Operation Calibre, the national police campaign to personal robbery, took place from Saturday 10 December to Saturday 17 December 2022, has seen over 350 arrests made.
The head of UK Football Policing has praised fans who travelled to the World Cup in Qatar for their exemplary behaviour throughout the tournament.
Police chiefs have welcomed today’s constructive meeting with the Prime Minister and Home Secretary to discuss the response to criminal activism involved in some protest movements.
This is the speech delivered by NPCC chair Martin Hewitt at the APCC & NPCC Partnership Summit on Wednesday 9th November 2022. The theme of the Summit was 'Cutting Crime, Building Confidence'.
The National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) and College of Policing have today published a review of themes, learnings and recommendations on police-perpetrated violence against women and girls.
Police chiefs welcome the certainty provided to policing by the multi-year settlement, and will work closely with the Home Office and partners in the run up to the police pay review process
National Police Chiefs' Council Chair, Martin Hewitt, has welcomed the inquiry announced today into the issues raised by the conviction of Sarah Everard's murderer and set out what policing must do to rebuild women's trust.
Police chiefs from across the country met earlier to discuss male violence against women.
The Chair of the National Police Chiefs' Council, Martin Hewitt, has called an emergency Chiefs' Council meeting on Monday 15th March to address the issue of male violence against women.
Officer safety training to be overhauled and every police chief to review the equipment available to the frontline, following the findings of a review and safety survey commissioned by the NPCC and College of Policing last year.