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  1. NPPF Sergeant – Inspector 2017

    Week 11

    GPD Chapter 8

    Harassment, Stalking, Hostility and Anti Social Behaviour.

    GPD Chapter 9

    Offences involving Communications

    GPD Chapter 10

    Terrorism and Associated Offences

     

    So here we are in week 11 already in our series of articles to help you pass your Inspectors exam.  This week we are looking at three chapters from the General Police Duties Blackstone’s, and they are Chapter 8 Harassment, Stalking, Hostility, and Anti Social Behaviour, Chapter 9 Offences involving Communications, and finally Chapter 10 Terrorism and Associated Offences. 

    You all know how much importance I place on subjects that are topical ,and in the news at the time your exam was being written, well there are two chapters this week that were topical at the time your exam was being written, and are still today.

  2. NPPF Step 2 Sergeant – Inspector Exam 2017

    Week 10

    Crime Chapter 10

    Miscellaneous Offences Against the Person

    Crime Chapter 11

    Sexual Offences

    Crime Chapter 12

    Control of Sex Offenders

     

    Welcome to the tenth week in our series of articles to help you pass the Sergeant to Inspector exam. This week we are looking at three chapters from the Crime Blackstone’s, and they are Chapter 10, Miscellaneous Offences Against the Person, Chapter 11, Sexual Offences and finally Chapter 12 Control of Sex Offenders. 

    The first chapter this week is Chapter 10 Miscellaneous Offences Against the Person.  It is a short chapter, but has an interesting variety of offences in it.  Torture was in the news for quite a while until recently, with the rendition flights stopping off in the UK before taking people off somewhere else.  Things that were in the news and topical at the time your exam was written are always well worth spending a little more time on than you might otherwise do. It also links well with Human Rights so have a good look at this section. Interestingly enough it was only recently that the Government announced (after many years of wrestling with the topic) that the UK will continue within the European Convention of Human Rights, so everything remains as it is.