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Chief Inspector Michael Brown from the College of Policing, the professional body for police, said:
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.
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.
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, College of Policing CEO, said:
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.
David Tucker, College of Policing lead for Crime and Criminal Justice, said:
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.
David Tucker, College of Policing lead for crime and criminal justice, said:
Richard Bennett, College of Policing lead for Uniformed Policing, said:
Officers and staff are being called on to share their expertise in tackling vulnerability and violent crime which could be shared nationally.
Chief Constable Gareth Morgan, the national policing lead for media relations, said:
A public consultation on evidence-based guidelines for chief officers on how they should deliver, support and develop neighbourhood policing has opened.