE TO ARRAIGNMENT.
Abstract: INCLUDED IN THIS TEXT IS INFORMATION ON THE PRE-ARREST PROCEDURES OF POLICE, SURVEILLANCE, POLICE QUESTIONING OF SUSPECTS, POLICE SEARCHES, POLICE STATION PROCEDURES, AND WARNINGS TO THE ACCUSED. ALSO DISCUSSED ARE THE LAWS PERTAINING TO RIGHT TO COUNSEL, IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES, POLICE INTERROGATIONS, LIMITS ON DETENTION BY POLICE, AND PROVISIONS WHICH MUST BE MADE FOR THE SUSPECT DURING DETENTION AT THE POLICE STATION.
Index Term(s): Arrest and apprehension; Comparative analysis; Detention; Germany; Interview and interrogation; Israel; Italy; Police legal limitations; Rights of the accused; Search and seizure; Search and seizure laws; Surveillance; Suspect identification; United States of America
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