College of Policing Newsletter, issue 9 (September 2014)

Welcome to the ninth 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.

Changes to anti-social behaviour laws

19 powers to deal with anti-social behaviour will be reduced to six from October.

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In Focus: Stop and search

Inspector Nick Glynn talks from personal experience of being stopped and searched many times over his 29-year career.

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Future police leaders wanted

Fast Track constable to inspector programme opens to serving police constables.

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New guidance for police community support officers

PCSOs to benefit from new handbook to be published by December.

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Police support #peaceoneday to raise awareness about domestic abuse

Almost half of forces sign up to a nationalcampaign to tackle domestic abuse.

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New guidance on financial investigation now available

Authorised Professional Practice module for financial investigation is now live.

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Officers at NATO Summit get College training

Officers and police staff get tactical training for world leaders' summit.

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Have your say on College membership

Online survey seeks views of officers and staff on membership proposals.

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Have your say on new police guidance

Your chance to shape new guidance for policing.

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