TCRP Legal Research Digest 22: The Case for Searches on Public Transportation (2005)

TCRP Legal Research Digest 22: The Case for Searches on Public Transportation
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TCRP Legal Research Digest 22:
The Case for Searches on Public Transportation
(2005)
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TRB's Legal Research Digest 22: The Case for Searches on Public Transportation examines the ability of public transportation systems or their agents, within the context of federal or state law, to conduct either random searches or targeted searches of passengers on public transportation vehicles or on public transportation property.

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79 pages | 8.5 x 11

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National Research Council. TCRP Legal Research Digest 22: The Case for Searches on Public Transportation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2005.

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