Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2020 14th Revised edition [Minkštas viršelis]

Edited by (Canterbury Christ Church University), Edited by (Learning Development Specialist)
  • Formatas: Paperback / softback, 704 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 291x207x36 mm, weight: 1707 g
  • Išleidimo metai: 16-Sep-2019
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0198848641
  • ISBN-13: 9780198848646
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  • Formatas: Paperback / softback, 704 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 291x207x36 mm, weight: 1707 g
  • Išleidimo metai: 16-Sep-2019
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0198848641
  • ISBN-13: 9780198848646
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Reflecting the multitude of avenues into the police force now open to future police officers, and all the requirements of the College of Policing degree curriculum, Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2020 ensures you have the knowledge and understanding necessary to undertake independent patrol in a professional manner.

Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students 2020 reflects the multitude of avenues into policing now open to future police officers, from pre-join degree courses and degree apprenticeships to progression from serving as a Special or working as a PCSO.

Divided into six parts, representing key stages in your progression from pre-join programmes, to initial training and then confirmation, the Handbook leads you through the topics, covering theory, discussion, and practice while developing skills of analysis, problem solving, and forms of reasoning. Coupled with a comprehensive and accessible style, the book ensures you have the knowledge and understanding necessary to undertake independent patrol in a professional and competent manner. Key topics covered include stop, search, and entry; alcohol and drug offences; sexual offences; interviewing; and intelligence, as well as a new chapter on cybercrime. Parts of initial police training common to all new entrants are easily identified and there are specific chapters on qualification structures and training and assessment, meeting the needs of students whether you are entering policing through pre-join schemes or through an alternative qualification route.
About the Authors xi
Table of Cases
xv
Table of Legislation
xxi
Table of Secondary Legislation
xxxi
Introduction xxxv
Part I Overview
1 Introducing the Handbook
1(18)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 The Handbook as a Survival Guide
1(1)
1.3 Using the Handbook
1(3)
1.4 Glossary of Terms Used in Policing
4(14)
1.5 Answers to Tasks
18(1)
Part II Policing in Context
2 Policing
19(21)
2.1 Introduction
19(1)
2.2 Perspectives in Policing
19(14)
2.3 Police Organization and Ranks
33(4)
2.4 Answers to Tasks
37(3)
3 Crime and Criminality
40(11)
3.1 Introduction
40(1)
3.2 Definitions of Crime
40(2)
3.3 The Causes of Crime
42(1)
3.4 Measuring Crime
43(3)
3.5 Modelling Crime and Criminality
46(2)
3.6 Crime Reduction
48(3)
37 Evidence-based Policing
51(10)
3.8 Answers to Tasks
58(3)
4 The Criminal Justice System in England and Wales
61(12)
4.1 Introduction
61(1)
4.2 The Law in England and Wales
62(1)
4.3 Principles of Criminal Liability
63(1)
4.4 Human Rights and Equality
64(3)
4.5 The Criminal Justice System in Practice
67(3)
4.6 The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE)
70(1)
4.7 Answers to Tasks
71(2)
Part III Qualifications and Training
5 Roles, Responsibilities, and Support
73(42)
5.1 Introduction
73(1)
5.2 Attestation and the Role of the Police Constable
74(1)
5.3 The Code of Ethics
75(1)
5.4 The Police Regulations and Conditions of Service
76(2)
5.5 Decision-making in Policing
78(7)
5.6 Misconduct and Complaints Procedures
85(4)
5.7 Police Representative Organizations
89(3)
5.8 Managing Police Information
92(1)
5.9 Operating IT and Communication Systems
93(5)
5.10 Police Equipment and Technology
98(2)
5.11 Effective Interpersonal Communication
100(6)
5.12 Health and Safety
106(5)
