College news

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.

Blog: Listening to the Canaries 18 December 2017

Interim CEO Rachel Tuffin has written a response to a recent blog by Nathan Constable where he asked a number of questions about the College's standing in policing and connection with frontline officers and staff. You can read her response below:

Blog - Barred and Advisory Lists: What they mean for everyone in policing 15 December 2017

Superintendent Jackie Alexander, the College of Policing Standards Manager for Professional Development & Integrity, explains how the new Barred and Advisory Lists will affect everyone in policing.

Conference held to showcase successful collaborations between police and academia 28 November 2017

A special showcase event was held yesterday (Monday, 27 November) to mark the successful completion of a £10m collaboration to support closer working between police and academia.

College work recognised at European public sector awards 22 November 2017

Following a ceremony in Maastricht in the Netherlands, the College of Policing is the now the proud recipient of two Best Practice Certificates from the European Public Sector Awards (EPSA) 2017.

New Chair for the College announced 15 November 2017

Millie Banerjee CBE was today announced as the new professional body chair

New CEO announced 07 November 2017

A former chief constable with extensive experience across policing was today announced as the new Chief Executive Officer of the College of Policing.

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