College of Policing Newsletter, issue 3 (March 2014)

Welcome to the third edition of our new monthly newsletter, designed to keep you up to date with our work that will affect you as a policing professional.

Leaders brief Parliament on the work of the College

The College's impact on policing has become an interest among Parliamentarians.

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Firearms conference hears from Boston bombings police chief

Police firearm units find out the latest lessons learned from Woolwich and the Boston bombings.

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2,000 investigators undergo College training on cyber crime

Investigators are being trained to bring offenders to justice, even if they are based outside the UK.

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In Focus: Programmes start to fast-track officers and introduce direct entry

Our Chief Operating Officer, DCC Rob Beckley, takes us through these new programmes.

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Public protection learning programme launched

Programme looks at 13 core areas including child abuse, honour-based violence and stalking.

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Putting the evidence base into policing

Police forces look at the academic evidence to tackle crime and respond to mental health crisis.

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New police Code of Ethics on its way

The code will be handed over to police forces across England and Wales within a few weeks.

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Why not attend one of our events?

We run conferences and seminars on a variety of policing-related topics, so there's bound to be one of interest to you. 

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Ask us

Your chance to share your opinions on policing.

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