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Blackstone's Police Manual: Road Traffic: 2003

Written by Fraser Sampson. Blackstone's Police Manual on Road Traffic is the leading text on police law, and the only official reference work for police officers preparing for promotion examinations and for probationary officers.

£10.99

Blackstones Road Traffic 2003

 

The Essential Police Driver's Handbook

This textbook is for police drivers undertaking police driver training. It should also be useful to any driver wanting to improve their driving skills or take the advanced driving test.

£13.99

The Essential Police Driver's Handbook

 

Motorcycle Road Craft: The Police Rider's Handbook to Better Motorcycling

With input from police riders, trainees and civilian experts, this work is designed for police trainees and other riders concerned with getting the best from their machines.

£11.99

Motorcycle Road Craft: The Police Rider's Handbook to Better Motorcycling

 

Those Were the Days....British Police Cars

Written by Nick Walker. A nostalgic look at British police cars in past times.

£7.99

 

Police Cars

Illustrations and authoritative text describe the evolution of police cars from the earliest days, when they were privileged personal transport for the chief constables, to the present when they are specialised vehicles fighting crime.

£10.49

 

Agricultural Vehicles on the Road - a Guide to the Legislation

 

Written by Andrew McMahon and published by the New Police Bookshop.

£12.50

Agricultural Vehicles on the Road - a Guide to the Legislation

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