College events archive

Our past events.

Workforce Transformation Roundtables 04 April 2017 College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore

FREE event to learn and share knowledge in relation to the Workforce reform strand of the Policing Vision 2025.

Transforming Policing’s Response to Modern Slavery Conference 30 March 2017 Ryton on Dunsmore

The first National Conference for Modern Slavery Transformation Programme will be held on the 30th March at Ryton, College of Policing with inputs from a range of senior policy figures and law enforcement stakeholders.

Vulnerability CPD Conference 16 March 2017 The College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore

Invitation to College of Policing Vulnerability CPD Conference - a chance to develop your understanding of vulnerability alongside colleagues from inside and outside of policing.

Occupational Health Nurse Advisers to the Police Service (OHNAPS) annual training event 01 December 2016 College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore

Managing Change through Wellbeing – are you attending?

Annual conference 2016 – vulnerability 30 November 2016 College of Policing, Sunningdale Park, Larch Avenue, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0QE

If you work with the vulnerable, whether as victims, offenders or witnesses, our conference will help give you essential knowledge to perform your role in the best way possible. A variety of speakers and workshops will enable the sharing of practice and experience to enhance the response to this key aspect of policing.

Police Transformation Roundtables 01 November 2016 College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore

FREE event to learn and share knowledge in relation to the National Policing Vision and Police Reform and Transformation.

Counter Terrorism Security Coordinator – Continual Professional Development 12 October 2016 College of Policing Ryton

The annual event for operational CT SecCos providing 8 hours of CPD

Police Search Advisor (PolSA) CPD 05 October 2016 College of Policing Ryton-on-Dunsmore

Police Search Advisor Annual CPD event at the College of Policing, Ryton

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