Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 3: Road Policing 2009 is part of a series of leading police reference texts in the UK. In addition to being the only offical study guides for the police promotion examinations in England and Wales, and a recognised text for student police officers, the Manuals have quickly established themselves as the definitive reference sources for all who have involvement with police law and procedure. The Manuals have been written in consultation with police forces across England and Wales, and are endorsed by the National Policing Improvement Agency, for OSPRE Part 1 Promotion Examinations. Blackstone's Police Manual Volume 3: Road Policing 2009 covers all aspects of road traffic law from a police officer's perspective. The 2009 edition has been fully updated to incorporate all recent legislative developments including amendments to the Road Safety Act 2006 and Construction and Use rules. Relevant topics include causing death by careless driving, use of mobile telephones and the control of a vehicle, and alcohol ignition interlocks. The Manuals continue to be the most accessible, relevant, and focussed revision materials for Promotion Examinations.They are widely used in the professional development of police officers in a variety of roles making them essential reading for anyone with an interest in police and criminal law.
Whether you are a serving police officer or police trainer, a practitioner, advisor, or researcher, Blackstone's Police Manuals 2009 are an essential purchase. The other three titles in the series are: Volume 1: Crime 2009, Volume 2: Evidence and Procedure 2009, Volume 4: General Police Duties 2009.
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Author Biography - Simon Cooper
Simon Cooper is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Salford where he teaches Criminal Law and Evidence. Previously, he was a serving police officer with the Greater Manchester Police from 1976 to 1983, the majority of this time being spent on road traffic duties. He has published widely in numerous legal journals and is the co-author of Elliot & Wood's Cases and Material on Criminal Law. With Michael Orme, he has written Road Traffic Law, part of the Blackstone's Practical Policing Series. Michael Orme retired from Greater Manchester Police in November 2004 having completed 30 years police service. He specialised in Road Traffic Policing in his career, having spent over 25 years on Road Policing Units both on inner city and territoral divisions.