Submit your evidence of great work in neighbourhood policing

We want to hear about your successful projects

​We need officers and staff to help us develop new neighbourhood policing guidelines by sending in examples of good work taking place in their force.

As part of the response to last year's HMIC report into police effectiveness, we are encouraging officers, staff and partner agencies to send us case studies, research evidence and details of best practice around neighbourhood policing.

We are keen to hear from anyone working in this vital area of policing about any innovative projects, training initiatives or local arrangements which have been particularly effective in dealing with a problem or issue in the neighbourhood you cover.

We are also looking for examples of projects which may not have been so successful and how you used that learning to improve or change your approach next time.

The submitted information will be reviewed by an independent committee, which will look at the evidence and make recommendations about what should be included in the new guidelines.

The group is made up of a range of people, including frontline officers and staff, partner agencies and a range of other neighbourhood policing specialists.

The closing date for submissions is 1 September 2017.

To find out more about the project and how to submit case studies and evidence, visit the College website.

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