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The Law Enforcement Resource Center maintains a comprehensive annotated listing of all audio visual training programs. Please refer to the section How To Order for additional instructions.
The media programs are not meant to be a substitute for traditional training classes and may refer to local laws, policies, and procedures which may conflict with other jurisdictions. The program content of these materials was accurate at the time of production. It is the trainer's responsibility to preview materials prior to classroom viewing to determine the accuracy and validity of the content. The Law Enforcement Resource Center waives all legal responsibility of the content in these supplemental training resource programs.
Most programs are protected under the United States Copyright Law. These programs may not be duplicated or reproduced in whole or in part without specific written permission from the copyright holder. The Law Enforcement Resource Center vigorously supports the rights of copyright holders and will not permit the violation of their rights or permit the use of the Center's equipment to reproduce copyrighted materials.
The highest priority is given to the police recruit training programs at the Regional Training Academies to ensure that the required programs will be available for their scheduled training classes. To accomplish this, we prefer that law enforcement agencies request programs no more than one month in advance and limit their requests to four items for any given date.