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RS/PC Pocket Guide

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The RS/PC Pocket Guide: A Comprehensive Resource for Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause

The purpose of this book is straightforward - I want to help
you articulate your reasonable suspicion (“RS”) and probable
cause (“PC”) in your reports. Why? Because that’s the main
way to win cases and avoid suppression hearings altogether.
Articulate, articulate, articulate!

In my experience, most cops lose their cases because they
failed to articulate their RS and PC. This is true even if the
officer actually had RS or PC. In other words, when I speak to
cops that lost a criminal case, or were successfully sued, they
often had enough facts and circumstances to WIN their
cases. But they lost because they either did not articulate it
properly or were not able to translate what they saw or heard
on-scene into RS or PC. You see what I mean? Articulation is

This book will help you articulate things that are often hidden
“in plain sight.” The suspect is telegraphing his guilt, you just
need to be able to articulate it. That’s where this book comes

Use this resource often and be prepared to proactively catch
and help convict people who want nothing more than to
victimize the most vulnerable. Until next time, stay safe.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
Scott Collins
Great Products as Always

This is the second time to order his books, and share them with the team.

Instead of bound book, wish this was a spiral bound for ease for troops and using the templates.

Joshua Ludlow
Love it. Easy read.

Was able to get this finished in a couple of days. Very easy read and great information!

Dennis Simmons

RS/PC Pocket Guide

mitchel mccullough
Great for articulation!

Read through it last weekend and used it to amplify a report for a felony drug arrest this week.

Chris Iwan

This book is awesome! The book is not full with legal jargon but simple concepts and is easy to follow. I will definitely be letting OIT's use it when they write reports to assist with what they saw and a guide to articulation.