Law for Student Police Officers
- Jonathan Merritt - De Montfort University, UK
Law (General) | Police Studies
This second edition has been fully revised to expand the content, take account of recent changes and reflect the latest legislation. In particular there is a new chapter on PCSOs, the sections on police powers, roads policing, animals and evidence have been updated and the issue of diversity has been woven into an increased number of scenarios.
"An excellent reference that helps apply the law relating to policing and criminal justice. Essential for new police officers." (Head of Department, St Helens College.)
I would recommend this book to those students wishing to follow a career in the police service, as it gives a comprehensive overview of the laws required and how they can be used by Bobbies in their jobs. Good content and good knowledge checks within.
I have recommended this book to those of my students who wish to follow a career in the police service. It gives a really good overview of the laws required and how they can be implemented within society
A smashing book that provides enough detail in the topics for most students. This book will feature on our reading list to the students and may become more essential later in the year but for now it will supplement the course requirements
This a very handy guide to Policing Law in the UK for anyone looking for how the police works. The structure of the book is effective in dealing with the issues of police and the law.
This book provides a comprehensive examination of all the required areas of criminal and policing law, with explicit links to the National Occupational Standards.
A helpful reference