Today's report by Baroness Casey of Blackstock follows an extensive review into the culture and standards of the Metropolitan Police Service.
In December 2021, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and College of Policing set out priority actions for all police forces in England and Wales to bring consistently high standards to the police response to violence against women and girls.
On International Women’s Day, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) is showcasing the stories of three inspiring women from across the ranks who have brought change to policing in their own unique ways.
The Chair of the National Police Chiefs' Council Martin Hewitt has responded to leaked WhatsApp exchanges from a former health secretary to a senior civil servant in 2020 revealing concerns over enforcement of Covid-19 regulations.
The National Police Chiefs' Council have submitted their evidence to the Police Remuneration Review Body for police officer pay for 2023/24. It calls for a fair pay deal for officers reflecting their unique contribution to society, the limitations on them and the real terms pay cut over the past decade.
David Carrick has been sentenced to life imprisonment and ordered to serve a minimum of 30 years behind bars.
We're aware of an email circulating, posing as NPCC, with a summons to court.
Widespread changes to policing were made public today as national police leaders release their response to the Hillsborough Families Report.
All police officers and staff in England and Wales will be checked against the Police National Database (PND) to identify any intelligence or allegations that need further investigation.
This will help identify anyone who has slipped through the net before vetting standards were toughened and ensure those who are unfit to serve can be rooted out.
Statement issued by the National Police Chiefs' Council Chair regarding guilty pleas from serving Met Police officer, David Carrick
Police officers, staff and volunteers from forces across the country have been recognised in His Majesty The King's first ever New Year’s Honours List.