Help shape our priorities by responding to the College survey

Give us your opinions on our major pieces of work

Officers and staff are invited to give their feedback to help shape the priorities of their professional body.

The College of Policing aims to provide policing professionals with the support, skills and knowledge necessary to prevent crime, protect the public and secure public trust.

Members can fill in a survey to express their views on a number of major pieces of work the College is undertaking, including the Police Education Qualifications Framework, the Leadership Review and Direct Entry. In addition, they will have the opportunity to detail what they would like the College to focus on in the future. The results of the survey will be published later this financial year.

While respondents are asked to provide some basic information around their roles or rank, the survey can be filled out completely anonymously.

Head of Membership, Fiona Eldridge, said: "As the professional body for everybody in policing, we want to ensure that the products and work we're producing are relevant to people at all levels and that we are prioritising according to the needs of our members. To help us with this, we're seeking views and opinions from across the service to ensure we understand what matters most to officers and staff.

"Your views are really important to us. The survey shouldn't take longer than 15 minutes to complete and will help us focus our work in the future."

Access the survey. To access the survey through this link, you will need to be signed up to the Police OnLine Knowledge Area (POLKA). Around 50,000 policing professionals already use POLKA – find out how you can join them.

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