Changes to the National Police Library to benefit officers

Find out what the library can offer you to help in your role

​New services will be introduced to the National Police Library including an out-of-hours service for people attending courses at the College of Policing.

Changes to the most comprehensive police library in England and Wales include the out-of-hours service for students at our base in Ryton, Coventry, and new areas for officers and staff so that they can study and be supported by College library staff.

Serving officers and staff can register for free membership to borrow material, access online services or visit the site in person by completing a short form.

The library will move from its current home in Sunningdale, Berkshire, on 14 October and reopen at its new home in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry, in December.

Book loans will be extended from 9 September and members should return them to the new site from January 2017.

Visits to the library and access to printed materials will not be possible during November and will resume from the start of December.

There will be no interruption to eResources services and a limited reference enquiries service will be available throughout the relocation.

You can find out what the library can offer you by visiting our website.

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