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The Police & You: Your Rights and Responsibilities

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This two-hour presentation uses a combination of lecture and videos to provide a practical explanation of a person’s civil rights and responsibilities in interactions with police. When should you speak with police and when should you not? When can police search without a warrant? And more. This is critical information for every citizen presented in a practical, no nonsense, factual manner in a fun and entertaining way. This presentation can travel across Michigan for groups as small as 25 people. Cost is inexpensive.While based in metro Detroit, travel around the state of Michigan is available. Presenters will come to your area. This is generally for youth aged 14 and older, due to some graphic content.YOUTH: The Law & You A Practical Discussion for Young AdultsPresenting practical and honest information about legal rights and responsibilities intended for high school students.Able to shape the discussion according to the needs of our audience. Choose from the subjects below or contact us with custom requests. TOPICS Mandatory School Attendance School Searches Parental Control You & Alcohol Driving Freedom of Speech Voting Privacy Employment Interaction with PoliceThe Interaction with police is particularly useful for teenagers who are spending more time away from parents and, especially with driving age teens, increasing likelihood of encountering police.Information shared could mean the difference between arrest or warning and suggests when police are your friend and when they are not. Discussion includes: Searches of your car and person; Interviews as victim, witness and suspect; videotaping police activity and Miranda rights – Not what you may think.CALL TODAY TO HOST A TWO-HOUR PRESENTATION OR TO ATTEND AN UPCOMING SESSION. (313) 915-2443 OR EMAIL info@cautiongroup.com

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