10 Things Cops Should Do, and 10 They Shouldn’t
*It is important to note that it is legally permissible for officers to lie to suspects during interrogations. They cannot, however, use force/coercion, or threats, to help gain a confession. Nor may officers promise a deal for sentence reductions, which prison the suspect will go to, etc. The first (sentence reductions) is something only judges and prosecutors have control over, not the police. And, it is the prison system that decides where an inmate is to be housed, not the court. A judge can make a recommendation, but not the actually housing assignment.
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