NPPF Step 2 Legal Examination

All candidates wishing to apply for the National Police Promotion Framework (NPPF) Step Two Legal Examinations in 2019, must refer to the NPPF Candidate Handbook 2019.  This handbook contains all information that candidates will need in terms of the rules, syllabus, how to apply, details of the assessment process, and results and feedback.  Any queries about the examination should be directed to your Force Examinations Officer.

Examination Dates:

Sergeants’ – Tuesday, 12 March 2019 (Closing date for registration 30 November 2018)

Inspectors’ – Tuesday 8 October 2019 (Closing date for registration 1 July 2019)

Please refer to the NPPF Candidate Handbook 2019 for details on applying.

Additional Candidate guidance

The following resources are provided to help you prepare for the NPPF Step 2 Legal Examination:

NPPF Candidate Handbook 2019 – All candidates must download and read this handbook. It contains all information that candidates will need in terms of the rules, syllabus, how to apply, details of the assessment process, and results and feedback.

Sergeants' Subject Area List - This document provides the Subject Area List for which candidates were tested during the last Sergeants' NPPF Step 2 Legal Examination.*

Inspectors' Subject Area List  - This document provides the Subject Area List for which candidates were tested during the last Inspectors' NPPF Step 2 Legal Examination.*

* The Subject Area Lists are only a general guide to the type of topics that have been tested in the past, and are not an indication of the content of any future examinations.

Reasonable Adjustments and Accommodations

Candidates who wish to request a reasonable adjustment or accommodation for the examination should refer to the NPPF Candidate Handbook 2019 and the College of Policing Selection & Assessments' Policy on Accommodations and Reasonable Adjustments. Reports to support Reasonable Adjustment requests must be submitted to The College of Policing no later than the registration closure date.
 

Further Information

If candidates have additional queries after reading the NPPF Candidate Handbook 2019 they should contact their Force Examinations Officer in the first instance. The Selection and Assessment Unit at the College of Policing should only be contacted if candidates are unable to contact their Force Examinations Officer. The contact details for the Selection and Assessment Unit can be found within the Candidate Handbook.

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