New to this edition
Readership: Custody officers, detention officers, trainers, and trainees.
Other police training departments, police studies students.
Huw Smart is a serving Chief Inspector and qualified police trainer for South Wales Police, with nearly 30 years experience in the police service. He is a part-time lecturer at the University of Glamorgan and is co-author of the Blackstone's Police Q&As series.
"up-to-date [...] and covers all of the PACE aspects of a Custody Officer and Review Officer's duties very fully with good explanations and case studies." - Rob Jerrard, Internet Law Book Reviews
1: The Role of the Custody Officer
2: Detainees-Initial Action
3: Safer Detention
4: Clinical Treatment and Attention
5: Conditions of Detention
6: The Detainee's Entitlements
7: Vulnerable People and Appropriate Adults
8: Dealing with Property and Searching
10: Reviews and Relevant Time
11: Extending Detention
12: Identification and Samples
13: Dealing with Legal Representatives
14: Charging Suspects
15: Continued Detention After Charge
17: Terrorism Act 2000 Detainees
APPENDIX 1: Flow Charts
APPENDIX 2: Home Office Circulars