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What does it take to make a good police officer? The answer is as varied and as complex as the job itself. As the roles involved in policing become increasingly complex and sophisticated, so too has the training of those entrusted with the powers and responsibilities of carrying out the task.
Taking a highly practical approach to what is a highly practical subject, the book guides the reader through a series of relevant scenarios that typify those that officers will face in their first days of patrol. The book not only addresses practical issues in the context of modern policing, but also considers them alongside the relevant professional competencies and occupational standards.