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Policing conducts largest ever ceremonial operation

24 Sep 2022

Police across the UK and the commonwealth support the largest ever ceremonial operation for the mourning period of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II.  

Representatives from Civilian Services Contingent to take part in funeral procession for Queen Elizabeth II

15 Sep 2022

Representatives from across the Civilian Services Contingent (CSC) will be taking part in the funeral procession for the late Queen Elizabeth II on Monday.

NPCC statement following police shooting in Lambeth

14 Sep 2022

Following the fatal police shooting in Lambeth, Chief Constable Simon Chesterman, NPCC National Lead for Armed Policing, said:

NPCC update on mutual aid

13 Sep 2022

The National Police Chiefs' Council have provided an update with regards to the national policing operation supporting the funeral of Her Majesty The Queen.

NPCC response to recent protest activity during this time of national mourning

13 Sep 2022

UK police have a long history of facilitating peaceful protest and upholding the right to protest, while balancing it with the rights of others.

NPCC statement on European fixtures this week

13 Sep 2022

Statement from National Police Chiefs' Council Lead for Football Policing, Chief Constable Mark Roberts. 

NPCC joint statement with English footballing authorities on fixtures this weekend

12 Sep 2022

The UK Football Policing Unit and National Police Chiefs' Council have worked closely with the Premier League, English Football League and Football Association to balance the policing requirements following the death of Her Majesty the Queen, daily policing and enabling as many football matches as possible to go ahead as planned.

DCC Maggie Blyth reflects on the police’s fight to tackle violence against women and girls one year on from taking national role

08 Sep 2022

An anniversary is often a good time to reflect, but it feels even more appropriate as a new Government is gearing up and I look ahead to our first assessment of police progress in tackling violence against women and girls (VAWG) later in Autumn.

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