Around 100 members of law enforcement gathered at the Blasco Library on Wednesday as the district attorney updated officers on the latest trends in the law.
Erie County law enforcement met to learn more about the latest procedures as law enforcement nationally is under a microscope and faces scrutiny.
Each year new case laws are passed that changes how an officer can respond to certain situations.
Topics at the meeting Wednesday, which is held by the district attorney’s office, included search and seizure with electronic devices and updates on the Good Samaritan Law.
Officers were updated on examples like when they can search the glove box or how long a person can be detained. The district attorney stressed the importance of proper seizure of evidence so that it does not get thrown out during a trial.
The district attorney said meetings like this are important to keep everyone on the same page.