5.13 Answers to Tasks
111(4)
6 Qualifying as a Police Officer
115(16)
6.1 Introduction
115(1)
6.2 The National Policing Curriculum
115(1)
6.3 Overview of Qualifications
115(1)
6.4 The New Routes to Qualifying as a Police Constable
116(6)
6.5 Applying to Join the Police
122(4)
6.6 Key Milestones in Training
126(5)
7 Learning and Critical Thinking
131(22)
7.1 Introduction
131(1)
7.2 Teaching and Learning
131(3)
7.3 Theories about Learning
134(2)
7.4 Critical Thinking
136(14)
7.5 Answers to Tasks
150(3)
Part IV General Procedures
8 Policing Local Communities
153(12)
8.1 Introduction
153(1)
8.2 Neighbourhood Policing in Context
154(1)
8.3 Delivering Local Policing
155(5)
8.4 The Partnership Approach
160(2)
8.5 Diversity and Equality in Local Policing
162(1)
8.6 Answers to Tasks
163(2)
9 Stop, Search, and Entry: Police Powers and Procedures
165(16)
9.1 Introduction
165(1)
9.2 Stop and Search
166(5)
9.3 Searches under s 1 (of the PACE Act 1984)
171(1)
9.4 Other Stop and Search Powers
172(3)
9.5 Searching Premises, Vehicles, and Open Land
175(5)
9.6 Answer to Task
180(1)
10 Initial Investigation, Arrest, Detention, and Disposal
181(42)
10.1 Introduction
181(1)
10.2 Police Notes and Records
182(4)
10.3 Cautions
186(3)
10.4 Unsolicited Comments by Suspects
189(1)
10.5 Identification of Suspects by Witnesses
189(2)
10.6 Arrest Without Warrant
191(7)
10.7 Warrants of Arrest
198(1)
10.8 Making an Arrest
198(5)
10.9 Retaining Items in Relation to an Offence
203(1)
10.10 Presentation of Suspects to Custody Officers
204(3)
10.11 Statements from Witnesses and Victims
207(3)
10.12 Duty Statements
210(2)
10.13 Methods of Disposal of Criminal Suspects
212(8)
10.14 Handover Procedures
220(1)
10.15 Answers to Tasks
221(2)
11 Attending Incidents
223(26)
11.1 Introduction
223(1)
11.2 General Procedures at Crime Scenes
223(9)
11.3 Incidents Involving Deaths
232(3)
11.4 Fires and Railway Incidents
235(3)
11.5 Attending Emergency, Major, and Critical Incidents
238(4)
11.6 Attending Scenes with Suspect Devices
242(3)
11.7 Planned Operations
245(1)
11.8 Answers to Tasks
246(3)
Part V Specific Incidents
12 Alcohol, Drugs, and Substance Abuse
249(18)
12.1 Introduction
249(1)
12.2 Alcohol-related Offences and Powers
249(3)
12.3 Alcohol and Young People
252(2)
12.4 Premises Licensing Legislation
254(1)
12.5 Controlled Drugs and Psychoactive Substances
255(7)
12.6 Production and Supply Offences
262(3)
12.7 Answers to Tasks
265(2)
13 Protection from Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
267(34)
13.1 Introduction
267(1)
13.2 Mentally Vulnerable People
267(6)
13.3 Safeguarding Children
273(4)
13.4 Missing Persons
277(3)
13.5 Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
280(3)
13.6 Family Violence and Coercion
283(10)
13.7 Providing Public Protection
293(6)
13.8 Answers to Tasks
299(2)
14 Policing Public Order, Anti-social Behaviour, and Harassment
301(33)
14.1 Introduction
301(1)
14.2 Countering Anti-social Behaviour
301(6)
14.3 Breach of the Peace
307(2)
14.4 The Public Order Act 1986
309(7)
14.5 Protection from Harassment
316(5)
14.6 Intimidation of Witnesses, Jurors, and Others
321(1)
14.7 Sports Events Offences
322(3)
14.8 Criminal Trespass and Outdoor Gatherings
325(2)
14.9 Fireworks Offences
327(2)
14.10 Hate Crime
329(3)
14.11 Answers to Tasks
332(2)
15 Unlawful Violence Against Persons and Premises
334(15)
15.1 Introduction
334(1)
15.2 Common Assault and Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm
335(3)
15.3 Unlawful and Malicious Wounding or Inflicting Grievous Bodily Harm
338(1)
15.4 Police Officers and the Use of Force
339(3)
15.5 General Defences to the Use of Violence
342(1)
15.6 Threats to Kill
343(1)
15.7 The Use of Violence to Enter Premises
344(2)
15.8 Gang-related Violence
346(1)
15.9 Managing Violent Offenders
347(1)
15.10 Answers to Tasks
347(2)
16 Theft, Fraud, and Related Offences
349(26)
16.1 Introduction
349(1)
16.2 Theft
349(2)
16.3 Robbery and Blackmail
351(2)
16.4 Burglary and Trespassing
353(4)
16.5 Stolen Goods and the Proceeds of Crime
357(4)
16.6 Going Equipped
361(1)
16.7 Abstracting Electricity
362(1)
16.8 Theft of Vehicles and Related Offences
