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Front Line Report

2000 Issues

Issue DateTopics

August 2000 Get Acrobat Reader

  • AG's Office works with law enforcement to prevent racial profiling.
  • How to use traffic stop reporting forms.
  • High-tech, computer crime unit assisting law enforcement.
  • 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals allows civil rights claims over pursuits.

June 2000 Get Acrobat Reader

  • 143 arrested in St. Louis County sting operation.
  • Legislators approve several law enforcement-related bills.
  • Racial profiling bill signed into law.
  • State appeals court reaffirms that Terry stop is illegal.
  • U.S. Supreme Court prohibits "plain squeeze" searches.
  • AG's Meth Prosecution Strike Force convicts 17 this year.

April 2000 Get Acrobat Reader

  • POST training standards upheld.
  • State appeals court says handcuff use an unintended arrest.
  • U.S. Supreme Court limits use of anonymous tips.
  • U.S. Supreme Court to review drug checkpoints.
  • Missouri police more often target of assaults by citizens.
  • Case law roundup.

January 2000 Get Acrobat Reader

  • Attorney General proposes Internet crime bill.
  • U.S. Supreme Court upholds warrantless car searches.
  • U.S. Army offers free counterdrug training.
  • U.S. Supreme Court opines that warrant is needed to search crime scene.
  • Legislators approve law enforcement-related bills.
  • AG's Meth Prosecution Strike Force wins 37 convictions.
  • Missouri Supreme Court says jailhouse videotape is public record.
  • Drastic implications not expected in U.S. Supreme Court's hearing on Miranda.
  • Police encouraged to record gender, race. Case law roundup.
 
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