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Category: NPPF Step 2 Sergeant to Inspector Exam 2016

  1. NPPF Step 2 Sergeant to Inspector Week 19 Blog 2016

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    NPPF Step 2 Sergeant – Inspector Promotion Exam 2017

    Week 19

    Crime Chapter 16

    Criminal Damage

    Crime Chapter 17

    Offences Against the Administration of Justice and Public Interest.

    Crime Chapter 18

    Offences Arising from Immigration, Asylum and People Exploitation.

     

    Good news and bad news this week, so we will start with the bad news, last week we studied just the one chapter, but this week we are back to three chapters.  The good news however, is that they are the last three chapters in the Crime syllabus book.

    Our chapters this week are as follows. 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.

  2. NPPF Step 2 Sergeant to Inspector Blog 2016, Week 18

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    NPPF Step 2 Sergeant – Inspector 2017

    Evidence and Procedure Chapter 8

    Detention and Treatment of Persons by Police Officers   PACE Code C

     

    Well, just the one chapter to look at this week, but what an important chapter it is.  It is massive, both in terms of the amount of content, but also because of its relevance.  It is a chapter that gets tested very regularly, and that says it all. You will find it in The Evidence and Procedure syllabus book, and it is Chapter 8, Detention and Treatment of Persons by Police Officers, PACE Code C. Because it is so important I have deliberately not paired it up with another chapter so you can focus fully on this important chapter for a full week.

    Right at the beginning of the chapter you will find the definition of Police Detention, and I would start by adding that to the growing collection of index cards of definitions to learn, that you have.  Everything else sits around this definition, and it is the basis of a lot of police actions.