363(4)
16.9 Fraud and Bribery Offences
367(4)
16.10 Answers to Tasks
371(4)
17 Sexual Offences
375(23)
17.1 Introduction
375(2)
17.2 Acts of a Sexual Nature in Public Places
377(1)
17.3 Voyeurism
378(1)
17.4 Sexual Images Offences
379(3)
17.5 Prostitution
382(2)
17.6 Sexual Assault, Rape, and Other Sexual Offences
384(6)
17.7 Children, Young People, and Sexual Offences
390(5)
17.8 Protecting the Public from Sexual Harm
395(1)
17.9 Answers to Tasks
396(2)
18 Weapons Offences
398(24)
18.1 Introduction
398(1)
18.2 Weapons Offences
399(4)
18.3 Firearms
403(5)
18.4 Section 1 Firearms
408(1)
18.5 Shotguns
409(3)
18.6 Pellet Firearms
412(2)
18.7 Imitation Firearms and Blank-firers
414(3)
18.8 Prohibited Weapons
417(2)
18.9 Answers to Tasks
419(3)
19 Road and Traffic Policing
422(73)
19.1 Introduction
422(1)
19.2 Definitions for Vehicles, Roads, and Driving
423(6)
19.3 Vehicle and Driver Documents
429(11)
19.4 Stopping a Vehicle and Examining Documents
440(3)
19.5 Construction and Use of Vehicles
443(13)
19.6 Pedestrian Crossings and Road Signs
456(4)
19.7 Road Traffic Collisions
460(6)
19.8 Offences Relating to Standards of Driving
466(5)
19.9 Drink-and Drug-driving
471(10)
19.10 Using Vehicles to Cause Alarm, Distress, and Annoyance
481(1)
19.11 Other Offences Relating to Vehicles and Highways
482(3)
19.12 Methods of Disposal for Motoring Offences
485(5)
19.13 Answers to Tasks
490(5)
20 Damage to Buildings and Other Property
495(7)
20.1 Introduction
495(1)
20.2 Criminal Damage
495(2)
20.3 Arson
497(1)
20.4 Threats to Damage
498(1)
20.5 Possessing an Article with Intent to Cause Criminal Damage
498(1)
20.6 Causing Damage to Heritage Sites
499(1)
20.7 Answers to Tasks
500(2)
21 Cybercrime
502(13)
21.1 Introduction
502(1)
21.2 Examples of Cybercrime
503(4)
21.3 Responding to Cybercrime
507(3)
21.4 Legislation and Cybercrime Offences
510(1)
21.5 Seizure and Packaging of Digital Devices
511(4)
22 Attempts, Conspiracy, and Encouraging or Assisting Crime
515(7)
22.1 Introduction
515(1)
22.2 Criminal Attempts
515(2)
22.3 Conspiracy
517(1)
22.4 Encouraging or Assisting Crime
518(3)
22.5 Answer to Task
521(1)
Part VI Investigation and Prosecution
23 Intelligence
522(19)
23.1 Introduction
522(1)
23.2 Information and Intelligence
523(1)
23.3 Covert Human Intelligence Sources
524(4)
23.4 Surveillance
528(5)
23.5 Managing, Processing, and Using Intelligence
533(3)
23.6 The National Intelligence Model
536(3)
23.7 Answers to Tasks
539(2)
24 Criminal Investigation
541(18)
24.1 Introduction
541(1)
24.2 Key Principles for Investigations
542(6)
24.3 The Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996
548(3)
24.4 The Investigation Stage by Stage
551(7)
24.5 Answers to Tasks
558(1)
25 Investigative Interviewing
559(23)
25.1 Introduction
559(1)
25.2 Key Principles for Interviewing
559(3)
25.3 What is an Investigative Interview?
562(6)
25.4 The Needs of the Interviewee
568(1)
25.5 Interviews with Suspects
569(10)
25.6 Interviews with Witnesses
579(1)
25.7 Interviews and Criminal Intelligence
580(1)
25.8 Answers to Tasks
581(1)
26 Forensic Investigation
582(27)
26.1 Introduction
582(1)
26.2 Principles of Forensic Investigation
582(3)
26.3 Forensic Science and Investigations
585(2)
26.4 Establishing the Time and Date of an Event
587(1)
26.5 Types of Forensic Evidence
588(10)
26.6 Taking Samples in Investigations
598(6)
26.7 Seizure and Packaging Techniques
604(3)
26.8 Answers to Tasks
607(2)
27 Prosecution and Court Procedures
609(16)
27.1 Introduction
609(1)
27.2 The Role of the Crown Prosecution Service
609(1)
27.3 The Charging Process
610(1)
27.4 Preparing and Submitting Case Files
611(2)
27.5 In Court
613(10)
27.6 Answers to Tasks
623(2)
Bibliography and References 625(18)
Index 643
Professor Robin Bryant is Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange within the School of Law, Criminal Justice Studies and Computing at Canterbury Christ Church University. Sarah Bryant specializes in editing technical, academic material for a wider readership. Her background is in science education and the development of learning materials for adults.