Interim report on leadership in policing makes 10 recommendations for change.
We have published a Leadership Review interim report outlining the steps needed to equip future police leaders for a different and challenging future.It looks at leadership operating at all levels (officers and staff) within policing and not just at the highest levels of the structure.It has made recommendations which look at:
We’ve also published a series of research papers looking at leadership and integrity as part of our ongoing work to build the evidence base around what works in policing.
The papers have been used to help inform the development of the leadership review and the Code of Ethics.
The key findings from the studies include:
Read more about the research reports and our work with academic partnersRead more about the interim leadership review
The College welcomes
feedback on the report from inside and outside of policing. This
feedback will be reviewed in order to inform the content of the final report, which will be published in June 2015.
Join the POLKA community discussion (for police officers and staff).Join the Knowledge Hub discussion (for all stakeholders).