College of Policing Digest

The College of Policing Digest is produced monthly by our Legal Services team as an environmental scanning publication.

​​​​​​​​​​​The Digest provides the latest news on matters relating to operational policing practice and criminal justice.

It is an invaluable resource for those responsible for strategic decision-making, operational planning, and police and law enforcement training. It is particularly informative for students and operational officers, as well as those involved in other areas outside of policing or those who have an interest in policing and criminal justice.

Every edition contains summaries of the key developments in police law and practice, including:

  • new legislation, statutory instruments and case law

  • recently published government reports and initiatives

  • latest statistical bulletins.

If you'd like to register and receive Digest updates, please email digestregistration@college.pnn.police.uk with:

  • your full name

  • your organisation/force name

  • your email address.

We sincerely hope that our readers find the Digest informative and useful. We need your help to help us understand if we're on the right track with our publication. Whether you are a new or regular reader, it'd be great if you could spare us less than 2 minutes of your time to complete our reader survey. Your views will help shape what the publication will look like in the future.

This month's edition includes articles on:

  • latest crime outcomes in England and Wales
  • POLFED's win against discriminatory pension regulations
  • the police wellbeing goals statement
  • new sentencing guidelines for intimidatory offences and for robbery

This month's case law includes cases on surveillance under RIPA and consideration of autism spectrum condition characteristics in a joint enterprise murder.

You can contact the editor for more information.

If you have consented to be a Digest subscriber, our privacy notice can be accessed here.

The College of Policing uses cookies to collect and analyse information about the users of this website. We use this information to enhance the content and other services available on the site. By continuing to use our site, you are agreeing for us to set a small number of cookies. You can manage your preferences for Cookies at any time, for more information please see our Cookies Policy.

Close