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.
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.
Police chiefs have reaffirmed their determination to ensure an anti-racist police service after 1,600 Black and Black heritage officers and staff across 44 forces gave their views on what it’s like to be a Black person in policing.
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.
Update includes tougher sanctions for officers who damage confidence in the police and new section on violence against women and girls.
Police officers, staff and volunteers from forces across the country have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Deputy Chief Constable Tyron Joyce has written an open letter to all police chiefs on the importance of the Police Race Action Plan, why it must succeed, and why he applied for the role of Programme Director.
The Government has announced that further targeted daily contact testing is being rolled out in England to front line emergency service workers, including those in policing.
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.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has today published its interim advice for phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.