Video and Multimedia

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Video 1: Probable Cause in Police Reports
Description: This brief video by Jean Reynolds, Ph.D. discusses how police officers should document probable cause in their reports.

Video 2: Working the “Grid” | Interviewing and Interrogation #87 | 101 Tips for Interviewing and Interrogation
Description: Stan Walters discusses how “working the grid” applies to a search of the crime-scene area for any form of evidence related to a crime, and how that applies to interrogations.

Audio 1: It Ain’t Me, Babe: Researchers Find Flaws In Police Facial Recognition Technology
Description: This audio clip discusses flaws found in facial recognition technology, and includes some suggestions for law enforcement.

Audio 2: After SCOTUS DNA Ruling, What Changes For Police?
Description: This audio clip discusses the 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding the collection of DNA samples.

Web Link 1: Should Law Enforcement Have A Warrant To Know Where You’ve Been?
Description: This NPR report by Alina Selyukh discusses the controversy surrounding the requirements for law enforcement with regards to GPS and similar technology both real-time and historic data.

Web Link 2: The Plain View Doctrine (in plain English)
Description: This internet article explains the concept of the plain view doctrine.