Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2014 by Robin Bryant
The Blackstone Police Student Guide 2014 reflects a large number of avenues in the police force that are now open to future police officers, starting from previous courses to join…
Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2014 synopsis
The Blackstone Police Student Guide 2014 reflects a large number of avenues in the police force that are now open to future police officers, starting from previous courses to join training and private courses. This book is specifically designed to meet the new requirements for police training and has been developed from the best-selling Blackstone Police Officers' Guide, which is a must for those who practice a police career.
The booklet is divided into six parts, representing the main stages of your progress from pre-accession programs, to initial training and emphasis, leading you through topics, covering theory, discussion and practice while developing analytical skills, problem solving, and forms of thinking. In addition to a comprehensive and accessible approach, the book guarantees you the knowledge and understanding necessary to conduct an independent tour in a professional and competent manner.
Key topics covered include: Stop, Search and Entry; Alcohol and Drug Offenses Sexual Offenses Conduct interviews. And intelligence.
Parts of the initial police training are common to all newcomers, and there are specific chapters on qualification, training and evaluation structures, and meeting the needs of students whether you are entering the police through pre-accession plans or through an alternative rehabilitation course. This new structure means that students can delete certain parts of the manual while still meeting the mandatory requirements for a modified diploma in the police.
The Blackstone Police Student Manual 2014 is essential to read whether you take the certificate in police knowledge, a police diploma, a police degree, or are looking to move from a PCSO or a special role.
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