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The author of the Police Blog "The Notebook Files; From pens to guns and everything in-between" is the Founder and President of COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens, Brian Humenuk. Brian is a veteran police officer and small business owner. He has attained 3 college degrees all in criminal justice with the last one being a Master of Science majoring in Police Administration in 2021. Brian has been training new police officers for the past 15 years and became a part of the police supervisory staff after being promoted to Sergeant in 2014. In 2017 he attended and successfully completed the...

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There is no question about it police officers use a lot of ink. They are constantly writing especially in smaller to medium size law enforcement agencies because itโ€™s these agencies where officers act more like an ombudsman. In other words they do the job of many especially when it comes to writing reports and filing paperwork. ย The selection of duty pens is an important one and can be just as important as the pair of boots you choose to wear. The COPJOT uniform Pens are the Best Police Pens and hereโ€™s why. First they come in several different finishes, and...

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With Police Reform sweeping the nation now could be as good as time as ever to talk about the 1967 Supreme Court ruling of Brady vs Maryland and how this decision affects police officers and the work that they do. Police Officers when hired raise their right hand and swear to uphold the United States Constitution and among other things always tell the truth and keep their private lives unsullied. But what happens to police officers who get caught lying? Do they just go on with life and collect a paycheck arresting bad guys, writing reports and protecting and serving?...

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If by chance you missed it or maybe you have never even heard of the case State of Maryland vs. Adnan Syed, he was released from prison this past week after a motion to vacate was granted by Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Melissa M. Phinn, effectively setting him free.ย  Adnan Syed's case was the center of a popular podcast "Serial" with host and journalist Sarah Keonig, who was a former reporter for the Baltimore Sun. For the more senior police officers reading this we know the Baltimore Sun newspaper as the focal point of season 5 of the hit...

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๏ปฟWrongful Convictions โ€“ Is it just the price of doing business in the American Justice system? Wrongful convictions and convictions overturned has not always been an interest for me. Over the years of my career, I started to see a pattern in the trial court where individuals are unable to pay for an attorney and are appointed a public defender. Don't get me wrong, I do have a lot of respect for public defenders. I believe that they carry a case load that is a specific niche others don't bother with.ย  I guess I just feel that in order to...

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