Rachel Tuffin, director at the College of Policing, said: “While it is encouraging that some trends continue downwards, it is concerning to see early statistics in fraud and computer misuse suggesting the volume could almost equal the number of all other incidents, given the impact for victims and policing.
Rachel Tuffin, director at the College of Policing, said: “The disclosure of unused material is an important part of the criminal justice process which seeks to achieve justice for victims and a fair trial for defendants.
Rachel Tuffin, director at the College of Policing, said: “Policing is becoming ever more complex and the nature of the work done by officers and staff is changing.
David Tucker, crime and criminal justice lead for the College of Policing, said: “We know that stalking and harassment can have a detrimental impact on someone’s life so we have introduced training for all new police recruits and existing officers.
The College has today (Tuesday, 4 July) published new guidance on how police officers and staff should manage the events that follow an armed policing incident which leads to a death or serious injury.
A senior police officer has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his outstanding contribution to evidence-based policing after being nominated by the College of Policing.
Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Morgan, the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for media relations