Designed for use in two consecutive Police Foundations Program (PFP) courses: PFP 104, a generic college English course; and PFP 204, a course geared toward the forms of communication used in policing, specifically, report writing.
Adapted from the U.S. second edition, this text is essentially a structural workbook containing exercises on punctuation, grammar, parts of speech, etc., focused on the needs of Police Foundations students. Nine new rhetorical sections have been added to the Canadian edition, resulting in a text that is both a communications resource and a practical workbook.
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A very easy to use workbook. In each section, you will find a brief rule relating to the topic, examples of the rule, and application exercises. The workbook is designed to heighten your ability to write effectively, on the part of the law enforcement professional.From the Back Cover:
The 5thedition ofReport It in Writingis a must-have, must-read guide for Public Safety professionals who need to write reports. Organized in an easy-to-follow A to Z format, it discusses both report writing elements and basic writing skills. Each part tackles a specific aspect of report writing—from listening to punctuation. Integrated exercises focus on indentifying basic facts and reinforcing basic rules of the English language. With its emphasis on ethics, investigative reporting and interpersonal skills, this book shows officers not only what information should go into reports, but also how to write this information well. New features to this edition include:
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130417866