PNC Manager


This course aims to explore aspects of the role of PNC Managers in order to help people undertake the role effectively. ​

Who should attend

​All staff with supervisory/line management responsibility for PNC Operators, those with responsibility for PNC data standards, and those who want an in-depth overview of the application.


​To enable delegates to explore relevant aspects of legislation and current practice relating to the core functionality of the Police National Computer as a management, operational support and investigative tool. Particular emphasis is placed on the security and management of PNC data with their organisation. 


​At the e​​nd of the course a delegate will be able to:

  • Give a basic explan​​ation of the PNC system functionality in relation to their individual roles as system supervisors or managers

  • Explain the current legislation affects the role of a PNC Manager

  • Explain the rel​ationship between police organisations, the College of Policing and the regional and national PNC groups

  • Explain the audit and analysis procedures that can be used in relation to local quality assurance

  • Explain the audit an​​d analysis procedures that can be used in relation to HMIC monitoring

  • Explain how the develo​pment of new national and European police computer systems affects the role of a PNC Manager

Course modules



Entry requirements

​It is not  recommended to send a delegate with no knowledge of PNC and its uses.

Course Dates and Venues

Start dateEnd dateVenuePlaces
02/12/201904/12/2019RytonPlease email
02/03/202004/03/2020RytonPlease email
08/06/202010/06/2020RytonPlease email
21/09/202023/09/2020RytonPlease email
14/12/202016/12/2020RytonPlease email
15/03/202117/03/2021RytonPlease email

Course duration

​Three ​​days.

Courses are held at custom​er sites and at Ryton.

Methods of delivery

​Classroom based delivery, supported by student notes.

Additional information

​Lin​ked to all parts of the PNC application.

Qualification and accreditation for all courses run can be acquired through Accreditation of Prior Experience and Learning (APEL). Please call for details.

Course fees do not include accommodation for students. There is  accommodation available at the Ryton site, and accommodation is also available in the local area. 

Course Booking Form



Cost to HO forces


£511.00 Tuition fee (Prices are valid 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020) £525.50 Tuition fee (Prices are valid from 1 Oct 2019 for courses from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021)

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