Statement from National Police Chiefs' Council lead for Volunteer Police Cadets.
The government has today, Monday 27 March, launched its Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Action Plan.
NPCC Lead for Children and Young Persons, T/DAC Catherine Roper, responds to a report into police officers in schools
Police chiefs warn anyone getting behind the wheel after a drink or two during the world cup and festive parties that they face the prospect of ending up behind bars this festive season.
As condolences and reflections of Simon are shared, we wanted to reflect on his contribution to policing nationally.
Police chiefs warn anyone getting behind the wheel after a festive drink or two that they face the prospect of ending up behind bars this Christmas.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council have partnered with Crisis, the UK’s national homelessness charity, to produce a practical guide on helping people end their rough sleeping without enforcement.
Police in England and Wales have processed a total of 94,368 fixed penalty notices for breaches of Coronavirus restrictions up to 14 March 2021.
An initiative by the National Police Chiefs’ Council Response Policing portfolio to recognise and celebrate the work of response police officers launches today, Monday 15 March.
In the Daily Telegraph today, NPCC Chair Martin Hewitt reflects on how we policed the pandemic in 2020 and how we will police the new lockdown. You can read the full copy from this Op-ed here.
Provisional data from police forces in England and Wales shows police recorded crime is six per cent lower than in the same period as 2019. Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) given to the public for breaches of Coronavirus Regulations are rising as restrictions are reapplied.
The Prime Minister has announced a series of new measures as part of the government’s response to coronavirus.