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Category: NPPF Step 2 Promotion Exam Constable to Sergeant 2017

  1. NPFF Step 2 Constable to Sergeant Exam 2017 Week 14

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    NPPF Step 2 Constable to Sergeant Exam 2018

    Week 14

     

    Blackstone’s Volume

    Chapter Heading

    General Police Duties Chapter 9

    Offences Involving Communication

    General Police Duties Chapter 10

    Terrorism and Associated Offences

    General Police Duties Chapter 11

    Public Disorder

     

    There are three chapters to look at this week and they are from the General Police Duties syllabus book, starting with Chapter 9, Offences Involving Communication, then Chapter 10, Terrorism and Associated Offences , followed lastly by Chapter 11 Public Disorder. 

    So our first chapter is Chapter 9 Offences Involving Communication.  Your examiners over the years have demonstrated their ability to write questions from obscure parts of the syllabus and this chapter could well be where it comes from this year. Recently this chapter was tested twice in the Constable to Sergeant exam.

  2. NPFF Step 2 Exam Constable to Sergeant Exam 2017 Week 12

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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.