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Thousands trained as part of National Disclosure Improvement Plan

More than 75,000 police officers and staff have completed new training on the disclosure, according to figures released today.

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Response to Home Office provisional police funding settlement 2019/20

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, CEO of the College of Policing, the professional body for police, said:

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Response to HMICFRS Policing and Mental Health report 'Picking up the Pieces'

Chief Inspector Michael Brown from the College of Policing, the professional body for police, said:

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New senior leaders hub launched

A new central hub where policing leaders, and potential future leaders, can access information and support for recruitment and professional development has launched today, Monday 19 November.

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New tool to help keep domestic abuse victims safe being tested

A new risk assessment tool designed to help frontline officers and staff keep domestic abuse victims safe is to be tested by five police forces. 

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Response to the Home Affairs Committee report 'Policing for the future'

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, College of Policing CEO, said:

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CEO announces new scheme backing forces innovation

Police forces across England and Wales can now seek the backing of the College of Policing to test innovative ideas in tackling crime under a new scheme.

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Response to the Home Affairs Committee domestic abuse inquiry report

David Tucker, College of Policing lead for Crime and Criminal Justice, said:

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First figures published for dismissals recorded on the Police Barred List

Just over 100 police officers, special constables and staff had to be placed on the new Police Barred List in the first months following its introduction, figures from the College of Policing show.

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Response to number hate crimes recorded by police in England and Wales in 2017/18

David Tucker, College of Policing lead for crime and criminal justice, said:

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Response to Centre for Social Justice report and Channel 4 News item on use of stop and search

Richard Bennett, College of Policing lead for Uniformed Policing, said:

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Views of officers and staff sought to tackle violent crime

Officers and staff are being called on to share their expertise in tackling vulnerability and violent crime which could be shared nationally.