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Formerly known as Butterworth's Police Law, this new ninth edition, now published by Oxford University Press, covers all areas of law and legal procedure which are of interest to police officers. This well-respected and highly regarded book is comprehensive and easy to understand, and is suitable for any reader, even those with no formal legal training. This edition has been fully updated to 1st January 2005 and now includes discussion of; The Licensing Act 2003; the Sexual Offences Act 2003; the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003; the Criminal Justice Act 2003; and revision of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act Codes of Practice. This is a practical and comprehensive volume for everyday use.
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Jack English was formerly Assistant Chief Constable, Northumbria Police, and Director of the Central Planning and Instructor Training Unit, and Chief Examiner to the Police Promotion Examinations Board. He is author of; Police Training Manual, published by McGraw-Hill and Summonses and Charges, published by the Police Reviewing Company. He has edited Butterworths' Road Traffic Service and Butterworths' Road Traffic Bulletins.
Richard Card was formerly Professor of Law and Chairman of the School of Law at De Montford University, Leicester. He has written and lectured extensively in a number of areas of law, particularly criminal law. He is the sole author of Card, Cross and Jones' Criminal Law, and has also written eight other books.
The wealth of Jack English's experience should amply state his suitability to produce a book on Police Law, a book which I have never been without since it replaced Moriarty, known to generations of Police officers. Highly recommended. Rob Jerrard, Police Journal
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