REVIEW units 5-6
1. Match the word/phrase to its definition.
2. Do the quiz.
1. A breach of any of the requirements of PACE or the Codes of Practice means that evidence obtained as a result of the breach will always be inadmissible in any subsequent criminal proceedings.
2. A _______ is a document issued by the magistrates' court requiring the police to arrest someone.
3. PC Smith sees a man climbing into a house through a broken window. PC Smith suspects that the man is burgling the house and wishes to arrest him. Which of the following definitely would not on its own give PC Smith the power to arrest the man under s.24 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984?
a) PC Smith asks the suspect his name and the suspect replies «Mickey Mouse!»
b) PC Smith is aware that if charged and convicted of burglary, the suspect is likely to receive a prison sentence.
c) Upon seeing PC Smith, the suspect begins to run away.
d) Upon seeing PC Smith, the suspect says «I know it was John who called the police. I’m going to go straight round to his house and stab him for grassing me up!»
4. The warning that must be given to a person upon arrest and before he is questioned about an offence is called a _______.
5. A suspect can usually only be questioned about an offence at a police station or other authorised place of detention.
A police officer always requires a warrant to enter and search premises.
6. A person who attends a police station voluntarily has the same status as an arrested person and may not leave the police station without permission.
7. The _______ _______ is responsible for overseeing the detention of a suspect in the police station.
8. Which of the following is not a right that a detainee normally has whilst in police custody?
a) The right to consult a solicitor.
b) The right to be transferred to a police station of his choosing.
c) The right to have someone notified of his whereabouts.
d) The right to three meals within every 24 hour period.
9. A statement that is wholly or partly adverse to its maker is called a __________.
10. Where the defence contend that a confession is inadmissible under s.76 PACE, it is for the defence to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the confession was obtained by oppression or as a consequence of something said or done that, in the circumstances, rendered it unreliable
11. In the Crown Court, disputes about the admissibility of a confession will be decided in the absence of the jury during a hearing known as a ____ ____.
12. When must the first review of a person's detention take place?
a) No later than 6 hours after detention was first authorised.
b) No later than 9 hours after detention was first authorised.
c) No later than 24 hours after detention was first authorised.
d) No later than 36 hours after detention was first authorised.
You are going to watch 1. Fill in the missing information after watching the video.talking
Have you ever noticed when you _________ someone to talk about a change they're making for the better in their personal lives, they're often really energetic? Whether it's training for a marathon, picking up an old hobby, or learning a new skill, for most people, self-transformation _________ occupy a very positive emotional space.
Self-transformation is empowering, energizing, even exhilarating. I mean just take a look at some of the titles of self-help books: «Awaken the Giant Within», «Practicing the Power of Now», or here's a great one we can all relate to, «You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting _________ Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life».
When it comes to self-transformation, you can't help but get a sense of the excitement. But there's another type of transformation that occupies a very different emotional space. The transformation of organizations. If you're like most people, when you hear the words «Our organization is _________ to start a transformation», you're thinking, «Uh-oh».
«Layoffs». The _________ drains from your face, your mind goes into overdrive, frantically searching for some place to run and hide.
Well, you can run, but you really can't hide. Most of us spend the _________ of our waking hours involved in organizations. And due to changes in globalization, changes due to advances in technology and other factors, the reality is our organizations are _________ having to adapt. In fact, I call this the era of «always-on» transformation.
When I shared this _________ with my wife Nicola, she said, «Always-on transformation? That sounds exhausting». And that may be exactly what you're thinking -– and you would be right. Particularly if _________ continue to approach the transformation of organizations the way we always have been.
But because we can't hide, we need to sort out two things. First, why is transformation so _________? And second, how do we fix it?
First of all, let's acknowledge that change is hard. People naturally resist _________, especially when it's imposed on them. But there are things that organizations do that make change even harder and more exhausting for people than it needs to be. First of _________, leaders often wait too long to act. As a result, everything is happening in crisis mode. Which, _________ course, tends to be exhausting. Or, given the urgency, what they'll do is they'll just focus on the short-term results, but that doesn't give any hope for the future. Or they'll just take a superficial, one-off approach, hoping that they can return back to business as usual as soon as the crisis is over.
This kind of approach is _________ of the way some students approach preparing for standardized tests. In order to get test scores to go up, teachers will end up teaching to the test. Now, that approach can work; test results often do _________ up. But it fails the fundamental goal of education: to prepare students to succeed over the long term.
So given these obstacles, what can we do to transform the way we transform organizations so _________ than being exhausting, it's actually empowering and energizing? To do that, we need to focus on five strategic imperatives, all of which have one thing in common: putting people first.
The first imperative for putting people first is to inspire _________ purpose. Most transformations have financial and operational goals. These are important and they can be energizing to _________, but they tend not to be very motivating to most people in the organization. To motivate more broadly, the transformation needs to connect with a deeper _________ of purpose.
2. After watching the video say in what context the following words and phrases were mentioned.
· take LEGO
· the North Star
· many transformations are nothing more than head-count cutting exercises
· layoffs under the guise of transformation
· losing weight alone will not get you across the finish line with a winning time
· investments to develop the leadership and the talent
· a global software company
· enable its people to take that transformation
· customer satisfaction with the new service
· the collaborative behaviors
· seamless customer experience
· Chronos employees actually felt energized
3. Say if these statements are true or false.
1. In the era of «always-on» transformation, change is a constant.
2. When Satya Nadella became the CEO of Microsoft in February 2014.
3. Microsoft's culture at the time was one of silos and internal competition – not exactly conducive to learning.
4. Microsoft employees already noticed this shift in the culture – clear evidence of Microsoft putting people first.
5. Steve Kerr, is an inclusive leader.
6. When Kerr came to the Warriors in 2014, the Warriors were looking for a major transformation.