The next 12 months will see new and updated training packages coming into place for officers and police staff in England and Wales.
We'll use this newsletter to update you about what you can expect from us in future. Here's a flavour of what's coming:
For both of these new powers, you will have access to our classroom training and e-learning. The new powers will be embedded in initial training for sergeants, inspectors, investigators and public protection officers.
Have you visited the National Policing Curriculum (NPC) yet?
For the first time, force training teams can now access this online tool which brings together all the most up to date training standards for policing in a single searchable database.
The standards are broken down into 10 key areas of policing, including crime and investigation, leadership and public protection. You can now search the database according to your rank or role to see the relevant training standards to be effective in your role.
We've created a user guide to the database to help you navigate around easily.
Helen Schofield, the College's Head of Learning Strategy says: "Now officers and staff who find themselves involved in a particular case can quickly establish the best practice for dealing with it, while trainers have the best educational framework to educate officers.
"This will not only help police to prevent and detect crime, but it will also help officers to deal with victims by understanding the proven methods for dealing with particular incidents."