College news

Review into believing victims at the time of reporting 22 April 2018

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.

£3m for police to tackle violent crime 08 April 2018

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

College bursary scheme reopens for third year 25 March 2018

A scheme that gives police officers and staff across England and Wales financial support towards higher education is reopening today for its third year of applications.

Updated guidance for appointing chief officers 23 March 2018

The most senior officers in policing could be recruited from other law enforcement agencies and some overseas forces under newly published College of Policing guidelines.

Response to HMICFRS Effectiveness report 22 March 2018

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, College of Policing CEO, said: “The report highlights that most forces are effective at keeping people safe and are improving how they identify and respond to the most vulnerable people in their communities.

Weather cancellations at College assessment centres 01 March 2018

We have been monitoring the weather and travel conditions on a constant basis in order to ensure we can run the Fast Track National Assessment Centre.

College signs up to policing, health and social care consensus 07 February 2018

The College of Policing has signed up to Public Health England’s consensus statement ‘Policing, Health and Social Care: working together to protect and prevent harm to vulnerable people’.

Comment on disclosure action plans 26 January 2018

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, CEO at the College of Policing, said: “The role of the police in any investigation is to secure and preserve evidence.

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