What three situations constitute a breach of the peace?
When can a person be arrested for a breach of the peace?
Where can a breach of the peace occur?
What is the Queen's Peace?
Describe the offence which is defined by S.5 Public Order Act 1986.
Describe the offence which is defined by S.4A Public Order Act 1986.
Describe the offence which is defined by S.4 Public Order Act 1986.
What offence is defined by S.3 Public Order Act 1986?
What is the definition of affray?
When considering affray, what is meant by "threatens"
When considering affray, what is meant by "towards another"?
What are the signs and symptoms of drunkenness?
What are the two main offences relating to drunkenness in public places?
When considering the offence of being drunk in a public place, what are the points to prove?
When considering the offence of being drunk and disorderly, what are the points to prove?
When arriving at the scene of a drunk person, what are the first actions you should take?
How should you rouse a drunk person?
What are some illnesses that may have similar signs and symptoms to drunkenness?
What is a critical incident?
What command structure is adopted in order to respond to critical incidents?
What four actions should you take upon arriving at the scene of a critical/escalating incident?
What four actions must be PREVENTED in order to protect a scene?
If on the scene of a critical incident, how should you respond to media enquiries?
What is the golden hour?
What is the definition of driving while disqualified?
When considering driving while disqualified, what constitutes driving?
What is a motor vehicle?
What is a conveyance?
When considering driving while disqualified, what is a road?
When considering driving while disqualified, how can you prove that a person is disqualified?
What are the two ways in which a driver can be disqualified from driving?
What are the ways someone may be prohibited from driving, other than being disqualified?
What legislation defines the offence of TDA?
What is the definition of taking a conveyance?
What is aggravated TDA?
What is the statutory defence to aggravated vehicle taking?
What legislation defines TDA of a pedal cycle?
What is the definition of TDA pedal cycle?
What legislation defines the offence of vehicle interference?
What is the definition of vehicle interference?
When must a driver report an accident under S.170 of the Road Traffic Act?
What animals are relevant when considering whether an accident must be reported?
What details must a driver of an MPV give following an accident? What must they do if they can't?
What additional obligations (beyond a damage only accident) does a driver have following involvement in an accident that has resulted in personal injury?
When considering TDA, what does "taken" mean?
When a driver has stopped after a reportable accident, how long must they remain at the scene?