PART IX - STOP AND FRISK (suggested time 1 hour)
1. Identify the following regarding the legal justification for a frisk:
a. The justification needed to stop the suspect.
b. The further justification needed for a frisk of a detained person and/or vehicle.
2. Identify the following regarding the legal scope of a frisk:
a. The general scope of a frisk of a detained person and/or vehicle (where and for what).
b. The circumstances under which a “plain feel” seizure of contraband or evidence is legal.
c. When a container may be searched for weapons during a frisk.
d. What an officer can do while detaining a suspect with a container when a frisk of the container does not seem reasonable.