The Role of State and Local Law Enforcement at First Amendment Events Reference Card

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This reference is designed to serve as a pocket-sized reference card for line officers who are responding to a First Amendment-protected event and provides an overview of their roles and responsibilities, as well as an overview of the rights of the participants of First Amendment-protected events.

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Formal Document Title The Role of State and Local Law Enforcement at First Amendment Events Reference Card
Author Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council
Date Approved By GAC 10/13/2011
Last Revision Date 1/9/2012
Version Number 1
Pages 2
File Format Portable Document Format
File Size 477.1 KB

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