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Messaging for internal force communications channels (embargoed until 12/03/20)
A High Court judge has today rejected a claim that the College’s hate crime guidance is unlawful.
College of Policing statement in response to Home Office announcing an overhaul of the police complaints and discipline process
Marcus Griffiths, head of ethics and professional standards at the College of Policing, said: “The new reforms will benefit policing and the public by ensuring complaints are handled in a reasonable, proportionate and timely manner.
A six-month trial examining the resilience and wellbeing of more than a thousand police officers and staff has culminated in a free online mindfulness package being made available to the service.
College of Policing repsonse to an IOPC report concerning matters related to the Metropolitan Police Service’s Operation Midland and Operation Vincente
People looking to join the police may be asking what the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship is all about.
You can find out here.
As the Government announces plans to recruit 20,000 extra officers, we ask three new police apprentices for advice six months into becoming an officer.
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.