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    NPPF Step 2 Constable to Sergeant Exam 2018

     

    Week 12

     

     

    Blackstone’s Volume

    Chapter Heading

    Evidence and Procedure  Chapter 5

    Youth Justice, Crime and Disorder

    Evidence and Procedure  Chapter 6  

    Exclusion of Admissible Evidence

    Evidence and Procedure  Chapter 7

    Disclosure of Evidence

     

    This week we return to studying three chapters after last week’s two, and we dive back in to the Evidence and Procedure Blackstone’s Syllabus book for them.  Chapter 5 Youth Justice, Crime and Disorder, Chapter 6 Exclusion of Admissible Evidence, and lastly Chapter 7 Disclosure of Evidence.   

    Our first chapter this week then is Chapter 5, Youth Crime and Disorder, not a desperately long chapter, but one that has a lot of important topics in it. 

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    NPPF Step 2 Constable to Sergeant Exam 2018

     

    Week 11

     

     

    Blackstone’s Volume

    Chapter Heading

    General Police Duties Chapter  8

    Entry Search and Seizure

    General Police Duties Chapter 9

    Harassment Hostility, Stalking and Anti Social Behaviour 

     There are just the two chapters this week, both from the General Police Duties Blackstones syllabus book. Firstly, Chapter 8, Entry Search and Seizure, followed by Chapter 9, Harassment, Hostility, Stalking and Anti Social Behaviour.

    The first chapter this week, Chapter 7 Entry, Search and Seizure is a really important one.  It contains a lot of very important police powers all of which you have to know. Section 18 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act is a good area to test, but if I was to write a question on it I would write about searching without the authority of the Inspector, along the lines of someone conducting search without first gaining the authority while on the way to the police station, and PC Bloggins a probationer asks your advice etc etc. By phrasing questions that way you can bring a lot of topics that are not immediately obviously topics to test for you into your area of expertise.