College news

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.

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.

Deputy Chief Constable joins the College on secondment 11 February 2019

Cheshire’s Deputy Chief Constable Janette McCormick has joined the College of Policing as a seconded Senior Police Advisor, taking over from DCC Simon Nickless, who joined Northamptonshire Police earlier this month.

Action Counters Terrorism: Report suspicious activity and behaviour to tackle terrorism 23 January 2019

The College of Policing urges the public to help the police tackle terrorism and save lives by reporting suspicious behaviour and activity.

Thousands of officers and staff complete training on disclosure 20 December 2018

More than 75,000 police officers and staff have completed new training on the disclosure, according to figures released today.

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