Flex your rights: The top 3 things to do in every police encounterBy Stephen C. Webster
The Raw Story
Nov. 08, 2011
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Dealing with police in the U.S. can be a touchy situation, no matter who you are, where youíre going, or what youíre up to. Thatís why three law enforcement experts attending the 2011 Drug Policy Alliance conference in Los Angeles decided to stage a panel discussion about what people can do to prevent police encounters from becoming seriously detrimental to oneís life.
While the conversation was wide-ranging and covered a lengthy variety of topics, there were several main points they all made that can help every single person to deal with police in a manner that limits the potential for arrest or violence.