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  • Law Enforcement Information Network


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  • Williams, 29, would not talk about how she used the system because of the pending trial but said it is not uncommon for officers to use LEIN for a variety of purposes. -

  • Called the Law Enforcement Information Network, or LEIN, the system can tell police just about anything, including whether someone is wanted for arrest or is a sex offender. -

  • Lain said cases involving other officers accused of improperly using LEIN have been handled by the Police Department's internal affairs division. -

  • I believe anyone doing any of your ideas with NCIC or LEIN would be committing a crime.

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  • LEIN channels are used to access drivers 'information during traffic stops. -

  • There have been no officer safety issues with radios so far, said Marshall Police Chief Jim Schwartz, but the Marshall Police Department is having problems with its Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) channel. -

  • But Albion hasn't had any problems with LEIN, said Eric Miller, Albion's police chief. -

  • Maichele told the Enquirer on Aug. 20 that township board members called the township office asking for the bill to be paid because they worried officers would be hindered without the LEIN service. -

  • But Adkins said losing LEIN services didn't count as an "imminent threat," otherwise the county judge wouldn't have allowed the service cuts. -

  • Aug. 20 or the township would lose access to the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN), a service police use to get information on suspects and vehicles. -


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