Roll Call News

February 3rd, 2016
Roll Call News is a bimonthly publication written by Linda S. Pieczynski for law enforcement professionals and attorneys in Illinois. It gives timely information and practical advice about new laws and cases affecting their performance. Many departments use Roll Call News as part of their training program and in response to risk management. Click here – Roll Call News Nov/Dec 2015, to download a sample of what you’re missing.  For a free back copy of Roll Call News, just email lpiec@sbcglobal.net.

When you choose the electronic copy, you will receive extra information from time to time like this DJOA 2016 handout from Ms. Pieczynski’s presentation to the DuPage County Juvenile Officers Association or early alerts on groundbreaking cases.

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