Arlington, Va. (December 21, 2011) - BNA today announced their latest product release, California Law Enforcement Officer Resource Center. Designed to support busy law enforcement officers in California, this continually updated service makes it easier than ever for these professionals to pinpoint the relevant details impacting their work. Available via laptop or desktop computer, smartphone, MDT, or tablet device, the resource center delivers content-rich service to provide access to more of the targeted, pertinent information necessary for law enforcement officers.
A complete information solution for law enforcement officers, the service provides:
· Convenient links to the full text of LEO related California Codes and federal statutes - browsable, printable, and searchable across all titles
· In-depth coverage of 18 different legal topics across all 50 states - updated daily from the most trusted legal news reporting service in the country
· Quick access to procedure and analysis affecting the work of law enforcement officers - whether in the field or at their desk
"With the legal implications of different law enforcement actions across the country constantly evolving, officers need to know the impact of these changes on the critical work they do everyday. California Law Enforcement Officer Resource Center makes this possible with comprehensive coverage of law enforcement news on critical topics in all 50 states. It is the only resource available that provides full access to LEO-related California Codes, federal statutes, news, and authored analysis - all in one place for one price," said Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group.
The full text of the California Codes includes Penal, Vehicle, Streets and Highways, Evidence and Fish and Game codes. The Federal Codes includes provisions on Domestic Security (Title 6), Crimes and Criminal Procedure (Title 18 and Appendix), Highways (Tile 23), Intoxicating Liquors (Title 27) and Transportation (Title 49).
"The service is designed not just for in-depth research, but also for quick reference in the field. In addition to web based access, users may download of a PDF version of the California Codes directly to their device of choice so they can have access at all times whether or not they have a signal." said Edwin Jackson, Director of Publishing for BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "Plus, law enforcement officers will get situation-specific guidance on the issues they face everyday - all for a price that matches just the respective California Codes in print."
To request a free trial, visit www.bna.com/CALORC or call BNA Customer Service at 1.800.372.1033 for more information.
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