Press releases

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College of Policing

New code and guidance for non-crime hate incidents

A new statutory Code of Practice and corresponding Authorised Professional Practice comes into force today for officers responding to reports of non-crime hate incidents.


National police wellbeing survey launches this week

Police officers, staff and volunteers across UK policing again have the chance to give their views on how the service can best support them as the national police wellbeing survey launches this week.


College of Policing rolls out new safety training for officers

New and improved public and personal safety training for police officers has started being rolled out to all forces after successful trials.

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New toolkit supports efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour

A new toolkit from the College of Policing will support police officers and staff to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Andy Marsh

Police vetting rules changed to ensure high standards

Policing will introduce measures to bring national consistency for vetting units and ensure the highest standards are maintained.

College of Policing

Lancashire’s PCC announces independent Nicola Bulley case review

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Andrew Snowden has commissioned the College of Policing to undertake a full independent review.

CC Andy Marsh

National police response to the Hillsborough Families Report

Widespread changes to policing were made public today as national police leaders release their response to the Hillsborough Families Report.