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by Gary Fraser,Trefor Giles,David Crow,Amanda Form

ePub Mastering Policing Skills (Policing Skills S.) download
Author:
Gary Fraser,Trefor Giles,David Crow,Amanda Form
ISBN13:
978-1846410123
ISBN:
1846410126
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Publisher:
Learning Matters (January 1, 2006)
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Politics & Government
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Mastering Policing Skills book. Gary Fraser (Contributor), David Crow.

Mastering Policing Skills book. This volume has been designed to be used by student officers who are undertaking the new initial police learning and development programmes.

Sue Madsen, David Crow, Amanda Form, Gary Fraser, Trefor Giles. Edycja: 2nd. Język: english. Liczba stron: 176. ISBN 10: 1844453308. ISBN 13: 9781844453306.

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Find nearly any book by Gary Fraser. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Mastering Policing Skills (Policing Skills . by Gary Fraser, Trefor Giles, David Crow, Amanda Form. ISBN 9781846410123 (978-1-84641-012-3) Softcover, Learning Matters, 2006.

Mastering Policing Skills (Policing Skills . authors. David Crow Amanda Form Gary Fraser Trefor Giles. The police service now has a series of National Occupational Standards against which new officers will be trained and assessed. This book, written by police officers, introduces the key competency areas and elementary skills required of officers.

Though the police and the public often seem to be at odds, police can rebuild trust . Public Distrust of Police Is Not New. There was much resistance then, as there is now, to the idea of a uniformed, armed, occupying force patrolling the streets of the community.

Though the police and the public often seem to be at odds, police can rebuild trust by getting back to the basic principles of community policing.

The police service now has a series of National Occupational Standards against which new officers will be trained and assessed. 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.