Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2013 has been developed from the best-selling Blackstone's Student Police Officer Handbook to reflect the multitude of avenues into the police force now open to future police officers, from pre-entry courses to PCSOs and Specials. Designed specifically to meet the new requirements of police training, this book is a must-have for those embarking on a career in the police. Parts of initial police training common to all new entrants are easily identified and there are specific chapters on qualification structures and training and assessment, meeting the needs of students whether you are entering policing through pre-entry schemes or through an alternative qualification route. This new structure means it is possible for students to omit certain Parts of the Handbook whilst still meeting the mandatory requirements of the revised IPLDP Diploma in Policing. Divided into six parts, representing key stages in your progression from pre-entry programmes (where appropriate) in Parts 1 and 2, to initial training and then confirmation, the Handbook leads you through the topics, covering theory, discussion and practice while developing skills of analysis, problem solving and forms of reasoning. Coupled with a comprehensive and accessible style, the book ensures you have the knowledge and understanding necessary to undertake independent patrol in a professional and competent manner. Key topics covered include Stop, Search, and Entry; Alcohol and Drug Offences; Sexual Offences; Interviewing; and Intelligence. Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2013 is essential reading whether you are taking a pre-entry course or the IPLDP Diploma in Policing, looking to move on from your role as a PCSO or Special, or are involved within the security and law enforcement sector.Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, AVCIS) were: 1. Ford Transit . Vauxhall Astra . Ford Fiesta . Volkswagen Golf . Vauxhall Corsa . BMW 3 Series . Ford Focus . Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 9. Ford Mondeo 10. Honda Civic. The report is available ... commit a s 1 Fraud Act 2006 offence of a#39;fraud by false representationa#39;, This is because the a#39;dishonest representationa#39; took ... When people enter a restaurant and order the meal, initially intending to pay but then change their mind about payinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2013|
|Author||:||Sofia Graça, Kevin Lawton-Barrett, Martin O'Neill, Stephen Tong, Robert Underwood|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2012-09-06|