Mnemonics

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  1. Problem solving Sara
    • Scan
    • Analysis
    • Responce
    • Assessment
  2. Spels DRs Man
    • Danger
    • Response
    • Shout for help

    • Airway
    • Breathing
    • Compressions
  3. Control of Bleeding - PEEP
    • Position
    • Expose/Examine
    • Elevate
    • Pressure
  4. Forsenic eveidence - Initial action at scene - APC
    • Assess
    • Protect
    • communicate
  5. Crime scene Log - DR MAN
    • Details of officer keeping the log
    • Reason for entering the crime scene

    • Movements/Actions at Crime scene
    • Arrival and departure times
    • Names of all personnel attening the scene
  6. Meaning and admissibility - Essentias to prove Guilt

    Cries
    • Crime has been committed
    • Relevant charge to the crime
    • Indentifications of the accused as Culprit
    • Evidence is competent/Admissable
    • Sufficient evidence to prove the case
  7. Sufficiency - Ellements of circumstantial evidence - Magicop
    • Motive
    • Ability to commit crime
    • Guilty intent
    • Identification, (DNA, Finger prints)
    • Conduct after the crime
    • Opportunity
    • Preparation
  8. Productions LADA
    • Liquid
    • Animal
    • Document
    • Article or other thing
  9. Arrest Procedures - Principle advantages
    • Search
    • Photograph
    • ID Parade
    • Nail Scrapings and other noninvasive samples
    • Finger pints and palm prints
    • Restraint and control
    • Examination of injuries
    • Dental impressions and other invasive samples
  10. Making an arrest IRAN
    • Inform
    • Reason
    • Administer Caution
    • Note Reply
  11. Arrest powers and conditions - For common law crimes
    • Seen committing a crime at Common Law
    • Witness of having shortly before committed a crime at common law
    • Offensice to public decency
    • Running away from the scene pursued by others
    • Danger threatened to Lieges
  12. Powers of arrest for Minor crimes and statutory offences

    RAISE
    • Refuse to desist
    • Abode - No fixed
    • Interests of offender or public
    • Satisfaction of name and address not ascertained
    • Evident intention to abscond
  13. Searching People -Reasonable cause to suspect.

    SHACKS
    • Seen - What have you seen, actions, behaviours
    • Heard - What have you heard?
    • Actions - Towards you
    • Conversations - What was said
    • Knowledhe - What is already known about the individual
    • Smell - ie drugs
  14. Entry/Search of premises - Common law powers

    DISC
    • Disturbance, Quell ongoing
    • Invitation, frely given by occupant
    • Serious crime, in close purcuit
    • Cries for help or Distress
  15. Criminal Procedure General - Pleas in bar of Trial

    NIT
    • Non-age, accused less than 12
    • Insanity at time of trial
    • T Tholed an assize - already tried for the same crime
  16. Special defences

    ASIA
    • Alibi
    • Self Defence
    • Insanity at the time of crime
    • Allegation another named person committed the crime
  17. Solemn Procedure process

    PF JIP
    • Petition warrant
    • First Appearance

    • Judicial/Furth examination
    • Indictiment
    • Preliminary hearing
  18. Hate Crimes - Reporting racial incidents

    IDEAL LEAP
    • Impact, Advise PF if racially motiveated crime
    • Dismissal, provide reasons if racial motive has been dismissed
    • Estabish ethnic origin and language to include in report
    • Assess whether interpreter is required
    • Local Procedures and policies, have an awareness of

    • Libel statutory charge where more appropriate
    • Ensure and racist aggravation is reported
    • Advise PF if incident is racist
    • Police officers treated in same way
  19. Assault - Aggravations

    DIMPLER
    • Danger to victim
    • intend to kill, Rape, Mob, Ravish, etc
    • Mode of perpetration
    • Persons character
    • Locus of assault
    • Extent of injuries
    • Racially motivated
  20. Drugs Legislation - Section 8 offences

    COPS
    • Cannabis - Smoking, cannabis resin or prepared opium
    • Opium, preparing it for smoking
    • Producing or attempting to produce a controlled drug unlawfully
    • Supllying or attempting to supply a controlled drug unlawfully
  21. Public order

    PIES
    • Political
    • Industrial
    • Economic
    • Social
  22. Protecting children Section 12 offences

    WILL NEGABEX and his MANLI CUSIN
    • Willfully
    • Ill treats
    • neglects
    • Abandons
    • Exposes
    • Manner
    • Likely
    • Cause
    • unnecessary
    • suffering
    • injury to health
  23. Touting

    SOAP
    • Selling
    • Obtain Custom
    • advertise
    • Public place
  24. Litter Section 87 Offence

    DOT
    • Drops
    • Otherwise deposits
    • Throws down

    Exceptions: PLACES

    • Principles litter authority
    • litter control area
    • any relevant highway
    • crown land
    • educational institutions
    • statutory undertaking
  25. Removal and disposal of vehicles (on a Road)

    COP
    • Condition is dangerous
    • Obstruction being caused
    • PArking prohibitioon or restriction
  26. Noise pollition - Section 54 Offence

    SOS - Neighbours sending SOS
    • Sound or play any musical instrument
    • operate and radio, TV or other sound producing devices
    • sign or perform
  27. use of loud speakers - Exemptions

    TILE
    • Transport announcements
    • In car entertainment
    • Loudspeakers forming part of a telephone system
    • Emergency services
  28. How to examine a vehicle - Tyre offences

    UNCLE is tyred
    • Unsuitable for use
    • Not inflated or over-inflated
    • Lump, bulge or tear
    • Exposed ply or cord
  29. Adult seatbelt exemptions

    LETS B Safe
    • Learner driver - A qualified driver supervising them reversing
    • Emergency vehicles - Fire , Police
    • Taxis
    • Streeting backwards, reversing

    Belts not available

    • Show medical exemption cert
    • A journey no more than 50M whilst delivering or collecting
    • Fault, Whilst driving under trade licence to investigate of remedy
    • Endangerment to persons conducting driving test
  30. Notebooks

    ELBOW
    • no Eraures or obliterations
    • no Leaves torn out or damaged
    • No blank lines to be left
    • no over writing
    • no writing between lines, except corrections
  31. PRICE model
    • Planning and preparation
    • Rapport
    • Information gathering
    • Clarifying and confirming
    • evaluation

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