Policing and the Law: A Practical Guide
The first Edition of Policing and the Law includes content on A Synoptic guide for members of the SAP, constitutional influences on detection, investigation and prosecution of crime, specific crimes, vicarious
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The first Edition of Policing and the Law includes content on A Synoptic guide for members of the SAP, constitutional influences on detection, investigation and prosecution of crime, specific crimes, vicarious liability, Labour Law and the SAP, investigative techniques, medical evidence and forensic investigation, crime statistics and interpretation.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to the South African criminal justice
system (S LÃ¶tter)
Chapter 2: Introduction to constitutional law (MG Karels)
Chapter 3: Basic principles of criminal law (S LÃ¶tter)
Chapter 4: Specific offences (S LÃ¶tter)
Chapter 5: Criminal procedure and the criminal justice system
Chapter 6: Pre-trial child justice (MG Karels)
Chapter 7: Aspects of the law of evidence (IJ Bezuidenhout)
Chapter 8: Delictual and other consequences of illegal or
unlawful police conduct (JP Swanepoel)
Chapter 9: Oversight, labour law and the police (JP Swanepoel)
Appendix A: Constitution of the Republic of South Africa,
Appendix B: Criminal offences
Appendix C: Code of Conduct of the South African Police
Appendix D: Code of Ethics of the South African Police Service
Appendix E: South African Police Service Discipline Regulations
Appendix F: SAPS forms issued in terms of the Child Justice
Act 75 of 2008