9 pages tagged with Conflict management
Developing the evidence base
Nationally consistent data on the police use of force means there is now scope to build the evidence base on police and public safety.
References quoted in this guidance
A number of research papers have been quoted in this guidance.
Conflict management skills
The skills needed to support the non-physical aspects of conflict management to reduce the risk of officers and staff being assaulted and increase public safety.
Supervisors play an important role supporting officers and staff who have been assaulted. They also need to be aware of any issues that might increase the chance of confrontation, or impact someone's wellbeing.
Introduction to conflict management
What and who these evidence-based guidelines are for. And how they were put together.
Learning the lessons
Using the best available research to identify patterns, understand the risks to safety, identify learning needs and assess training delivery.
New conflict management guidelines released
NPCC and College of Policing pledge to improve officer and staff safety