College of Policing Newsletter, issue 5 (May 2014)

Welcome to the fifth 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.

College outlines membership proposal

Commitment to cover the cost of membership for three years.

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Code of Ethics for police is published

Sergeant Michelle Jahangiri talks about the Code of Ethics coming into policing.

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Boost for police skills to tackle cyber crime

Cyber crime is no longer to be a specialism in policing.

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In focus: @MentalHealthCop

Straight-talking Michael Brown reveals what officers want on the front line.

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Mental ill-health training reviewed

With one in six people struggling with mental health issues, officers must get the right training.

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Sergeants' OSPRE® Part I examination results

The number of officers passing exams to get promoted decreases.

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New lessons to support victims of the most serious crimes

Decisions made by police officers have a "huge impact" on the welfare of victims.

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New hate crime guidance published

The dedication of police and Stephen Lawrence's family has improved the policing of hate crime.

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Police consulted over changes to bail
College seeks your view on how to govern the police service's use of pre-charge bail.

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