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      By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  October 2, 2022 Pens for Police Officers 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 it’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.  The selection of duty pens is an important one and can be just as important as the pair of boots you choose to wear. Best Pens for Police...

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  September 1, 2022 For may new police officers who are pulling in arrests faster than the New England Patriots were winning super bowls in the early years of the Bill Belichick era, court testimony for those arrests will loom. Yes, you guessed it I am a New Englander. Be patient: Your turn will come For some officers it could take five years or more to make it to the witness stand and raise your right hand. For others that timeframe could be much shorter. The inner workings of the road to justice is a...

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  August 14, 2022 One of the more important entries that is written into a COPJOT Police Notebook is that of a person that has gone missing. Besides possibly a homicide investigation a missing persons case is going to be an in-depth investigation that your Police Pocket Notepad will be filled up with useful information and that information will develop leads to the case.   In today’s blog I talk about a misconception that if an adult goes missing the reporting party or family/friends need to wait 24-48 hours before filing a missing persons report....

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  July 20, 2022 In this Blog Post I talk about Miranda Warnings and the history of where they came from. According to (mirandawarning.org) prior to 1963 intimidating or coercive methods of police interrogation were commonly referred to as undergoing the ‘third degree’ which was a tactic to gain a suspect to confess to a crime or incriminate others. Back then it had to be a suspects own understanding and knowledge that he or she had a right to have an attorney present while being questioned or interrogated. Today, as protection against any possibility of...

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  June 24, 2022 If you have been scouring the internet looking for the best police academy graduation gifts you have come to the right place. We got you from here. Our Police Notebooks and Pens make the perfect Police Graduation Gift and here's why. Best Police Academy Graduation Gifts Let’s face it shopping for a police academy graduation gift seems simple but is actually quite hard. Police graduates these days get most of their equipment given to them prior to the police academy and then more of it during the course of the academy....

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