College news

Launch of National Police Wellbeing Service 30 April 2019

A ground-breaking National Police Wellbeing Service aimed at improving mental and physical health support for officers and staff is launching today (April 30).

Knife crime briefing 27 April 2019

Today we published a rounded picture of knife crime for policing

Officers and staff recognised for their everyday excellence and professionalism 29 March 2019

Seven officers and staff from across policing who have demonstrated everyday professionalism in their roles have today (28 March 2019) been recognised by the College of Policing.

Launch of the college bursary scheme for 2019 14 March 2019

Today (14 March 2019), the College is launching the fourth year of its bursary scheme, which gives police officers and staff across England and Wales the opportunity to apply for financial support towards their higher education.

Project launched to help parents and carers return to policing 05 March 2019

Police officers and police staff investigators who have left the force to start a family, or care for a relative or a friend, will be able to return to permanent jobs through a new project launched today by Minister for Women and Equalities Penny Mordaunt.

Recognition of Prior Experience & Learning (RPL) awareness events 04 March 2019

Awareness Event on Recognition of Prior Experience & Learning (RPL)

Consultation opened on guidelines for conflict management 27 February 2019

Officers and staff are being asked to give their feedback on new evidence-based guidelines for conflict management using de-escalation, communication and negotiation.

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