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Journalists and columnists can use the College’s Crime Reduction Toolkit to see the available research on reducing crime.
Many recruits will undergo new training that is fit for 21st century policing and include key areas such as digital policing and personal protection.
New training on police disclosure has been completed by more than 100,000 officers and staff
A public consultation has been launched to give people a chance to have their say on proposed updates to College of Policing stop and search guidance.
The College of Policing has written to the Home Office to request further clarity in the rules that govern the recording of crime.
DCC Janette McCormick, director for policing standards at the College of Policing, said: “Today’s report highlights the importance of identifying vulnerable adults at the early stages of investigations, to ensure victims are protected and have the right support throughout any court process.
Police officers and staff deserve greater investment in wellbeing support, training and development, according to the College of Policing.
Ethnicity is not significantly associated with weapon carrying in the UK and the most effective approach for tackling knife crime is a multi-agency one, the College of Policing said today.
Seven officers and staff from across policing who have demonstrated everyday professionalism in their roles have today (28 March 2019) been recognised by the College of Policing.
Police officers and police staff investigators who have left the force to start a family, or care for a relative or a friend, will be able to return to permanent jobs through a new project launched today by Minister for Women and Equalities Penny Mordaunt.
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, College of Policing CEO, said: