Passing the exam wasn't just a test of my knowledge around the law or procedures. It was as much about knowing how they test, the nuances of the questions and the where they tend to focus the questions. I wouldn't have got that from the books alone. I would not have passed without your study programme.
The National Police Promotion Framework (NPPF) Step 2 Exam has replaced the OSPRE exam which is used by the Police Service of England and Wales to assess police officers to the rank of Sergeant and Inspector. The NPPF Step 2 legal exam is a 150-question multiple-choice legal knowledge check. The Sergeants’ NPPF Step 2 exam usually takes place in March. The Inspectors’ NPPF Step 2 exam usually takes place in October.
IPLDP is the Initial Police Learning and Development Program through which all student officers in England and Wales are trained prior to going out on independent patrol. IPLDP is delivered by each force according to requirements defined by the National Police Improvement Authority (NPIA).
NIE is the National Investigators' Exam for police officers in England and Wales who are interested in moving into CID. The multiple-choice exam is run nationally 4 times a year and candidates must pass the NIE before they can go forward to initial CID training. It represents phase 1 of the Initial Crime Investigators' Development Programme (ICIDP)