We are here to improve policing and benefit everyone working to deliver services to the public.
As your College, we want to hear from you.
Whether you are a frontline uniformed officer, a member of police staff, a police volunteer, in academia or a member of the public, we want to know what you think needs to be changed or reviewed.
Our recent consultations on our Strategic Intent and our draft Code of Ethics show how we want to make sure we ask you what you think and use your views to shape the services and products we create.
We have more than 10,000 followers on Twitter, and see social media as an important way to keep up a regular conversation with you.
We also manage the Police Online Knowledge Area (POLKA) - you can join the conversation with other 63,000 policing professionals.
This newsletter will be published every month, and we want to shape it so it is something you want to read.
We will publish letters from the service, stakeholders and the public so your voice is heard by those with a shared interest in the College's work.
If you have a view that you want to share in a future edition of the newsletter, please email us.
Letters can be published anonymously, but the newsletter editor must be confident of your identity before publication. Please include full contact details.
If you would like to comment on any area of the College without publication or entirely anonymously, you can email the same address indicating as such.
Don't just shout from the side-lines - jump in!
This article appears in the January 2014 edition of our newsletter