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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Police Law 14th ed isbn 9780198724360

Police Law 13th ed

ISBN13: 9780199665501
New Edition ISBN: 9780198724360
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199594825
Published: February 2013
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Now in its thirteenth edition, this well-respected and highly regarded book covers all areas of law and legal procedure which are of interest to police officers.

Updated to include new legislation such as the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the Protection of Freedom Act 2012, the Coroners and Justice Act 2009, and the Crime and Security Act 2010, there is also discussion of important changes to PACE Codes C, G, and H, as well as updates on the law relating to domestic violence, gambling, public order, and road safety.

In addition, there is new case law and a revised structure reflecting the changing nature of policing and the challenges officers face. Comprehensive and easy to understand, Police Law is an indispensable everyday reference book for police officers, and is the only book covering all areas of police law.

The book also provides a good source of information for members of the public who wish to refer to a legal text written in an accessible way. Police Law is accompanied by a useful companion website containing regular updates on changes in the law throughout the life of the print edition.

Police and Public Order Law
1. General Principles
2. Elements of Criminal Procedure
3. Police Powers
4. Police Questioning and the Rights of Suspects
5. Treatment, Charging and Bail of Detainees
6. Identification Methods
7. The Law of Criminal Evidence
8. The Police
9. Traffic: General Provisions
10. Use of Vehicles
11. Control of Vehicles
12. Lights and Vehicles
13. Traffic Accidents
14. Driving Offences
15. Drinking or Drug-Taking and Driving
16. Children and Young Persons
17. Licensed Premises, Licensed Persons, Clubs, Places of Entertainment and Offences of Drunkenness
18. Dogs
19. Firearms and Weapons
20. Explosives
21. Railways
22. Nuisances, Collections, Vagrancy, Peddling and Scrap Metal
23. Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person
24. Disputes
25. Homicide and Related Offences
26. Public Order other than Those Offences Related to Sporting Events or Industrial Disputes
27. Public Order Offences Related to Sporting Events and Those Connected with Industrial Disputes
28. Terrorism Generally
29. Sexual Offences
30. Offences Relating to Prostitution, Obscenity and Indecent Photographs
31. Drugs
32. Theft and Related Offences, Robbery and Blackmail
33. Burglary
34. Offences of Fraud and Bribery
35. Handling Stolen Goods and Related Offences
36. Forgery and Counterfeiting
37. Criminal Damage and Computer Misuse
38. Offences against Administration of Justice
39. Preventive Justice