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Just one in five say officers are ‘highly visible’ in

19 Sep

The number of people who believe police are "highly visible" in their community has fallen by almost half, statistics show.

Pioneering scheme could reduce number of domestic abusers re-offending

12 Sep

A two-session counselling programme for low-level, first time domestic abusers can cut re-offending rates by a third, a groundbreaking experiment

Outgoing chief talks direct entry, police degrees and training overseas

05 Sep

From training police in countries with questionable human rights records to the introduction of direct entry, the College of Policing

Home Secretary says stop and search can be used to

29 Aug

Stop and search powers must be used to "confront" the rise in acid attacks, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said.

Officers’ psychological welfare must be looked after, says Met Commissioner

24 Aug

The psychological welfare of police officers has never been more important with many experiencing some "horrendous situations" in recent months,

Officer who transformed his life shortlisted for prestigious award

22 Aug

An inspirational officer who turned his life around has been shortlisted for a National Diversity Award. PC Ben Forbes, 28,

Damning report into privatised prison probation service

13 Jul

A key part of the government’s “useless” probation privatisation reforms could be scrapped and not impact on the resettlement of

Counter-terror lead’s warning over impact of unprecedented threat

06 Jul

Britain's most senior counter-terror officer has delivered a stark warning to ministers over the impact on forces as they attempt

Questions asked over direct entry chief constable process

06 Jul

The Home Office said no decisions had been taken on direct entry recruitment for chief constables the day before the

Retiring chief who agreed direct entry recruitment is dubious about

06 Jul

The outgoing chief constable of one of the forces looking to take on a direct entry inspector says he remains