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Blackstone's Police Investigators' Manual and Workbook 2015 are the only official study guides for the National Investigators' Exam (NIE), which is taken as part of Phase 1 of the Initial Crime Investigators' Development Programme. It is the most comprehensive and effective package for studying for the NIE, providing the complete 2015 syllabus and practical exercises and multiple-choice questions to test your knowledge. Blackstone's Police Investigators' Manual 2015 covers the new syllabus for all NIE exams taken in 2015 - part of Phase 1 of the Initial Crime Investigators' Development Programme. Based on the bestselling Blackstone's Police Manuals, the Investigators' Manual provides all the legal information which is relevant to your role as a trainee investigator, namely in the areas of Evidence, Property Offences, Assaults, Drugs, Firearms & Gun Crime, and Sexual Offences. It also covers the relevant PACE Codes of Practice, with chapters incorporating the relevant Code with Keynotes offering practical advice and examples, as well as chapters covering the Immigration Act 1971 and the Customs & Excise Management Act 1979 for investigators within immigration, customs and the National Crime Agency. Blackstone's Police Investigators' Workbook 2015 has 23 chapters, offering you an opportunity to gauge your revision progress through multiple-choice questions at each chapter opening, followed by a refresher section on complex parts of the syllabus with exercises and flowcharts, and recall questions at the conclusion to reinforce learning. Useful cross references point back to the Manual in the answer sections. Now in its seventeenth edition, both the Manual and Workbook contain the latest legislation and case law relevant to the 2015 NIE, including the Criminal Procedure Rules 2013, the Crime and Courts Act 2013, the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012, as well as revisions to PACE Codes A, B, C, E, F and H.