Contains many multiple-choice questions that help to reinforce understanding of the Police Manuals. This book focuses on crime and covers a variety of topics, including the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004, the Criminal Justice Act 2003, the Children Act 2004, the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 and the Gangmasters Licencing Act 2004.
Designed to mirror the best-selling "Blackstone's Police Manuals", this series is written by experienced and highly successful question writers. Each Q&A book contains 100s of multiple-choice questions designed to reinforce knowledge and understanding of all four Police Manuals, and to highlight any gaps or weaknesses in that knowledge. Following subjects in the same sequence as the Manuals and drawing upon the relevant text, the "Blackstone's Police Q&As" are essential revision material for all police officers sitting the OSPRE [registered] Part 1 promotion examinations. The 2006 editions of this popular series contain substantial updates, reflecting changes to the 2006 versions of the "Blackstone's Police Manuals", and also now contain handy paragraph references to the relevant Manual and a question checklist to mark the answers. This new edition focuses on crime and has been revised and update to include new questions on important areas of the law such as: the Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants etc) Act 2004, the Criminal Justice Act 2003, the Children Act 2004, the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004, the Gangmasters Licencing Act 2004, and the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000. Other titles in the series are: "Evidence & Procedure Q&A 2006", "Roads Policing Q&A 2006", and "General Police Duties Q&A 2006". This product is not endorsed by CENTREX.
Well structured and balanced...I would recommend then (Blackstones) to all candidates
About Huw Smart
Huw Smart is a serving police inspector and qualified police trainer. He has several years' experience in writing multiple-choice questions. He is author of Blackstone's Custody Officer's Manual. Huw is also a part-time lecturer at the University of Glamorgan. John Watson is a serving police inspector and qualified police trainer. He has several years's experience in writing multiple-choice questions that have been successfully used for in-force training.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION; BLACKSTONE'S POLICE Q&AS - SPECIAL FEATURES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. State of Mind and Criminal Conduct; 2. Incomplete Offences and Police Investigations; 3. General Defences; 4. Homicide; 5. Misuse of Drugs; 6. Offences Against the Person; 7. Sexual Offences; 8. Child Protection; 9. Offences Amounting to Dishonesty; 10. Criminal Damage; 11. Offences Against the Administration of Justice and Public Interest; 12. Offences Arising from Immigration, Asylum and People Exploitation; QUESTION CHECKLIST
Crime: 2006 by Huw Smart
Blackstone's Police Q & A S.
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