Press releases

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College of Policing

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:

College of Policing

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.

College of Policing

Statement following judgement in the Sir Cliff Richard case against the BBC

Chief Constable Gareth Morgan, the national policing lead for media relations, said:

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New neighbourhood policing guidelines published for public consultation

A public consultation on evidence-based guidelines for chief officers on how they should deliver, support and develop neighbourhood policing has opened.

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Police orchestra wins Queen's Award For Voluntary Service

  • Press release issued on behalf of the British Police Symphony Orchestra.
College of Policing

Response to the government consultation on police pursuit of suspects

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

College of Policing

Review into believing victims at the time of reporting (Henriques recommendations)

The College of Policing is continuing to gather views from a number of organisations to ensure there is a clear agreed position on belief across policing before a final decision on the review's recommendations is taken.

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£3m for police to tackle violent crime

Police have been awarded £3m to identify what works to reduce serious violence including knife and gang crime.

College of Policing

Response to HMICFRS effectiveness report

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

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Statement on of launch of disclosure action plan

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

College of Policing

New legislation creates a Police Barred List for officers dismissed for gross-misconduct

For the first time, officers dismissed for gross-misconduct will have this information placed on a publically searchable database, as new rules under the Police and Crime Act 2017 come into force.