College news

Policing hate crime guidance ruled to be lawful 14 February 2020

A High Court judge has today rejected a claim that the College’s hate crime guidance is unlawful.

Superintendents’ Association President appointed to College Board 12 February 2020

The current President of the Police Superintendents’ Association, an experienced serving police officer, has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director on the College of Policing Board.

Police officers and staff are invited to share ideas on Knowledge Hub 31 January 2020

Police officers, staff and volunteers are being invited to sign-up to a national website where they will be able to share ideas and work with colleagues from forces and policing partners across England and Wales.

Advice and guidance issued to help keep stalking victims safe 21 January 2020

Frontline officers and staff can access advice and guidance from the College of Policing on using new police powers to help make victims of stalking safer.

College of Policing chair to step down 16 January 2020

College of Policing Chair, Millie Banerjee CBE, has offered her resignation from her position at the College to take up a new role with the NHS.

New Code of Practice on Armed Policing published 14 January 2020

A new code which sets out the roles and responsibilities for police officers in relation to armed policing and the use of less lethal weapons, such as Taser, was given the authority of Parliament today.

Knife crime briefing 06 January 2020

We have published a rounded picture of knife crime for policing.

Legal challenge around training for new officers rejected 05 December 2019

The College has been involved in ongoing legal proceedings after a challenge by Lincolnshire Police regarding our work to update the existing training for new officers joining policing.

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