College of Policing Newsletter, issue 7 (July 2014)

Welcome to the seventh edition of our monthly newsletter, designed to keep you up to date with our work and how it will affect you as a policing professional.

​Experiment using mounted police begins to reveal public impact 

Early indications from research show a spike in trust in police.

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Police forensics under the microscope

How does a police officer train to become a forensics specialist?

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UK police chosen by UN to train officers in East Africa

Officers travel to Tanzania to train police in public order ahead of elections in the country.

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Police Code of Ethics laid by Parliament

Code will give everyone the confidence to question colleagues regardless of rank, role or position.

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New cyber crime training is already leading to arrests

Up to 1,000 investigators undergo College cyber crime training in just five months.

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Thousands of BME officers speak out on recruitment

Officers at all ranks, from constable to chief superintendent, give their views.

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Police guidance that will reshape your work

New guidance will cover custody, detention and rape and sexual offences.

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Calling all amateur actors

Do you have experience of acting or amateur dramatics, or have you always wanted to give it a try?

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Person with knowledge and experience of police staff issues sought for unique opportunity.

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