Readership: Part 1 police promotions examination candidates; police officers; police trainers.
John Watson, Serving police officer and qualified police trainer, and Huw Smart, Chief Inspector, South Wales Police
Huw Smart is a serving Chief Inspector and qualified police trainer for South Wales Police. He has several years' experience in writing multiple-choice questions. He is author of Blackstone's Custody Officer's Manual and is also a part-time lecturer at the University of Glamorgan.
John Watson is a serving police officer with over 25 year's police service and is a qualified police trainer and assessor. He has several years' experience in writing multiple-choice questions that have been successfully used for in-force training.
Review(s) from previous edition"An excellent resource and revision aide for those studying for the Sergeants' and Inspectors' promotion examinations, and also great for officers who simply want to improve their knowledge and keep up to date with changes in legislation. - Stephen Armitage, Police Constable, North Yorkshire Police
"The best way to pass the police promotion examination is to develop knowledge and technique through answering questions" - Dr Richard Heslop, Sergeant, West Yorkshire Police
1: State of Mind
2: Criminal Conduct
3: Incomplete Offences and Police Investigations
4: General Defences
6: Misuse of Drugs
7: Firearms and Gun Crime
8: Racially and Religiously Aggravated Offences
9: Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person
10: Miscellaneous Offences Against the Person
11: Sexual Offences
12: Control of Sex Offenders
13: Child Protection
14: Theft and Related Offences
16: Criminal Damage
17: Offences Against the Administration of Justice and Public Interest
18: Offences Arising from Immigration, Asylum and People Exploitation