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Category: NPPF Step 2 Promotion Exam Constable to Sergeant 2017

  1. NPPF Step 2 Sergeant to Inspector Exam Blog 2017 Week 16

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    NPPF Step 2 Legal Exam

    Police Promotion Exam Sergeant – Inspector 2017

    Week 16

    General Police Duties Chapter 14

    Domestic Violence and Trade Disputes

    General Police Duties Chapter 15

    Offences Relating to Land and Property 

    General Police Duties Chapter 16

    Licensing and Offences Relating to Alcohol

     

    This week we look at the next three chapters  from the General Police Duties syllabus book.  They are Chapter 14 Domestic Violence and Trade Disputes, Chapter 15, Offences Relating to Land and Property and finally Chapter 16, Offences Relating to Alcohol.

    Our first chapter this week is Chapter 14, Domestic Violence and Trade Disputes,  and is another fairly short chapter, but one that is full of good areas for your examiners to test. The chapter has been given a bit of a make-over since last year, and that includes a new heading, but the content is still very much the same.

  2. NPPF Step 2 Police Promotion Exam Constable to Sergeant 2016/17 Week 19

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    NPPF Step 2  Constable to Sergeant 2017 

    Week 19

     

    Blackstone’s Volume

    Chapter Heading

    Crime Chapter 16

    Criminal Damage

    Crime Chapter 17

    Offences Against the Administration of Justice

    Crime Chapter 18

    Offences Arising from Immigration, Asylum, and People Exploitation

     Our chapters this week are the last three chapters in the Crime Syllabus Blackstone’s. The first chapter is Chapter 16 Criminal Damage, the second chapter is Chapter 17 Offences Against the Administration of Justice and Public Interest, and the last chapter is Chapter 18 Offences Arising from Immigration, Asylum and People Exploitation.   

    Let’s make a start looking at Chapter 16 Criminal Damage, this is historically, a much tested area.  It is an Act of Parliament that was written by the same people who wrote the Theft Act, and it uses much the same language as the Theft Act does which makes it easier and more interesting to study.