Police Manuals

Police Information in association with Patrol Store and Amazon provides a selection of Police manuals to aid your studying and your career in the Police service.

These manuals are concise legislative guide that would be useful to police officers throughout their career.

The Manuals are widely used in the professional development of police officers in a variety of roles, making them essential reading for anyone with an interest in police and criminal law.

Police Manuals deal with all essential aspects of the criminal law, road traffic legislation, general police duties, crime and evidence, procedures and initial recruitment process. all the books listed here have been fully updated to reflect changes that have taken place in policing environment over the last 4 years. The contents of the books have been arranged to follow the various stages involved a Police Career.

All the police books selection aims to provide a comprehensive but highly readable overview of policing in the UK.

Book Title Book Review Price  
Blackstone's Police Investigators' Manual & Workbook Pack 2007 Endorsed by CENTREX as the official study text for the National Investigators' Examination (NIE) - essential material for all Trainee Investigators
£68.99 
Blackstone's Police Investigators' Manual 2007 Completely updated for the 2007 syllabus, with reference to: the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005, and the revised PACE Codes of Practice, the Drugs Act 2005, and the Terrorism Act 2006
£36.99
Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 1: Crime 2007 The Manuals are widely used in the professional development "of police officers in a variety of roles making them essential reading for anyone with an interest in police and criminal law.
£14.95
Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 2: Evidence & Procedure 2007 Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 2: Evidence & Procedure 2007. Blackstone's Police Manuals are the leading police reference texts in the UK.
£14.95
Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 3: Road Policing 2007 (paperback) Whether you are a serving police officer or police trainer, a practitioner, advisor, or researcher, Blackstone's Police Manuals 2007 are an essential purchase.
£14.95
Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 4: General Police Duties 2007 This Manual has quickly established themselves as the definitive reference sources for all who have involvement with police law and procedure.
£14.95
Blackstone's Police Manuals 2007: Four Volume Set The Manuals are widely used in the professional development "of police officers in a variety of roles making them essential reading for anyone with an interest in police and criminal law.
£58.00
Policing Scotland

Written By Kenneth Scott and Daniel Donnelly. Contributors to the book are drawn from both academics and practitioners and include chapters on the history and development of policing in Scotland, its structure and organisation, Scottish devolution and policing, the role of policing within the wider Scottish criminal justice system, crime and policing, community policing in Scotland, policing drugs, policing and youth justice, human rights legislation and Scottish policing, and the management of Scottish policing.

£ 17.09
Practical Policing Skills for Student Officers

This book, written by police officers, introduces the key competency areas and elementary skills required of officers. Taking a highly practical approach, the book guides the reader through scenarios that typify those officers will face, addressing issues in the context of modern policing, but also considering them alongside the relevant professional competencies and occupational standards. Designed to complement the new IPLDP, this book is essential reading for those preparing to join the police or Student Officers undergoing initial training.

£ 16.15
Police Training Manual

Written by Jack and Brian English. A good book aimed at potential officers or probationer officers. The book follows a probationer training syllabus and looks at the application of the law in various situations. 

£27.99

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