This subject examines general duties policing within NSW and the theory of policing in a liberal democratic society. It focuses on the rule of law, with particular emphasis on criminal and drug law enforcement. Also it focuses on the service role of policing in situations that do not necessarily require police legal intervention. There is a study of the primary stakeholders who come into frequent contact with NSW Police, with a particular focus on vulnerable people and people with special needs.
School of Policing Studies
Available only to students in the Associate Degree in Policing Practice. Students will require internet access.
PPP152 and PPP153 and PPP154
PPP145 is the 16 point equivalent of PPP152 and PPP155
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