Read and download our evidence-based guidelines, created in collaboration with frontline practitioners, subject matter experts and academics.

  • Working in collaboration with frontline practitioners, subject matter experts and academics, we have developed evidence-based neighbourhood policing guidelines.
  • Published: August 2018
  • These recommendations are designed to improve the accuracy and quantity of information provided by witnesses and victims in their first account to the police.
  • Public consultation is now closed.
  • Are you a police practitioner or a trainer who teaches the skills required to support frontline staff to recognise and respond to vulnerability? If so, share your practice with us and help to inform this work.
  • Closing date for feedback: 24 May
  • There are currently no guidelines open for consultation

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