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Blackstone's Policing for the Special Constable
Blackstone's Policing for the Special Constable
Second edition

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Blackstone's Policing for the Special Constable is the second edition of the bestselling Blackstone's Handbook for the Special Constabulary, representing the changing needs of this unique volunteer group within the police service. Drawing on both the 2011 National Strategy for the Special Constabulary and conforming with the IL4SC (Initial Learning for the Special Constabulary), it is designed to be an invaluable learning resource for students and new recruits as well as a useful reference and refresher tool for the experienced Special.

Covering each stage of being a Special, from recruitment and initial training to the full range of duties, the authors describe and explain the day-to-day encounters and experiences of being a Special with today's police service. Expert guidance on the law, police powers, and professional standards is given, along with clear operational advice on crime scene management, managing people and incidents, working within Neighbourhood Policing Teams, and dealing with public order situations.

Comprehensive and practical, this book is essential reading for anyone joining or thinking of joining the Special Constabulary, especially those on pre-join or policing studies courses. It will also be of interest to Specials trainers and managers, and sergeants and inspectors responsible for Specials. 
ISBN
9780199671694
Author
Bryn Caless, Trish McCormack, Barry Spruce, and Bob Underwood
Published by
Oxford University Press
Publication Date
25 April 2013
Edition
Second edition
Format
Paperback
Extent
304 pages
Dimensions
156 x 234 mm
Approx Weight
0.5 kg
HS Code
490199


  1. Being Special
  2. Joining and Training
  3. Induction
  4. Legislation, Policies and Guidelines
  5. Powers and Duties
  6. Practical Operational Activities: Crime Scene Management
  7. Practical Operational Activities: Going to Court