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Federal judge grants injunction banning ‘Kansas Two-Step’ Highway Patrol tactic

  • The Kansas Highway Patrol is no longer allowed to use the "Kansas Two-Step" tactic to detain out-of-state drivers and search their vehicles for drugs, as ruled by U.S. District Judge Kathryn H. Vratil.
  • The tactic was found to violate drivers' constitutional rights against unreasonable searches, and a permanent injunction was granted to prevent its use by the patrol.
  • The injunction also requires the patrol to implement cameras and audio in patrol cars, inform drivers of their right to refuse a search, and improve training and documentation.
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