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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Blackstone's Handbook for the Special Constabulary 2nd ed isbn 9780199671694

Blackstone's Handbook for the Special Constabulary

Edited by: Bryn Caless, Barry Spruce, Jerry Brownas, Robert Underwood

ISBN13: 9780199592579
New Edition ISBN: 9780199671694
Published: July 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Flexicover Pocketbook
Price: Out of print



Blackstone's Handbook for the Special Constabulary is a timely and comprehensive guide to the role and work of this unique group within the police force.

Drawing on the new National Strategy for the Special Constabulary, it provides an invaluable, practical resource for all Special Constables, from new recruits to seasoned officers or even those who simply want to find out more about the role. It is designed as a handy reference tool for use on the job, whilst also providing a comprehensive context to policing and the criminal justice system.

The Handbook covers the police function of a Special Constable in chronological order, beginning with training and development, the law, police powers, and advice on professional standards. The daily encounters and experiences of a Special are explored, with expert guidance on the range of duties performed, such as Stop, Search and Entry, managing people and incidents, policing domestic violence, and working within Neighbourhood Policing Teams.

There is clear operational advice on crime scene management, including preserving physical evidence, types of forensic evidence, and the role of the First Officer Attending.

This approach is supported by a range of practical tools for the reader, such as boxed summaries, case studies, discussion points, flow-charts and checklists.

Subjects:
Police and Public Order Law
Contents:
Introduction
1: Being Special
2: Recruitment, Retention and Resilience
3: Training, Learning and Development
4: A Special Constable's Powers
5: Criminal Law
6: Deployment
7: Partnerships and Neighbourhood Policing
8: Crime Scene Management
9: The Criminal Justice System
10: Futures;