Protecting Vulnerable People

This category is primarily concerned with the protection of vulnerable and at-risk individuals, who have become (or are at risk of becoming) victims of crime. This also encompasses the care and welfare of those detained in custody, dealing with individuals who suffer from mental ill-health and the management of sexual and violent offenders.

This category includes learning for the following areas:

  • Mental Ill Health
  • Offences against Children
  • Public Protection
  • Tackling Intimidation

The learning standards, together with associated learning materials including e-learning, are accessible to registered users of the College Managed Learning Environment (MLE).

National learning standards are aligned to Authorised Professional Practice (APP) , the College Competency and Values Framework (CVF), and the Policing Professional Profiles.

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