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"AELE Monthly Law Journal" launched.

Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, Inc. (AELA; Park Ridge, IL) Law Enforcement Legal Center, a research driven organization that disseminates legal information through seminars, electronic media and related events, has begun the publication of "AELE Monthly Law Journal," an online journal that addresses police civil liability, public safety discipline or employment law, and jail and prison litigation. Access to the journal is free with no registration required.

Initial issues include articles and stories on such topics as: civil liability for police pursuit driving, grooming and appearance rules for public safety workers, including jewelry, cosmetics and religious headwear, civil liability for prisoner suicide, civil liability for use of police dogs, access to courts and legal information, police liability for excessive force, illegal search and seizure and investigative detention, habeas corpus petitions, liability for prisoner illnesses acquired while incarcerated, use of security housing units, and liability for prison violence.

The AELE also produces "Law Enforcement Liability Reporter," "Fire and Police Personnel Reporter" and "Jail and Prisoner Law Bulletin," all published monthly, as well as seminars, certified legal specialist programs, and training CDs.
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