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  1. PACE 1 Stop & Search Guide

    A guide to PACE 1 Stop & Search including relevant legislation and a guide on how it should be applied.

    25 downloads

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  2. Forced Marriage Guide

    A guide to forced marraige, it's definition and legislation.

    3 downloads

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  3. Basic 1st Aid Guide

    This is a basic first aid reminder.
    It's part of my series of PNB aide memoire cards that I made for myself.
    They are designed to be folded over and laminated. Once you do that its the perfect size for a PNB (well that depends on what size your force uses I guess, but it fits the A&S ones which is 3.5 x 5.75 inches).

    29 downloads

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  4. Penalty Notices for Disorder Aide

    This is a list of PND codes and relevant penalties. 
    It's part of my series of PNB aide memoire cards that I made for myself.
    They are designed to be folded over and laminated. Once you do that its the perfect size for a PNB (well that depends on what size your force uses I guess, but it fits the A&S ones which is 3.5 x 5.75 inches).

    58 downloads

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  5. Traffic Aide Memoir

    A useful traffic guide for all of you with a keen interest in Roads Policing.

    134 downloads

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  6. Drink Drive Guide

    A useful guide to assist you with the Drink Drive procedure.

    86 downloads

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  7. Tyre Tread Depth

    A pocket guide on tyre tread depth and legal limits

    51 downloads

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  8. Dispersal Powers (Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014)

    A constable in uniform may use dispersal powers to direct a person who is in a public place to leave the locality of that place and not to return for a specified period (maximum 48 hours) if two conditions are met: (i) the constable has reasonable grounds to suspect that the presence or behaviour of the person in the locality has contributed to or is likely to contribute to members of the public in the locality being harassed, alarmed or distressed, or the occurrence in the locality of crime of disorder; and (ii) the constable considers that giving a direction to a person under this section is necessary for the purpose of removing or reducing the likelihood of the events mentioned in (i). The constable may also require the surrender of an item being used to harass, alarm or distress members of the public.

    The direction must be given in writing (unless not reasonably practicable), specifying the locality to which it relates and imposing requirements as to the time by which the person must leave and the manner in which they must do so (including the route). The constable should tell the person that failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the direction is an offence. If the constable reasonably believes that the offender is under 16, he/she may remove the person to a place where the person lives or a place of safety.

    This power is designed to combine the most effective elements of the various current police powers into a single, less bureaucratic police power. A significant limitation in current police powers to disperse individuals causing ASB is that they have to be agreed in advance and can only be used in a pre-arranged area. In a fast moving situation, where groups can quickly convene to cause ASB or disorder and then move to different areas, the current powers are ineffective.

    Full ASB Powers available for download plus PCSO/Police Officer Guide

    64 downloads

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  9. Ages & The Law

    Ever wondered at what age certain things become legal? Ever met that group of challenging youths where you are struggling to recall exactly who can do what lawfully and who is breaking the law?
    This useful PNB guide will help you recall exactly that, print it out and carry it with you so you always have the information to hand.

    20 downloads

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  10. How to use your PNB Guide

    Your pocket note book is a critical document where the vast majority of initial evidence is captured. Getting the content right and professionally documented comes with practice.
    This useful guide will give you some top tips to ensure you are completing your correctly. 

    34 downloads

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