Randy Rider

Randy Rider has been employed as a law enforcement officer for 32 years. He is still an active law enforcement officer serving in the capacity of training and internal affairs. Over the course of his career he has conducted hundreds of investigations concerning abuse, neglect, and use of force by police and corrections officers.

Lieutenant Rider was elected president of the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association in May of 2005. The association has a members employed in agencies throughout the United States and Canada. Lieutenant Rider is also a national instructor for the Public Agency Training Council, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Are Gun Seizures Ethical?

The Travesty of a Free Cup of Joe

United States of America v. Larry Wright

Thanksgiving Memories From A Retired Officer

Ethically Speaking – Just for the Cops?

9/11 Have We Forgotten?

Roid Rage - No Good Reason

Rochin v. California: What Shocks the Conscience

Hot Pursuit and Tunnel Vision

City of San Diego v. John Roe

Before September 11th

IA: Mary Hancock v. Chief Mike Baker

Be A Leader for Goodness Sake

Agency CEOs Determine Morality Image

Bellotte v. Edwards et al

False Accusations

False Accusations

United States v. Hayes

Domestic Violence, Pt 3

September 11th Memories

Police & Domestic Violence, Pt 2

Sex Harassment v. Qualified Immunity

Fitness for duty

Westbrook v. City of Omaha

The Todd Road Incident

Town Hall Meetings