College news

New board members appointed 05 August 2018

Three new non-executive directors have been appointed as independent members of the College of Policing’s board.

Response to Justice Committee disclosure report 19 July 2018

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, CEO of the College of Policing, said: “The legitimacy of our criminal justice system relies on it being fair and even-handed. The public rightly expect to see the guilty convicted, but it is equally important to avoid the wrongful conviction of the innocent.

Response to HMICFRS report on hate crime 18 July 2018

Following the publication of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services 'Understanding the difference: the initial police response to hate crime' report the College has published a statement:

New neighbourhood policing guidelines published for public consultation 01 July 2018

A public consultation on evidence-based guidelines for chief officers on how they should deliver, support and develop neighbourhood policing has opened.

Response to State of Policing report 2017 11 June 2018

The College of Policing has today (12 June) responded to HMICFRS’ Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales.

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.

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