A Trainer's Guide to Copyright, Pt2

When, how, and how much of someone else's material may a law enforcement trainer use? Val Van Brocklin looks at situations law enforcement trainers might find themselves in and discusses some controlling court decisions.


Even if your use of copyrighted information falls within the fair use exception discussed last month, you must still give credit to the originator. Failure to do so is unethical. It's also plagiarism. (Web link below)



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