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ACPO responds to the NSPCC's findings that 64 child sex crimes are recorded by police each day
ACPO responds to a Written Ministerial Statement in which ACPO guidance on police pursuits is issued as a statutory code of practice
ACPO comments on its future funding arrangements
Every chief police officer joined the service at constable rank and places huge value on the complex, difficult, incredible job the police workforce does on behalf of our communities
ACPO president Sir Hugh Orde answers questions from Police Review on the future of policing.
Sir Hugh Orde sent a letter to The Telegraph in response to editorial published on 13th May entitled 'The police should not fear the people's voice'.
Our officers and staff are hugely dedicated, innovative and determinedly focussed on delivering the best service possible to the public we serve
As the senior leaders of the service our position remains that we wish to achieve absolute clarity on how any future system will work
ACPO welcomes the Department for Transport proposals and looks forward to working with partners following this announcement
Sir Hugh Orde sent a joint letter alongside Derek Barnett and Paul McKeever in response to The Times article published on Monday 9 May entitled ‘Police sack hundreds of officers in secret hearings'.
Steps by the government to reduce bureaucratic accountability and ensure that the police can get on with the job of keeping the public safe are welcome